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GuruDev Ramlal Ji Siyag and Sidh Yog India

  1. 1. Kundalini awakening by Guru SiyagRELIGIOUS REVOLUTION IN THEWORLD
  2. 2. Guru naman
  3. 3. HINDUISM
  4. 4. Lord Vishnu10 incarnations  Ten such avatars (descents or incarnations) are commonly recognized, of which Lord Rama and Lord Krishna are the most important.  Nine descents are thought to have already occurred; the tenth and last is yet to come.  Scholars believe that Vishnus role as preserver (or redeemer) arose from the characteristic practice of assimilating local legendary heroes and gods into the Hindu pantheon by attributing their deeds to one of the major Hindu deities.
  5. 5. 1st incarnation of VishnuMatsya  In this form Vishnu saved Vaivaswata, the Hindu variety of the biblical Noah (or vice versa).  Vaivaswata (Sanskrit). The forefather of the post-diluvian race, or our own fifth humankind.  A reputed son of Surya (the Sun), he became, after having been saved in an ark (built by the order of Vishnu) from the Deluge, the father of Ikshwaku, the founder of the solar race of kings.  Ikshwaku (Sanskrit) is the progenitor of the Solar tribe (the Suryavansas) in India, and the Son of Vaivaswata Manu, the progenitor of the present human Race.
  6. 6. 2nd incarnation of VishnuKurma  Second incarnation of Vishnu : Kurma or the Turtle incarnation : when the Devas lost their strength and prowess due to a curse and, after losing their immortality and kingdom, they approached Lord Vishnu for help.  Vishnu suggested that they needed to drink the nectar of immortality to regain their lost glory. However, they needed to strive hard to acquire the nectar since it was hidden in the ocean of milk.  When they began churning, the mountain began sinking into the ocean. Taking the form of a turtle (Kurma), Vishnu bears the entire weight of the mountain and the churning continues and various objects are thrown out including the deadly poison which the Lord Shiva then comes to drink.
  7. 7. 3rd incarnation of VishnuVaraha  Third incarnation of Vishnu : Varaha or the Boar incarnation of Vishnu : he killed the demon Hiranyaksha, recovered the stolen Vedas and released the Earth from the bottom of the ocean.  He was slain by Lord Vishnu after he (Hiranyaksha) took the Earth to the bottom of what has been described as the "Cosmic Ocean".  Lord Vishnu assumed the form of a white boar (Sri Varaha) and dove into the ocean to lift the Earth, in the process slaying Hiranyaksha who was obstructing Him. The battle lasted one thousand years.
  8. 8. 4th incarnation of VishnuNarasimha  Fourth incarnation of Vishnu : Narasimha or the Lion incarnation : as a creature who was half-lion and half-man, Vishnu killed the demon Hiranyashasipu, brother of Niranyaksha, who had gained the boon of immunity from attacks by man, beast or god.
  9. 9. 5th incarnation of VishnuVamana  Fifth incarnation of Vishnu : Vamana or the Dwarf incarnation : he killed the demon Bali, who had gained dominion over the Earth and had chased the gods from the heavens.  The legend of Bhagavata has it that the Vamana avatar was taken by Vishnu to restore Indras authority over the heavens, which was taken away by force by the demon king Bali in Dravida.
  10. 10. 6th incarnation of VishnuParasurama  Sixth incarnation of Vishnu : Parasurama : he killed the King Kartavirya, who had stolen the holy cow Kamadhenu, which could grant all desires.
  11. 11. 7th incarnation of VishnuRam  Seventh incarnation of Vishnu : Ram took birth to free the earth from the cruelty and sins of the demon King Ravana (Ravan).  Ravana had practiced austerities in order to propitiate Shiva and Brahma, who had granted him immunity from being killed by gods, gandharvas or demons.  One of the gods had to take on a human form in order to be able to defeat Ravana.
  12. 12. 8th incarnation of VishnuKrishna  Krishna is the supreme being.  Krishna is often depicted as an infant, as a young boy playing a flute as in the Bhagavata Purana or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance as in the Bhagavad Gita.  They portray him in various roles: a god-child, a prankster, a model lover, a divine hero and the Supreme Being.
  13. 13. 9th incarnation of VishnuBuddha  Ninth incarnation of Vishnu : Buddha was Vishnu incarnated to propogate false ideas, to lead the opponents of the gods into weakness and wickedness, thereby causing them ultimately to be destroyed or to turn back for their salvation to their old faith in the traditional gods.
