Krupaprasad

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SUNRUTA

Shukravaara taa. 28-3-41

Friday, February 28, 1941

 

Shreejee Svamee Satya Chhe

Lord Swaminarayan and Gunatitanand Swami are the eternal truth

 

 

Paancha vaartaa sambandhee Vachanaamrutamaathee vaartaanee nondh: 

Karavu – Santa samaagama (mana-karma-vachane)

  1. Jaaav – Jada chaitanya no vivek

  2. Mookav – Panchaviaya, dehaabhimaan, avao paksha

  3. Samajav – Bhagavaanan svaroopa

  4. Raakhv – Brahma thaine Parabrahma

 

Five essentials are noted from the Vachanamrut discourses

  1. To do – association of the saint (by thought, action, and speech)

  2. To know – discrimination between body and soul

  3. To renounce – the five senses, egotism, and wrong side

  4. To understand – God’s form

  5. To keep – God after becoming totally purified

 

 

Bhagavaananee bhaktimaa vighna trana motaa tenee nondha:

Muktaananda Svamee no prashna chhe, Vachanaamruta chellaa prakarana 8: 

1) Potaanaa dosha na odakhaaya 

  1. Bhagavaananaa bhakta thakee mana nokh paee jaaya

  2. Bhagavaananaa bhakta thakee beparvaaee thaee jaaya

 

In devotion to God, note three major obstacles:

From Muktanand Swami’s question in Vachanamrut Gadhada Last 8:

  1. One does not recognize his own faults

  2. One disunites his mind from God’s devotees

  3. One disregards God’s devotees

 

 

Muktaananda Svameeno prashna chellaa prakarana – 5 mu, mahaatmyeyukta bhakti aavyaanu shu saadhana chhe?

Shreejee Mahaaraaje javaaba aapyo ke, “Je Shukasanakaadika jevaa je motaa purusha tenee sevaa ne prasanga temaathee mahaatmyeyukta bhakti jeevanaa hradayamaa udaya thaaya chhe. Mahaatmya vagarnee bhakti kshayarogavaalee. Jema dasha varasanee kanyaane kshayaroga laagoo pade, te juvaana thayaa pahelaa ja maree jaaya chhe.” Tema mahaatmya vinaanee bhakti molee padee jaaya chhe. Vachanaamruta Saarangapura 5mu.

 

In Gadhada Last 5, Muktanand Swami asks, “With what means can one attain devotion to God that is full of glory?”

Lord Swaminarayan replies, “By the service and strong association of great spiritual saints such as Shukdevji and the Sanakaadik, devotion full of glory arises in the heart of a soul. Devotion to God without [understanding His] glory is like having tuberculosis. Just as a ten year old little girl is affected with tuberculosis and dies before reaching her youth.” Similarly, devotion without glory slackens. Vachanamrut Sarangpur 5.

Mudo 1

Nirdoshabuddhi dareka maa raakhavee te ja aapani sevaa chhe. Gadhadaa madhya 28 naa

Vachanaamrutamaa bhakta naa bhakta thaavu. Gadhadaa prathama 58 – paako haribhakta kone jaanvo? Haribhakta tenaa daasano daasa thai ne rahevu. Gadhadaa madhya 62, trana angamaathee eka anga raakheene ne deha mookine dhamamaa jaavu. Aatma-nishthaathee uttama pativrataapanu, daasatvapanu. Daasatvapanaamaa 4 kalama samajavaanee aave che: 

  1. Eeshadevanaa darshana game

  2. Eeshadevanaa paase rahev game

  3. Eeshadevanee kriyaa game

  4. Potaanaa eeshadevano svabhaava game

Aa chaara kalama samajavaanee chhe. Aa mudaa samajeene jeevanamaa utaaravaa.

 

First Principle

Our service is to see divinity in everyone. [Per] Vachanamrut Gadhada Middle 28, become the devotee of devotees. Vachanamrut Gadhada First 58 - who should be known as a true devotee? Who lives as the servant of the servant of devotees. [Per] Vachanamrut Gadhada Middle 62, one should keep one of the three styles and leave the body and go to Akshardham. To remain in soul consciousness, and even better, to have singular loyalty (similar to how a loyal wife has for her husband), [and] to remain in total, humble servitude. In remaining in servitude, four qualities are to be understood:

  1. Likes to see his God

  2. Likes to stay with his God

  3. Likes all of his God’s actions

  4. Likes his God’s nature

These four qualities are to be understood. These points are to be understood and imbibed in one’s soul.

 

 

Beejo Mudo

Ekabeejaanee khatapata na karavee. Te koknee vaata beejaane karavee ne bejaanee vaata kokane karavee te svabhaava saadhutaanaa maargamaa khaamee raakhe, maate jene moksha joito hoya temane te svabhaava mookavo. 

 

Second Principle

Do not engage in the gossip of others. That is, talk negatively about someone to others, and negatively about others to someone else – such a nature brings a deficiency in the path of saintliness, thus if one wants liberation, he should give up such nature.

