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Guide To Spiritual Living


I hope this pps will help the spiritual seekers

I hope this pps will help the spiritual seekers

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    • “ All religions offer a framework for spiritual living. Adi Shankara a spiritual master in his “Sadhana Panchakam” shows the ways and means for spiritual living. I hope this will help the spiritual seekers like you!”
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    • Study the vedas (sacred books) daily.
    • Perform your duties according to them.
    • Dedicate all your actions as worship of the God.
    • Renounce all the desires in the mind.
    • Wash away the hoards of sins in the bosom.
    • Recognize that the pleasures of sense objects are riddled with pain.
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    • 7. Seek the self with consistent endeavour.
    • 8. Escape from the bondage of home.
    • 9. Seek companionship with Men-of-Wisdom.
    • 10. Be established in firm devotion to the God.
    • 11. Cultivate virtues such as Shanti (calming mind).
    • 12. Avoid all desire-ridden actions.
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    • 13. surrender to a perfect Master.
    • 14. Daily serve his sandals (devotion he preaches)
    • 15. Worship daily.
    • 16. Listen, in depth, the sacred declarations.
    • 17. Constantly reflect upon the meaning of the sacred commandments.
    • 18. And take refuge in the truth of true self.
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    • 19. Avoid perverse arguments.
    • 20. Certainly follow the discriminative rationale (constructive discussion)
    • 21. Be absorbed in the attitude: “I am Brahman” (timeless true self).
    • 22. Renounce pride.
    • 23. Give up the idea: “I am the body”.
    • 24. Give up the arguments with the wise.
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    • 25. Hunger and disease, get treated.
    • 26. Daily take the medicine of food.
    • 27. Say no delicious food.
    • 28. Contentedly live upon whatever comes to your lot, as ordained by God.
    • 29. Endure all pairs of opposites: joy and sorrow etc..
    • 30. Avoid wasteful talks.
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    • 31. Be indifferent. (inner balance)
    • 32. Save yourself from other peoples’ kindness (this may chain you down)
    • 33. In solitude live joyously.
    • 34. Quieten the mind in the supreme lord.
    • 35. Realize and see the all pervading self everywhere.
    • 36. Recognize that the finite world is a projection of the self.
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    • 37. Conquer the effects of deeds done in earlier lives by the present right actions.
    • 38. Through wisdom become detached from future karmas.
    • 39. Experience and exhaust the past actions that have started prarabdham (suffer the in silent dignity with shameless courage and patient heroism)
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    • 40. There after in all his actions, feelings and thoughts realized that the true self within himself-is fully awakened to the infinite state Divine, and so has reached his immutable goal.
    • Thank you