  14. 14. Tenth Incarnation of Vishnu : Kalki : The popularKalki  image of the Kalkin Avatar is that of a rider upon a white horse, which some sources name as Devadatta (God-given).  The horse itself is interpreted as symbolizing strength, while its color white represents the power of unity, as white unifies all colours in the spectrum.  Commonly, the horse is described as having wings.  Kalki himself will be one with the divine, and is also mysteriously described as being a "yantra- manava," or a machine-man.  He brandishes a flaming comet-like sword, which is sometimes interpreted as a symbol forFINAL or 10th incarnation "discernment," or Wisdom, in that it slices awayof Vishnu the bonds of lies and foulness, and liberates souls by sharpening their awareness of truth and beauty.
  15. 15. Kalki  Kalkin will arrive on earth intent on eradicating the reign of evil.  His first action will be to vanquish the demon Kali (not to be confused with the Hindu Goddess Kali), who has taken the earth under his control, thereby freeing its citizens from moral and spiritual devolution.  Kalkin will then reconcile all opposites, and renew the processes of the Dharma (Paths of Virtue) and Creation.  Ultimately, he will establishing a reign of righteousness upon the earth, ushering in a golden age of peace and harmony, and therebyFINAL or 10th incarnation setting in motion the next cycle of the universe.of Vishnu
  16. 16. The Comforter, next Prophet or Kalki ofChristians, Jews and Hindus has already arrivedor not ??? – a method to Prove that whether theSupramental Force, Supreme Power, Comforter,next Prophet or Kalki of Christians, Jews andHindus has already arrived on Earth or Not.It may sound mind blowing to scientific mindedpeople, surprisingly this method is especially forthe Scientist and Intellectual Community of theWorld, who experiment and scrutinize every newconcept before believing it, yes, and we must beable to prove it ourselves before believing oraccepting it.
  17. 17. Yes; it is a complete and more advanced science than themodern science says Guru Siyag, capable of giving on thespot results just like modern science. Of course it waslimited to myths, stories, faith and belief till today, becausewe were not able to prove it as a factual subject, it wasregarded as a mere baseless theory. Guru Siyag has provedit to be a Practical Science; he has discovered and discloseda new formula or Practical experimental Method, using thisMethod every Positive minded curious Human Being of theWorld can himself do this experiment to realize andvisualize the truth of spiritual science, leading to spiritualevolution and holistic healing.
  18. 18. Guru Siyag has proved that through SiddhaYogamethod of Meditation it is possible to get rid of eventhe so called incurable diseases like cancer, AIDS,Arthritis, Insomnia, and Mental Stress and so on. ThePractitioner also gets rid drug and other addictionslike alcohol, tobacco, Brown sugar, Morphine, Opium,Heroine etc. These results are nothing but the removalof hurdles in the way to complete development ofHuman Beings, to attain a Divine Bodily Form, in otherwords we can call it the journey from man tosuperman.
  19. 19. Another surprising Disclosure by Guru Siyagis the Method to prove whether theComforter, Next Prophet or kalki Avatar ofChristians, Jews and Hindus has alreadyarrived on Earth or not, yes we can test thetruth about presence of that supramentalforce on earth. It takes only 15 to 20 minutesto experiment it, right now.
  20. 20. method of meditation
  21. 21. The Method ---1. Sit in a comfortable posture on the ground with crossed legs.2. Close the eyes and concentrate on the Forehead between theEyebrows.3. Make a Mental Prayer to that Supramental Force, saying that ifthe Comforter, Prophet or Kalki is Present on Earth, then I mustget the proof, if the Supramental Force is Present on Earth, then Imust go into automatic (Kundalini controlled) SpiritualMeditation for 15 or 20 minutes.4. After this mental prayer start continuous mentalrepetition(Chanting) of any one sacred word of your choice(God,Jesus, Allah, Rama, Krishna, Buddha, etc.,) in the mind withoutmoving lips or tongue, simultaneously keep concentrating on theforehead between the eyebrows.
