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If It Were Not for Pride, Liberation Would Be Attained Right Here(...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

Through the grace of the Gnani via Akram Vignan, we have all attained the path of progress, but we will study, in brief, Dadashri’s speech about one cause that obstructs us on the path of Moksha, the inner enemy (kashay) of pride. While explaining the nature of pride, Dadashri says, “The extensive form of the ego is pride.” The characteristics of a person with pride are that: [One is preoccupied with] From where can I get respect? How can I avoid getting insulted? There ...

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If It Were Not for Pride, Liberation Would Be Attained Right Here(...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

Through the grace of the Gnani via Akram Vignan, we have all attained the path of progress, but we will study, in brief, Dadashri’s speech about one cause that obstructs us on the path of Moksha, the inner enemy (kashay) of pride. While explaining the nature of pride, Dadashri says, “The extensive form of the ego is pride.” The characteristics of a person with pride are that: [One is preoccupied with] From where can I get respect? How can I avoid getting insulted? There ...

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If It Were Not for Pride, Liberation Would Be Attained Right Here(...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

Through the grace of the Gnani via Akram Vignan, we have all attained the path of progress, but we will study, in brief, Dadashri’s speech about one cause that obstructs us on the path of Moksha, the inner enemy (kashay) of pride. While explaining the nature of pride, Dadashri says, “The extensive form of the ego is pride.” The characteristics of a person with pride are that: [One is preoccupied with] From where can I get respect? How can I avoid getting insulted? There ...

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The Essence Of All Religion (In Oriya)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

Those seeking to lead a spiritual life inevitably face challenges in their pursuit of spirituality and practice. As spiritual development progresses, facing one’s faults, failures, and unintentional mistakes become disconcerting – even for the most sincere seeker. One may then ask, “What are the benefits of the different types of religion? From the many religions of the world, which practices will accelerate my spiritual growth? In actuality, how to live exactly?” ...

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The Molding of the Ego in the Incomprehensible Planning of Nature ...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

The world is without a beginning or an end. In it, embodied souls are continuously evolving. This path of evolution for the embodied souls can be divided into three parts. The first is avyavahaar rashi, in which the ‘goods’ remain in stock and evolution does not take place. The second is vyavahaar rashi, in which the embodied soul breaks out from the stock and begins evolving in worldly interaction, and third is Siddha Kshetra! In the process of evolution, the embodied s...

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The Molding of the Ego in the Incomprehensible Planning of Nature ...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

The world is without a beginning or an end. In it, embodied souls are continuously evolving. This path of evolution for the embodied souls can be divided into three parts. The first is avyavahaar rashi, in which the ‘goods’ remain in stock and evolution does not take place. The second is vyavahaar rashi, in which the embodied soul breaks out from the stock and begins evolving in worldly interaction, and third is Siddha Kshetra! In the process of evolution, the embodied s...

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The Science Of Money (In Punjabi)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

Money has its own importance in our life. The world considers money and wealth as one of the most important thing in life. People have more love for money because it is needed in everything they do. That is why there is fight all around the world to get more money, by ethical or unethical means. People have been bothered by the uneven distribution of money and wealth. In this dangerous era of Kaliyug, it is very difficult to remain ethical and honest in matters of money....

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Paap Punya (In Punjabi)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

The concept of paap (demerit karma) ) - punya (merit karma) has been discussed at length by Gnani Purush (the enlightened one) Param Pujya Dadashri in this book. Dadashri has described the concept of ‘paap-punya’ in simple words as giving happiness to others we incur punya and giving trouble anyone, hurting anyone by our words, deeds or behaviour, we incur paap. However, if we do pratikraman (whole hearted repentance) we can get rid of paap and bind punya. What is the...

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Who is the Doer? (In Punjabi)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

Since times infinite, humans have been trying to know the reality of this world, but they haven’t yet known the truth. What actually has to be known is that Who am I, Who runs this world, and Who created this world. Usually, if something good happens then one takes the doer ship, whereas if something bad happens then one starts to blame God or his own unfavorable stars. All these are wrong beliefs. God is not prejudiced that he will make you suffer. Who runs the world...

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Aptavani -14 Bhaag 2 (In Hindi)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

The book presented here reveals the properties of the Self and identifies the problems because of which we are unable to realize the Self. The book is divided into two subparts: Part 2 This part discusses the six elements (soul, matter, gatisahayak, sthitisahayak ,kaal and akash) in details and how the whole world is a combination of these elements, and explains the characteristics of matter, property and paryay of soul. “I am Chandu” is the cause of life and “I am soul” gives liberation.

