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« Reply #180 on: October 30, 2006, 01:34:57 PM »
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  • Today man does not enquire as to what is his Gamyamu (goal of life). Instead of trying to know the goal of life, he is worrying about his Janmamu (worldly life). Even animals and insects are concerned about their worldly existence. You should strive to attain Atmic bliss right from a young age. That should be your only endeavour. Your thoughts, words and deeds should be aimed at this. Worldly experiences, however long one may enjoy them, cannot confer eternal bliss. You can experience eternal bliss only in the company of God. All the worldly activities and experiences are bound to change. The Atma alone is changeless.
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    « Reply #181 on: November 02, 2006, 04:17:58 PM »
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  • The true dwelling place of God is the heart of man. You don’t need to go in search of God. Not being able to recognize your innate divinity is Ajnana (ignorance). You have to enquire into the reason for this ignorance. This is mainly because you follow the Pravritthi Marga (outward path) all your life under the influence of the sense organs, which are drawn towards external objects. You are not making any effort to follow the Nivritthi Marga (inward path). Thus, you are fully engrossed in the outward activities and are completely neglecting the inward path. You see everything from a worldly point of view and do not recognize the divinity that pervades it. You have to make an effort to change your vision from outward to inward to perceive this divinity.
         
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    « Reply #182 on: November 02, 2006, 07:29:15 PM »
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  • Neethi means morality or right conduct. It is the path that leads one to the Divine. Good character, purity of thought, performance of meritorious deeds and selfless sacrifice are all subsumed in the term 'Neethi'. The ancients regarded Neethi as fundamental, without which the society will be maimed. Morality is not something that you must force upon yourself; it is your natural quality. Therefore, first and foremost, cultivate morality. Only then will divinity blossom in you. The entire world will prosper when man adheres to morality. Wherever you are, whatever you do, consider morality as the basis of your life. Morality alone grants true and lasting reputation. You can earn divine grace and happiness only when you cultivate morality.
         
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    « Reply #183 on: November 03, 2006, 07:04:11 PM »
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  • Words can confer strength; they can drain it off; words can gain friends; they can turn them into enemies; words can elevate or denigrate the individual. One must learn the habit of making one's words sweet, soft and pleasant. A person is judged by his words. Before pointing out the faults of others, examine yourselves and assure yourselves that you are free from faults. But the wonder is that you discover faults in others only when you have faults in you. Once you rid yourself of faults, all become pure and good. That is the magic of Divine love.
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    « Reply #184 on: November 08, 2006, 08:58:14 PM »
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  • Egoism is a thorny bush, which when planted and fostered in one's heart, makes one pay the penalty. Egoism makes enemies of even dearest friends; it ruins many good causes and projects, for it does not allow two competent men to work together. Grief follows it like a shadow. Joy, peace, courage, co-operation and love flourish in the absence of the ego. When man is aware that the same Divine consciousness that motivates him is equally motivating all others, then love ousts the ego to the background and takes charge of man's actions, words and thoughts.
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    « Reply #185 on: November 10, 2006, 07:40:07 AM »
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  • It is not easy to understand the nature of the Divine. Worldly intelligence cannot fathom the ways of God. You may benefit from God, but you cannot explain Him. God is beyond the reach of the human mind; by standing on a rock, you cannot lift it. Similarly, living in Maya (illusion), you cannot comprehend its nature. But, once man realises the unity that underlies the universe, the problems arising out of the apparent diversity disappear.
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    « Reply #186 on: November 11, 2006, 08:01:09 AM »
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  • The remembrance of God and repetition of His Name is the only means of liberation that is easily accessible to all. People tend to treat the Name of the Lord casually, not realizing its potency. The power of the entire cosmos is contained in it. You must understand the significance of the Name properly and use it in the right way. Bhajan is an effective activity by which Kama (desire) and Krodha (anger) can be kept away.
         