  22. 22. 5. Continue this process and within a few minutes you will be induced byautomatic spiritual meditation, might even hear and see visualizations during thisstate of meditation.6. Don’t panic if your body starts moving automatically during this process, theseare the Yogic body movements (Real Yoga is induced automatically by innerspiritual power Kundalini), required to free the body from physical, mental andspiritual diseases of all kinds, these will stop automatically after 15 or 20 minutes,and you will come out of spiritual meditation into normal state.7. To get complete results and benefits, it has to be practiced regularly in themorning and evening at any convenient time, empty stomach, before having food.8. The time taken to get the results is totally dependent on our Positive approachand curiosity to realize the truth.9. No barriers of Race, Religion, Cast, Country or Gender, no rules and noregulations.More info and Free Download ofMethod of Meditation fromwww.the-comforter.orgAnother way to get into automatic spiritual meditation is by listening to GuruSiyags voice with closed eyes.
  23. 23. Hindu/Buddhist Salvation Salvation: “The ultimate goal of Hinduism and Buddhism is to liberate ourselves from this “physical personal existence” and become One with the “Impersonal All.” (Carlson and Decker, Fast Facts on False Teaching, 92). Suffering: People suffer because they have not liberated themselves from their personal world. The physical world is just and illusion, called maya. This enlightenment is called:Buddhism- NirvanaHinduism- Moksha, Samadhi, or KaivalyaZen- SatoriWestern World- Cosmic Consciousness, One with Self Sin: There is no such thing. It too, is an illusion!
  24. 24. Hindu Salvation Means of Enlightenment:1. Path of knowledge = makes one realize Brahman= Atman2. Path of good works = works off karma3. Path of Yoga = allows one to transcend the world of illusion.Yoga: 8 steps• HathaYoga- The first five steps prepare body for transcendence into Moksha (Nirvana). Comprised of isometrics and breathing exercises.• Raja Yoga- The last three steps where a person silences the mind by repeating mantras, achieves oneness with god (yet still with a sense of personal existence) and then diffusion into the impersonal universe (god).
  25. 25. Kundalini Chakras Nadis Mudra Bandha Pranayama AsanaShatkarmas
  26. 26. Everybody should know something about kundalini as itrepresents the coming consciousness of mankind.Kundalini is the name of a sleeping dormant potentialforce in the human organism and it is situated at the rootof the spinal column.
  27. 27. Although kundalini is said to reside in mooladharachakra, we are all at different stages of evolution,and in some of us kundalini may have alreadyreached swadhisthana, manipura or anahata chakra.If this is so, whatever sadhana you do now might startan awakening in anahata or some other chakra.However, awakening of kundalini in mooladharachakra is one thing, and awakening in sahasrara, thehighest center of the brain, is another. Once themultipetalled lotus of sahasrara blossoms, a newconsciousness dawns.
  28. 28. The word kundalini refers to the shakti or power when it is in its dormant potential state, but when it is manifesting, you can call it Devi, Kali, Durga, Saraswati, Lakshmi or any other name according to the manifestation it is exhibiting before you. In the Christian tradition, the terms "the Path of the Initiates" and "the Stairway toHeaven" used in the Bible, refer to kundalinis ascent through sushumna nadi. The ascent ofkundalini and ultimately, the descent of spiritual grace, are symbolized by the cross. This iswhy Christians make the sign of the cross at ajna, anahata and vishuddhi chakras, for ajna isthe center where the ascending consciousness is transcended and anahata is where thedescending grace is made manifest to the world.
  29. 29. The meaning of the 3 1/2 coils of the serpent is as follows:The 3 coils represent the 3 matras of Om, which relate topast, present and future; to the 3 gunas: tamas, rajas andsattva; to the 3 states of consciousness: waking, sleepingand dreaming; and to the 3 types of experience: subjectiveexperience, sensual experience and absence ofexperience. The 1/2 coil represents the state oftranscendence, where there is neither waking, sleepingnor dreaming. So, the 3 1/2 coils signify the totalexperience of the universe and the experience oftranscendence.
  30. 30. Who can awaken kundalini? Kundalini is the creative energy; it is the energy of self-expression. Just as in reproduction a new life is created, inthe same way, someone like Einstein uses that sameenergy in a different, more subtle realm, to create a theorylike relativity. It is the same energy that is expressed whensomeone composes or plays beautiful music. It is the sameenergy which is expressed in all parts of life, whether it isbuilding up a business, fulfilling the family duties orreaching whatever goal you aspire for. These are allexpressions of the same creative energy.
  31. 31. Everybody, whether householder or sannyasin, must remember that awakening of kundalini is the prime purpose of human incarnation. All the pleasures of sensual life whichwe are enjoying now are intended only to enhancethe awakening of kundalini amidst the adversecircumstances of mans life.