 

 

Trijo Mudo

Svaamee Jaagaasvamee kahetaa je avaguna levaanu mana thaaya to potaanaa dehano, potaanaa svabhaavano ne potaanee jaatino avaguna levo. Pana brahmasvaroopa ekaantika Bhagavaananaa bhaktano avaguna na levo.

 

Third Principle

Jaga Swami used to say that if one feels like seeing negative qualities, then one should see the negative in one’s own self, one’s own nature, and one’s own kind. But one should not see negative in God-realized devotees

 

 

Chotho Mudo

Sahanashakti e jabaro guna chhe. Koka shabda aapanane kataakshathee kahe to saamu na bolataa sahana karvu tene kshamaano guna kahe chhe. Te kshamaa karavaathee potaanaa haiyaamaa shaanti akhanda aape chhe. Ne aananda naa phuvaaraa chhoote chhe ane motaa jeevamaathee raajee thaaya chhe. Tyaare Svaamee Moola Aksharabrahma kahetaa je, “Deha padee gayo etale shu thayu? E to saadhu thaavu ne saadhutaa sheekhavee. Ne maree gayaa etle thai rahyu ne karvu baakee kaaee na rahyu – ema na samajavu.” Svaamee Jaagaabhakta Svaamee kahetaa je parakriyaa ne paarako aakaara ne paarakaa dosha jeevamaa daakhala karavaa nahi, em Svaamee kahetaa. Kyaaka vaata thatee hoya ne potaanaa angamaa maltee aavatee hoya tetalee grahana karavee ne beejeeno tyaaga karavo – je beejaa bhakta ne arthe chhe ne maare arthe nathee. Etale temano avaguna aavyo na kahevaaya. 

 

Fourth Principle

Tolerance is a great quality. If some speaks to us sarcastically, then instead of retaliating, one should bear it – that is called the quality of forgiveness. By forgiving, one experiences constant peace in the heart. Also, there are fountains of joy and the great saint becomes pleased from the depth of his soul. Gunatitanand Swami said, “So what if the body dies? One should become a saint and learn saintliness. One should not believe that death is the end, and that nothing is left to be done.” Shastriji Maharaj used to say that Jaga Swami used to say that one should not allow others’ wrong actions, other outside forms, and others’ wrong faults to enter our souls. If there is a discussion somewhere, one should only accept that which matches one’s inclination, but disregard other talks - considering it to be for others, but not for oneself. This is to not have seen negatively in others.

 

 

Paanchmo Mudo

Jhaajho samooha hoya ne koee vaata thaatee hoya ne aapanaathee te motaa hoya te vakhate vaata saambhalee levee. Pana heta thaaya tyaare vaata karavee. Pelu heta karaavavaa sheekhavu. Heta karaavyaa pachhee vaata bese maate heta thayaa pachhee potaano siddhaanta kevo.

 

Fifth Principle

Where there is a large gathering and a discussion is going on, and if the person talking is senior to us – at that time, one should listen to whatever is said. Only when affection is developed, should one talk. First learn to create affection. After affection is developed, one will be heard – thus, after affection is developed, one should give his beliefs.

 

 

Chhatto Mudo

Suhradapanaano moto guna sheekhavo. Suhradapanu etale ekabeejaanee kriyaa sampathee karee levee. Sevaa ekabeejaanee karee levee, koi kahe te khamavu ne beejaane te vaata janaavavee pana nahi. Je mune phalaane aama kahyu. Ahoho, maaraa motaa bhaagya je aavaa kahenaaraa kyaathee male ema kahenaaraano guna levo. Suhradpanu hashe to jabaraa guno aavshe. Ema Svaamee nu vaakya chhe. Maate avashya suhradapanu raakhvu. 

 

Sixth Principle

One should learn the great quality of heartfelt oneness. Heartfelt oneness is to do one another’s work with harmony. To serve one another; if someone scolds, then bear it, and do not even tell someone else that “this person told me such-and-such.” Also, one should think positively that “How fortunate I am to have someone to tell me.” If there is heartfelt oneness, other great qualities will come. Shastriji Maharaj has promised this. Thus, one should definitely develop heartfelt oneness.

 

 

Saatamo Mudo

Kathaavaartaanu vyasana raakhavu. Kathaavaartaanu vyasana hoya to karyaa vinaa rahevaaya nahi. Motaa vaatu karataa hoya ne pote haajara na hoya to hradaya maa balatraa thavee joiye. Jyaare kathaa saambhaliye tyaare shaanti thaaya. Maate shabda jheelavaa sheekhavu. Eke shabda vruthaa javaa devo nahi. Navin navin vaato yaada raakhavee. To ja shruta kahevaaya. Maate kharaa shruta thaavu.

 

Seventh principle

One should have the habit of listening to spiritual discourses. If there is a habit of listening to spiritual discourses, then one cannot live without it. If a great saint is talking and one is not present, then one’s heart should burn. Listening to spiritual discourses gives peace. So one should learn to grasp the discourses. Even one word should not be allowed to go in vain. One should repeatedly remember talks to keep them fresh. Only then can one be called a listener. Thus, one should become a true listener.

 

 

Aatalaa saata muddaa jeevamaa utaaree samajee kepha raakhavo.