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Guru and Disciple (In Portuguese)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

Among the myriad of relationships in life, the one between a Guru and disciple is most sacred and unique. In the book “Guru and Disciple”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan provides insight into the nature of the Guru-disciple relationship and offers in-depth answers to questions like: “What are definitions of Guru, and disciple? How is a Guru necessary in spiritual transformation?” “How does a spiritual Guru differ from a spiritual teache...

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Science Of Speech (In Portuguese)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

Those seeking to lead a spiritual life may naturally become inspired to live in peace and non violence. To learn spiritual practices to develop these values, one may turn to spiritual teachers, and to variety of religion. But beginning to cultivate spiritual awareness is not always as simple as it seems – especially in family / unhealthy relationships, or while dealing with difficult people. Daily interactions such as these may feel like the very definition of conflic...

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Pure Love (In Portuguese)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai

For those wondering how to lead a spiritual life, Pure Love emerges as an essential value. Naturally one begins inquiring into the ultimate meaning of love, true love, and unconditional love. Other questions may also arise, such as: To cultivate unconditional love, is forgiveness required? If so, how can I learn to practice forgiveness prayer? In the context of unconditional love, what is marriage? Can a husband and wife relationship transform into living for lo...

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Syadvaad-Anekant (Hindi Dadavani Aug-2021)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai, Editor

While giving the special understanding of the word syadvaad, absolutely revered Dadashri [Dada Bhagwan] says that syadvaad means to not prove anyone’s viewpoint as wrong. It is to accept every standard, every degree, every religion. Absolutely detached means syadvaad and anekant. Anekant means it is not insistent, it is speech that is free of insistence. To accept all viewpoints is the all-encompassing, absolutely detached religion (anekant vitaraag dharma). In the curre...

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Syadvaad-Anekant (Guj. Dadavani Aug-2021)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

While giving the special understanding of the word syadvaad, absolutely revered Dadashri [Dada Bhagwan] says that syadvaad means to not prove anyone’s viewpoint as wrong. It is to accept every standard, every degree, every religion. Absolutely detached means syadvaad and anekant. Anekant means it is not insistent, it is speech that is free of insistence. To accept all viewpoints is the all-encompassing, absolutely detached religion (anekant vitaraag dharma). In the curre...

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Syadvaad-Anekant (Eng. Dadavani Aug-2021)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

While giving the special understanding of the word syadvaad, absolutely revered Dadashri [Dada Bhagwan] says that syadvaad means to not prove anyone’s viewpoint as wrong. It is to accept every standard, every degree, every religion. Absolutely detached means syadvaad and anekant. Anekant means it is not insistent, it is speech that is free of insistence. To accept all viewpoints is the all-encompassing, absolutely detached religion (anekant vitaraag dharma). In the curre...

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At the Time of Death, Mahatmas Are Definitely in the State of Sama...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

After attaining Gnan (Knowledge of the Self), there is the jagruti that ‘I am the Self that is separate from this body,’ yet during the final moments of life, many questions arise, such as, what kind of thoughts will arise during the time of death? What life-form will my Soul attain? At the time of pain during death, what will my final state be like? Will I be able to remain in the pure Soul or not? etc. In the current edition, Dadashri says with utmost compassion that f...

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At the Time of Death, Mahatmas Are Definitely in the State of Sama...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

After attaining Gnan (Knowledge of the Self), there is the jagruti that ‘I am the Self that is separate from this body,’ yet during the final moments of life, many questions arise, such as, what kind of thoughts will arise during the time of death? What life-form will my Soul attain? At the time of pain during death, what will my final state be like? Will I be able to remain in the pure Soul or not? etc. In the current edition, Dadashri says with utmost compassion that f...

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At the Time of Death, Mahatmas Are Definitely in the State of Sama...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

After attaining Gnan (Knowledge of the Self), there is the jagruti that ‘I am the Self that is separate from this body,’ yet during the final moments of life, many questions arise, such as, what kind of thoughts will arise during the time of death? What life-form will my Soul attain? At the time of pain during death, what will my final state be like? Will I be able to remain in the pure Soul or not? etc. In the current edition, Dadashri says with utmost compassion that f...

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Understanding the Real Form of the Self, Through the Example of th...

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

Through the Knowledge of separation of Akram Vignan imparted by Gnani Purush Dada Bhagwan, the conviction of the original Self sets in for all of us. Now, by following the fi ve Agnas, the awakened awareness increases, and through the awakened awareness, the five Agnas can be followed. However, in order to come into the pure applied awareness as the Self (shuddha upayog), it is necessary to worship the properties (guna), inherent nature (Swabhaav), and Real form (Swaroop...

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