  32. 32. With the awakening of kundalini, a transformationtakes place in life. It has little to do with onesmoral, religious or ethical life. It has more to dowith the quality of our experiences andperceptions. When kundalini wakes up your mindchanges and your priorities and attachments alsochange. All your karmas undergo a process ofintegration. It is very simple to understand. Whenyou were a child you loved toys, but why dont youlove them now? Because your mind has changedand consequently, your attachments have alsochanged. So, with the awakening of kundalini, ametamorphosis takes place. There is even thepossibility of restructuring the entire physical body.
  33. 33. When kundalini awakens, the physical body actually undergoesmany changes. Generally they are positive, but if your guru is notcautious, they can be negative also. When the shakti wakes up, thecells in the body are completely charged and a process ofrejuvenation also starts. The voice changes, the smell of the bodychanges and the hormonal secretions also change. In fact, thetransformation of cells in the body and brain takes place at a muchhigher rate than normal. These are just a few observations. However,scientific researchers are still taking their first steps into this field.
  34. 34. By means of kundalini awakening, you are compensating with thelaws of nature and speeding up the pace of your physical, mentaland spiritual evolution. Once the great shaktiawakens, man is no longer a gross physical body operating with alower mind and low voltage prana. Instead, every cell of his body ischarged with the high voltage prana of kundalini. And when totalawakening occurs, man becomes a junior god, an embodiment ofdivinity.
  35. 35. By means of kundalini awakening, you are compensating with thelaws of nature and speeding up the pace of your physical, mentaland spiritual evolution. Once the great shaktiawakens, man is no longer a gross physical body operating with alower mind and low voltage prana. Instead, every cell of his body ischarged with the high voltage prana of kundalini. And when totalawakening occurs, man becomes a junior god, an embodiment ofdivinity.
  36. 36. Kundalini Physiology
  37. 37. Kundalini or the serpent power does not belong to thephysical body, though it is connected to it. Nor can it bediscovered in the mental body or even the astral body. Itsabode is actually in the causal body, where the conceptsof time, space and object are completely lost.
  38. 38. How and where is the concept of kundalini related to the supremeconsciousness? The serpent power is considered to arise from theunconscious state in mooladhara. This unconscious awareness ofman then has to pass through different phases and becomes onewith the cosmic awareness in the highest realm of existence. Thesupreme awareness or Shiva is considered to be seated in sahasrara,the superconscious or transcendental body at thecrown of the head. In the Vedas, as well as the Tantras, this supremeseat is called hiranyagarbha, the womb of consciousness. Itcorresponds to the pituitary body, the master gland situated withinthe brain.
  39. 39. Immediately below this center of supreme consciousness, there isanother psychic center - "the third eye" or ajna chakra, whichcorresponds to the pineal gland. This is the seat of intuitiveknowledge. This center lies on top of the spinal column, at the levelof bhrumadhya, the eyebrow center. Ajna chakra is importantbecause it is simultaneously connected with the seat of supremeconsciousness in sahasrara and with mooladhara, the seat of theunconscious, at the base of the spine, via sushumna, the psychicpassage within the spinal column. Therefore, it is the connecting linkbetween the lowest unconscious seat of power and thehighest center of illumination within the individual.
  40. 40. Kundalini yoga is not abstract. It considers this very physical bodyas the basis. For a kundalini yogi, the supreme consciousnessrepresents the highest possible manifestation of physical matter inthis body. The matter of this physical body is being transformedinto subtle forces - such as feeling, thinking, reasoning,remembering, postulating and doubting, in the gradual process ofevolution. This psychic, suprasensory or transcendental power inman is the ultimate point of human evolution.
  41. 41. The chakras
  42. 42. What is a Chakra?
  43. 43. What is a Chakra?Means wheel, energy wheel.Energy vortex exists and one can learn tochannel the divine energy of the universe toheal the body and the mind. It is a holisticmethod of cleansing.Location of the Main energy points withinthe body.Kundalini energy is partially supplyingenergy to these chakras.