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    « Reply #187 on: November 12, 2006, 08:02:36 AM »
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  • Why do you repeat the word “Shanti” (peace) thrice? You pray that you may have peace at all the three levels - physical, mental and spiritual. You are not one, but three: the one you think you are - physical body, the one others think you are - mind and the one you really are - Atma. All the three aspects of your being must be in a state of peace. This can be achieved only through love. The evil traits of hatred, jealousy and pride should be cast aside. These are not human qualities, but animal traits. You are a human being. Love is the chief quality of man, truth is his basis and righteousness is his very life. When you cultivate these three, you will definitely attain peace.
         
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    « Reply #188 on: November 13, 2006, 06:50:24 AM »
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  • God's grace is the greatest wealth. To consider the amassing of money, gold or other material objects as the ultimate goal is not right. The goal of life instead, should be the acquisition of the divine wealth of God's grace. Try to win His grace by reforming your habits, reducing your desires and refining your nature. One step makes the next one easier; that is the unique quality of the spiritual path. With each step, your strength and confidence increases and you feel the Lord's grace all the more.
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    « Reply #189 on: November 14, 2006, 05:04:25 AM »
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  • Follow the call of the Divine arising from the hearts of all living beings. Serve them in an attitude of worship, not expecting anything in return. Do not accept even gratitude, having dedicated all your acts to the indwelling God. This will purify you so that you will be able to listen to the 'Soham' (I am He) that your breath repeats every moment. 'Soham' transmutes itself into 'Om' when the distinction between He and I has dissolved in the union with the Absolute.
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    « Reply #190 on: November 15, 2006, 08:04:49 AM »
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  • You can adore God according to your own fancy and pleasure. He remains unchanged even when the names and forms by which you adore Him keep changing. The effectiveness does not lie in which name or form you worship, but with how much yearning and depth of feeling you adore Him in your heart. God will assume that very form which you pray to and fulfil your yearning; that is the indication of His grace and the boundless love He has for you.
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    « Reply #191 on: November 16, 2006, 08:12:12 AM »
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  • It is the nature of a magnet to attract iron. But, if the iron is covered with the rust, it will be unable to get attracted by that magnetic power. Greed for sensual pleasure is one of the causes for this harmful rust to accumulate. Hence, care has to be taken to ensure that the rust never forms. Then, the iron piece, by contact with the magnet takes on the magnetic quality and attains the object of its quest. The dust of sensual greed can be kept at bay by keeping good company, and putting into practice the axioms of good conduct that one can imbibe from such sacred company.
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    « Reply #192 on: November 17, 2006, 05:03:05 AM »
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  • The sages of India sought to know that knowledge which when gained, everything else becomes known. The expression of that discovery in practical life is Love; for, it is Love that creates, sustains and envelops all. Without Love, no one can claim to have succeeded in comprehending God and His handiwork, the Universe. God is Love, live in Love - that is the teaching of the sages. The heart has to be prepared by means of Namasmarana (constant repeating of the Name). This constitutes a Yoga in itself, 'Chittha shuddhi yoga', the path of Consciousness-cleansing." Charge every second of your time with the powerful Divine current that radiates from the Name.
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    « Reply #193 on: November 17, 2006, 03:39:04 PM »
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  • OM SRI SAI RAM

    Arun Reddyji Sai Ram !

    Your posts are informative and thought provoking too. The messages  are enlightening.  CAn you pl post about a site where I can download Telugu harathulu pl.

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    « Reply #194 on: November 18, 2006, 05:33:43 PM »
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  • Life is a long pilgrimage along the rough and torturous road of this world. But, with the Name of God on his lips, the pilgrim will know no thirst; with the Form of God in his heart, he will feel no exhaustion. The company of the holy will inspire him to travel in hope and faith. The assurance that God is ever near will lend strength to his limbs. Remember that with every step, you are nearing God; and God too, takes ten steps towards you when you take one step towards Him. This journey does not have any halts; it is one continuous journey, through tears and smiles, through birth and death. When the road ends, and the Goal is attained, the pilgrim finds that he has travelled only from himself to himself, that the God he sought was all the while in him, around him, with him, and beside him! He himself was always Divine.
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