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Whatever Has Happened Is Justice (Oriya)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

There are times in life when we must endure suffering due to no fault on our part – or so it seems. Life circumstances can appear terribly unjust. Naturally we question, “Why me? Am I wrong? It’s not my fault!, Why do bad things happen to good people?” Added to the many problems in everyday life, these situations can feel like the very definition of suffering. We may conclude that there is no God, question how to get inner peace, and how to live through such trying ci...

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Whatever Has Happened Is Justice (Portuguese)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

There are times in life when we must endure suffering due to no fault on our part – or so it seems. Life circumstances can appear terribly unjust. Naturally we question, “Why me? Am I wrong? It’s not my fault!, Why do bad things happen to good people?” Added to the many problems in everyday life, these situations can feel like the very definition of suffering. We may conclude that there is no God, question how to get inner peace, and how to live through such trying ci...

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Whatever Has Happened Is Justice (Portuguese)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

There are times in life when we must endure suffering due to no fault on our part – or so it seems. Life circumstances can appear terribly unjust. Naturally we question, “Why me? Am I wrong? It’s not my fault!, Why do bad things happen to good people?” Added to the many problems in everyday life, these situations can feel like the very definition of suffering. We may conclude that there is no God, question how to get inner peace, and how to live through such trying ci...

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Aptavani-13 (U) (Hindi)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

The essence of all scriptures, all spiritual discourses and spiritual activities is one and the same and that is to get the ‘awareness and the knowledge of Self’. The ‘main Self’ is shuddha (verily pure), but one has the wrong belief of “who am I”? This wrong belief of I am Chandu (reader should use his name) has given rise to the prakruti (nature and characteristics of a person). Published in this book are the discussions of Param Pujya Dadashri (master of spiritual ...

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To Do As the Mind Dictates… (Hindi Dadavani January-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Upon attaining Gnan (Knowledge of Self) from absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, when bliss of the Self is experienced, it is understood that this worldly life is trap. Based on Gnan, the goal for rest of one’s life becomes decided, ‘I want to practice  pure  brahmacharya in this body & be an instrument in absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan's mission of salvation. After the firm  resolve of practicing brahmacharya takes place,  who weakens this resolve? There is illusory attac...

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To Do As the Mind Dictates… (Guj. Dadavani January-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Upon attaining Gnan (Knowledge of Self) from absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, when bliss of the Self is experienced, it is understood that this worldly life is trap. Based on Gnan, the goal for rest of one’s life becomes decided, ‘I want to practice  pure  brahmacharya in this body & be an instrument in absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan's mission of salvation. After the firm  resolve of practicing brahmacharya takes place,  who weakens this resolve? There is illusory attac...

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To Do As the Mind Dictates… (Eng. Dadavani January-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Upon attaining Gnan (Knowledge of Self) from absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, when bliss of the Self is experienced, it is understood that this worldly life is trap. Based on Gnan, the goal for rest of one’s life becomes decided, ‘I want to practice  pure  brahmacharya in this body & be an instrument in absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan's mission of salvation. After the firm  resolve of practicing brahmacharya takes place,  who weakens this resolve? There is illusory attac...

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The Siddha Stuti Is for Attaining the Absolute (Hindi Dadavani D...

By: Dada Bhagwan

With the grace of absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, followers have assuredly attained Self-realization. However, followers have attained this knowledge without discharging their karma, therefore the Self has not yet come into complete experience. If the Self is known & experienced completely then One himself is indeed God. In the middle portion of the Nischay-Vyavahar Charan Vidhi, the Vidhi for the Real and the relative, the Gnan sentences that contain ‘...

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The Siddha Stuti Is for Attaining the Absolute (Guj. Dadavani De...

By: Dada Bhagwan

With the grace of absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, followers have assuredly attained Self-realization. However, followers have attained this knowledge without discharging their karma, therefore the Self has not yet come into complete experience. If the Self is known & experienced completely then One himself is indeed God. In the middle portion of the Nischay-Vyavahar Charan Vidhi, the Vidhi for the Real and the relative, the Gnan sentences that contain ‘...

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The Siddha Stuti Is for Attaining the Absolute (Eng. Dadavani De...

By: Dada Bhagwan

With the grace of absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, followers have assuredly attained Self-realization. However, followers have attained this knowledge without discharging their karma, therefore the Self has not yet come into complete experience. If the Self is known & experienced completely then One himself is indeed God. In the middle portion of the Nischay-Vyavahar Charan Vidhi, the Vidhi for the Real and the relative, the Gnan sentences that contain ‘...

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I Think I'd Better Think It Out Again

By: Brian E. R. Limmer

I-think-i'd-better-think-it-out-again is a revisiting of of my arrogant and dogmatic youth in the light of mellowing ageing. It is 'a turning out of clutter in my shed'- a review of all the things I stored away in my Theology degree. It is based on a relationship with a creator God which began in my young days and has continued through the mellowing years of insight. Coming from a lifelong engineering bias, it is what I call an engineering review of the situation...