  44. 44. There are six chakras in the human body which are directly connected with the higher unillumined centers of the brain. The first chakra is mooladhara. It is situated in the pelvic floor and corresponds to the coccygeal plexus of nerves Mooladhara is the first chakra in the spiritual evolution of man, where one goes beyondanimal consciousness and starts to be a real human being. It is also the last chakra in thecompletion of animal evolution. It is said that from mooladhara chakra right down to theheelsthere are other lower chakras which are responsible for the development of the animalandhuman qualities of instinct and intellect. From mooladhara chakra upwards lie thechakraswhich are concerned with illumination and evolution of the higher man or super man.Mooladhara chakra has control over the entire range of excretory and sexual functions inman.
  45. 45. The second chakra is swadhisthana, located at the lowest point or termination of the spinal cord. It corresponds to the sacral plexus of nerves and controls the unconscious in man.The third chakra is manipura, situated in the spinal column exactly at the level ofthe navel. It corresponds to the solar plexus and controls the entire processes ofdigestion, assimilation and temperature regulation in the body.The fourth chakra is anahata, and it lies in the vertebral column behind the baseof the heart, at the level of the depression in the sternum. It corresponds to thecardiac plexus of nerves, and controls the functions of the heart, the lungs, thediaphragm and other organs in this region of the body.The fifth chakra is vishuddhi, which lies at the level of the throat pit in thevertebral column. This chakra corresponds to the cervical plexus of nerves andcontrols the thyroid complex and also some systems of articulation, the upperpalate and the epiglottis.
  46. 46. Ajna, the sixth and most important chakra, corresponds to the pineal gland, lying in the midline of the brain directly above the spinal column. This chakra controls the muscles and the onset of sexual activity in man. Tantra and yoga maintain that ajna chakra, the command center, has complete control over all the functions of the disciples life.There are also two higher centers in the brain which arecommonly referred to in kundalini yoga: bindu and sahasrara.Bindu is located at the top back of the head, where Hindubrahmins keep a tuft of hair. This is the point where oneness firstdivides itself into many. Bindu feeds the whole optic system and isalso the seat of nectar or amrit.
  47. 47. Sahasrara is supreme; it is the final culmination ofkundalini shakti. It is the seat of higher awareness.Sahasrara is situated at the top of the head and isphysically correlated to the pituitary gland, whichcontrols each and every gland and system of thebody.When kundalini shakti awakens it passes throughsushumna nadi. The moment awakening kes place inmooladhara chakra, the energy makes headwaythrough sushumna up to ajna chakra.
  48. 48. Mantrahe second method of awakening kundalini is throughsteady regular practice of mantra. This is a very powerful,smooth and risk-free method, but of course it is asadhana which requires time and a lot of patience. Firstyou need to get a suitable mantra from a guru whoknows yoga and tantra, and who can guide you throughyour sadhana. When you practise the mantra incessantly,it develops in you the vision of a higher force and enablesyou to liveamidst the sensualities of life with indifferenceto them.
  49. 49. Shaktipat Kundaliniawakening isperformed bythe guru. It iscalledshaktipat.
  50. 50. Guru Siyag & his guru ShriGangainath ji
  51. 51. awakening is instant, but it is only a glimpse, not apermanent event. When the guru creates this awakeningyou experience samadhi. You can practise all forms ofpranayama and all asanas, mudras and bandhas withouthaving learned them or prepared for them. All themantras are revealed to you and you know the scripturesfrom within. Changes take place in the physical body inan instant. The skin becomes very soft, the eyes glowand the body emits a particular aroma which is neitheragreeable nor disagreeable.
  52. 52. This shaktipat is conducted in the physical presence orfrom a distance. It can be transmitted by touch, by ahandkerchief, a mala, a flower, a fruit or anythingedible, depending on the system the guru hasmastered. It can even be transmitted by letter, telegramor telephone.
  53. 53.
  54. 54. Shaktipat Diksha programme byAVSSK
  56. 56. Practice Meditation Practice Meditation, and by your mind will be so calm and fixed that you will find it hard to keep away from Meditation
  57. 57. Realize Divinity in Man Seek thou God ? Then see him in man; His Divinity is manifest more in man than in any other object. Man is the greatest manifestation of God.
  58. 58. Surrender everything to him Give up everything to Him, resign yourself to him, and there will be no more trouble for you. Then you will come to know that everything is done by his will,
  59. 59. Who is the Supreme Spirit  Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru Deva Maheshwara. Guru Sakshath Parambrahma, Tasmai Shri Gurave Namaha. (tr: Guru is the creator Brahma, Guru is the preserver Vishnu, Guru is the destroyer Siva. Guru is directly the supreme spirit — I offer my salutations to this Guru.)
  60. 60. The Supreme Power Guides Before embarking on important, sit quitely,calm your senses and thoughs, and meditate deeply.You will then be guided by the great creative power of spirit.
  61. 61. What the wise think The fool thinks, ‘I am the body’; The Intelligent Man thinks, ‘I am an individual soul united with the body.’ But the Wise Man, in the greatness of his knowledge and spiritual discrimination, Sees the Self as the only reality and thinks, ‘I am Brahman.’" Sat guru Adi Sankara
  62. 62. Only Brahman is Real  Brahman (the Absolute) is alone real; this world is unreal; and the Jiva or the individual soul is non- different from Brahman.
  63. 63. What is Atman The Atman is self- evident (Svatah- siddha). It is not established by extraneous proofs. It is not possible to deny the Atman, because It is the very essence of the one who denies It.
  64. 64. Who is I  The True Self is Brahman (Divine Creator). Brahman is the ‘I’ of ‘Who Am I?’ The Advaita doctrine propagated by Shankara views that the bodies are manifold but the separate bodies have the one Divine in them.
  65. 65. Knowledge purifies Because samsara (or duality) exists due to ignorance or Avidya, Knowledge (Jnana) alone can make an individual realize his true nature. Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga etc., are necessary only to purify the individual and to help remove this Avidya. All other paths culminate in Jnana.
  66. 66. The Brihadaranyaka says: Asato Ma Sat Gamaya  From the unreal lead me to the real! Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya From darkness lead me to light! Mrityor Ma Amritam Gamaya From death lead me to Om Shanti Shanti immortality!" Shanti.
  67. 67. Jeevatma Unites with Paramatma  Advaita Vedanta considers the consciousness of the Self- Jeevatma - as continuous with and indistinguishable from the consciousness of the Supreme or Brahman- Paramatma.
  68. 68. Be sincere  Be absolutely sincere with yourself.  If you are sincere with yourself, you are unlikely ever to go wrong, and even if you do you will be able quickly to correct yourself.
  69. 69. You are close to GOD The more you feel peace in meditation, the closer you are to GOD. He moves nearer and nearer to you the deeper you enter into meditation.
  70. 70. I am INFINITE I am the changeless, I am the INFINITE, I am not a little mortal being, with bones to break, a body that will perish, I am the deathless, changeless INFINITE
  71. 71. God is a Fountain of all GoodAchievements God is the Fountain of health, prosperity, wisdom, and eternal joy. We make our life complete by contact with God. Without Him, life is not complete. Give your attention to the Almighty Power that is giving you life and strength and wisdom. Pray that unceasing truth flow into your mind, unceasing strength flow into your body, and unceasing joy flow into your soul.
  72. 72. The God is secret Law toprosperity Those who seek prosperity for themselves alone are in the end bound to become poor, or to suffer from mental inharmony; but those who consider the whole world as their home, and who really care and work for group or world prosperity, activate astral forces that lead them ultimately to the place where they can find the individual prosperity that is legitimately theirs. This is a sure and secret law.
  73. 73. Do act without anyanticipation of fruits  Unless the mind becomes steady there cannot be yoga. It is the wind of worldliness that always disturbs the mind.  Perform your duties in an unselfish spirit. Always try to perform your duties without desiring any result.
  74. 74. Believe you are onlyservant ofgive Those who cannot God up attachment to worldly things and who find no means to shake off the feeling of I, should rather cherish the idea, I am Gods servant; I am His devotee. One can also realize God by following the path of devotion.
  75. 75. Honestly earned money bringsHappiness You may try to increase your income, but in an honest way. The goal of life is not the earning of money, but the service of God. Money is not harmful if it is devoted to the service of GOD
  76. 76. Bhakti is the solution toHigher Achievements  One sees God alone everywhere when one loves Him with great intensity. Bhakti, love of God, is the essence of all spiritual discipline.  Through love one acquires renunciation and discrimination naturally
  77. 77. Sincere love for God make youa Hero If a man has sincere love for God, then all come under his control - the king, wicked persons, and his wife. There is no hope of salvation for the worldly-minded. But he has nothing to fear if he remains in the world after realizing God
  78. 78. God comes Running  The searcher of Hearts wants only your sincere love. He is like a little child. Someone may offer him his whole wealth and He doesn’t want it, and another cries to him.  If you say  “O Lord, I love you” and into the devotee’s heart He comes running
  79. 79. Remember God while Living inthe World  Do your duty with one hand and with the other hold to God.  After the duty is over, you will hold to God with both hands. Bondage and liberation are of the mind alone.