If I were to ask you to define the term god, I suspect any number of people might put this book straight back on the shelf. The clever Darwinian might answer, 'There is no such thing as a god and therefore it cannot be defined'. The equally clever philosopher might readily explain, 'If we could understand god enough to define him we would be better than him and he would cease to be god'. The theologian, presupposing the existence of a god might argue 'We can observe s...

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A Plea for the Oppressed

By: Lucy Stanton

Article from The Oberlin Evangelist, December 16, 1840 Issue.

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The Divine codes- issue 4th : An Untimely Journal of Timely Matter...

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor

A free e-magazine on spirituality, jyotisa, nadi jyotisa, gems, vastu, divine subjects, mundane astrology, palmistry, yoga, Ayurveda and all oriental subjects. This is the third issue of our magazine.

THE TREASURE There are six underground vaults below this temple and four of them are opened occasionally for maintaining rituals and for taking our precious objects meant for rituals. Among the six kallaras or chambers in the Temple, Bharatakkon Kallara (Chamber B) is very closely associated with Sri Padmanabhaswamy. It is not a part of the Temple Treasury. The holy Chamber houses a Srichakram, an idol of Sri Padmanabha and many valuables meant to enhance the potency ...

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Absolute Humility (Hindi Dadavani Nov-2017)

By: Dada Bhagwan

The entire path of the Vitaraags is of that humility (vinay). Here on Akram path, to attain Knowledge that leads to liberation,only absolute humility (param vinay) is needed. Param vinay is a state free of ego. While explaining param vinay in simple everyday language, all the way to the deep, elemental meaning absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan says, “Param vinay is when no one feels hurt by us to the slightest extent.” While explaining steadf...

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Absolute Humility (Guj. Dadavani Nov-2017)

By: Dada Bhagwan

The entire path of the Vitaraags is of that humility (vinay). Here on Akram path, to attain Knowledge that leads to liberation,only absolute humility (param vinay) is needed. Param vinay is a state free of ego. While explaining param vinay in simple everyday language, all the way to the deep, elemental meaning absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan says, “Param vinay is when no one feels hurt by us to the slightest extent.” While explaining steadf...

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The Book of Enoch : Modern English Version - MEV

By: Christopher Coutant; Enoch

A lost book of the Bible.

The Book of Enoch Chapter 1 – Enoch’s Blessings The word of the blessing of Enoch, how he blessed the elect and the righteous, who were to exist in the time of trouble, rejecting all the wicked and ungodly. Enoch, a righteous man, who was with God, answered and spoke, while his eyes were open, and while he saw a holy vision in the heavens. This what the angels showed me. From them I heard all things, and understood what I saw, that which will not take place in this gen...

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Absolute Humility (Eng. Dadavani Nov-2017)

By: Dada Bhagwan

The entire path of the Vitaraags is of that humility (vinay). Here on Akram path, to attain Knowledge that leads to liberation,only absolute humility (param vinay) is needed. Param vinay is a state free of ego. While explaining param vinay in simple everyday language, all the way to the deep, elemental meaning absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan says, “Param vinay is when no one feels hurt by us to the slightest extent.” While explaining steadf...

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Recognize the Interference of the Antahkaran (Hindi Dadavani April...

By: Dada Bhagwan

From an enlightened being’s perspective human life is a systematic series of separate circumstances. All circumstances are in form of effect, however due to ignorance, egoism & intellect one has attachment-abhorrence which gives rise to new circumstances. After attaining Knowledge of Self, ignorance is removed however antahkaran (internal functioning mechanism in every human being composed of the mind, intellect, chit & ego) remains. Now it is imperative to know how to r...

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Towards Vitaraagta as Opinions Departure (Hindi Dadavani Sep-2017)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Due to merit karma of countless past lives, Akram Science is attained in this era of time cycle. One becomes aware that, ‘I am pure Soul,’ the conviction; awareness as the Self sets in; yet who obstructs experience of that state? The reason is one uses ‘inverted spectacles’ [seeing the relative] that are created from opinions & becomes bound to people, things circumstances. The only opinion one should have is, ‘This body is a betrayal.’ Even the slightest negative though...

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Understanding the Principle of Pratikraman (Hindi Dadavani Aug-2017)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Every human being gets caught up in situations where pressure from circumstances is such that even if he doesn’t want to make mistakes, mistakes happen & he is not able to become free from these mistakes. In order for people to eliminate their faults & to be able to make spiritual progress the Tirthankar Lords & the Gnanis have given the world the weapon of alochana-pratikraman-pratyakhyan. Through our nimit when pain is caused to other person’s ego, a ‘stain’ is formed ...

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