  80. 80. Worshipping makes you Pure If a man repeats Gods name, his body, mind, and everything become pure It is extremely difficult to teach others. A man can teach only if God reveals Himself to him and gives the command.
  81. 81. Real knowledge of God is trueall else is IllusionaryTeaching  But mere lectures? People will listen to them for a few days and then forget them. They will never act upon mere words.  To teach others, one must have a badge of authority; otherwise teaching becomes a mockery
  82. 82. God is doing everything we areonly Spectators A man verily becomes liberated in life if he feels: God is the Doer. He alone is doing everything. I am doing nothing. Mans sufferings and worries spring only from his persistent though that he is the doer
  83. 83. In Kaliyuga Bhakti is bestsalvation  Karma yoga is very hard indeed. In the Kaliyuga, it is extremely difficult to perform the rites enjoined in the scriptures. In the Kaliyuga, the best way is Bhakti yoga, the path of devotion - singing the praises of the Lord, and prayer.
  84. 84. Egoism leads to Selfdestruction The traits of a worldly man endowed with tamas are sleep, lust, anger, egotism, and the like. The ego and the universe are both illusory, like a dream. If one analyses oneself, one doesnt find any such thing as I.
  85. 85. Hold hand with both hands,You never fall in life  Bondage is of the mind, and freedom is also of the mind.  If a man repeats Gods name, his body, mind, and everything become pure.  Do your duty with one hand and with the other hold to God.  After the duty is over, you will hold to God with both hands.
  86. 86. Belief in God makes youjivanmukta  If by Gods grace, a man but once realizes that he is not the doer, then he at once becomes a jivanmukta: though living in the body, he is liberated. He has nothing else to fear.
  87. 87. Who is a true Teacher He alone is the true teacher who is illumined by the light of true knowledge.
  88. 88. Truth is God Realization It is said that truthfulness alone constitutes the spiritual practice of kali Yuga. If a man clings tenaciously to truth, he ultimately realizes God.
  89. 89. Best Way to Reach Me  Fix you mind on me  Devote yourself to me  Worship me  Do homage to me  Discipline yourself  You shall come to me
  90. 90. I am Simple to ReachWhatever you offer with Devotion A Leaf, A flower, A Fruit, or Water that offering with Devotion , I accept from pure in Heart
  91. 91. VIVEKANDA ON SPIRTUALITY Spirituality can never be attained until Materialism is gone
  92. 92. I Do Reappear When ever there is a decline of DHARMA and Ascendance of ADHRMA, I Manifest in a Body.
  93. 93. Who Is God  "He is everlasting and omnipresent, infinite in the great and infinite in the small. He is the Eternal whom the sages see as the source of all creation.
  94. 94. Ashtavakra Gita 1: 18-20  As the air is everywhere,  Flowing around a pot  And filling it,  So God is everywhere,  Filling all things  And flowing through them forever.
  95. 95. Rig Veda “ Ego is the biggest enemy of humans. People who are soft spoken and truthful are loved by all. ” A person can achieve everything by being simple and humble.” Have a child like Innocence
  96. 96. Hinduism is Spiritual Progress Hinduism has made marvellous discoveries in things of religion, of the spirit, of the soul. We have no eye for these great and fine discoveries. We are dazzled by the material progress that Western science has made. Ancient India has survived because Hinduism was not developed along material but spiritual lines Mahatma Gandhi
  97. 97. Sri Aurobindo Hinduism.....gave itself no name, because it set itself no sectarian limits; it claimed no universal adhesion, asserted no sole infallible dogma, set up no single narrow path or gate of salvation; it was less a creed or cult than a continuously enlarging tradition of the God ward endeavor of the human spirit. An immense many-sided and many staged provision for a spiritual self- building and self-finding, it had some right to speak of itself by the only name it knew, the eternal religion, Santana Dharma...."
  98. 98. Dr. Annie Besant After a study of some forty years and more of the great religions of the world, I find none so perfect, none so scientific, none so philosophic, and none so spiritual as the great religion known by the name of Hinduism. The more you know it, the more you will love it; the more you try to understand it, the more deeply you will value it”