Vaata to ghanee thai pana tookamaa aatalu samajavanu. Motaa vaatu karataa hoya tyaare vaata saambhalavi ne eka mane thai ne vachamaa kaaee pana dahaapanathee bolavu nahi. Adhara vachana jheelee levaa. 

 

These seven principles should be understood and imbibed in life - and remain elated.

Much has been said, but in short, one should understand this: when a great saint is speaking, one should listen with concentration and not say anything unnecessarily in between. Eagerly grasp the message.

 

Bolo Svaaminaaraayananee jaya

Glory to Lord Swaminarayan

 

Bolo Mula Akshara Svaameenee jaya

Glory to Gunatitanand Swami

 

Bolo Shaastreejee Mahaaraajanee jaya

Glory to Shastriji Maharaj

 

Da. Sadaa Sevak Gnyaanajeevanadaasajee 

Signed, always a servant,

Yogi Bapa

Mangalavaara taa. 1 – 4 – 41

Tuesday, April 1, 1941

 

Thodaabolaa thavu. Vaanee je vaaparvee te doodhanee pethe vaaparavee, pana paaneenee pethe na vaaparvee. Bola bola na karavu. Ghate tetalu bolavu. Satya, hita ne priya laage tevu vachana bolavu.

Etle saune aapadaamaa heta thaaya evu anga raakhavu. Aatalo paatha karavaathee shaanti raheshe.

Shooraveera thaavu jethee indriya antahkarana tharathara kampataa phare ne khotaa ghaata pana na thaaya. Vachanaamruta chhellaa 2 raatadivasa vaachyaa ja karavu. Poojya Bhagatajee Mahaaraaj, Poojya Svamee Jaagaabhakta, Poojya Adaashree ne Poojya Shastreejee Mahaaraajane sambhaaravaa. Dararoja smruti karavee. Aatalo paatha karavaathee shaanti raheshe.

 

            Speak less. Speech should be used as like milk, but not like water. One should not keep talking. Speak only as required. Speak truthfully, for good, and in a likeable manner. Keep a style such that everyone would like us. By reading this, one will remain in peace.

One should become courageous so that the senses and subtle faculties all remain with fear, and so that no bad thoughts arise. One should keep reading Vachanamrut Gadhada Last 2 day and night.

Remember Bhagatji Maharaj, Jaga Swami, Krishnaji Ada, and Shastriji Maharaj. Remember them daily.

By reading this, one will remain in peace.

 

Da. Gnyaanajeevanadaasajee

Signed,

Yogi Bapa

 

 

Chaitra Sudee 4 ne Mangalavaara

Tuesday, Chaitra sud 4

 

Koi vaale tyaare aapane vegamaa hoeeye to pana valee javu e guna jabro chhe, pana potaano ekado saamo raakhavo nahi. 

Eka vaata shikhavaanee chhe. Kata valee javu. Potaano Brahmasvaroopapanaano aanand kshana pana molo padavaa devo nahi. Kaama-krodhanaa ghaata thaaya tyaare gnyaane kareene dabaavee devaa. Jo bhoondo ghaata karyo to taaraa bhukkaa karee naakheesa. Raajyaneetinu Vachanaamruta Gadhada madhya 12 vaachavu. Pachee eka pana sankalpa na thaaya. Saankhyavichaara karataa sheekhavu. Deha, loka, bhoga khotaa samajee levaa. Aavo vichaar savaramaa karvo, hu Gunaateeta chhu ne maaraa jeevamaa SvameeShreejee saakshaata bethaa chhe. Pratyaksha Brahmasvaroopa potaane maanvo. Eja vinantee, bhoolchooka sudhaaree vaachasho.

 

            When someone is rebuking, even if we are in force, one should revert back – that is a great quality – but one should not insist on his own view. 

            One thing should be learned. Instantly turn back. One should not let the bliss of God-realization go away for even a moment. When thoughts of anger and passion arise, one should suppress them with spiritual knowledge. [One should say to his mind,] “If you have any wrong thoughts, then I will destroy you to pieces.” Read Vachanamrut Gadhada Middle 12, The Art of Ruling. Then a single thought will not arise. One should learn to think of in terms of relative values [and see the world as perishable]. Understand the body, the world, and its pleasures as false. One should think in morning, “I am Gunatit and Lord Swaminarayan and Gunatitanand Swami are manifest in my heart.” Consider oneself as totally purified and liberated.

That is my only request - please correct any mistakes and read.

MAHELAV NAA SANKALP (Wishes Made in Mahelav)
 

P. Yogeejee Mahaaraaja

By Yogi Bapa

 

  1. Tamaaraa sambandhavaaaa game tevaa hoya, paa maathaanaa mughaa maaniye tevaa aashirvaada aapo. “Tulasee jaake mukhanase” koi saathe aee pae nahi, sambandhavaaaane oakhee shakiye tevee buddhi aapajo. Tamaaraa jevee buddhi amane aapajo.

  2. Aaja praarthnaa kariye ne kaale pharee jaiye tev na kariye, e praarthanaa chhe.

  3. Tamaaraa vie je bhaavanaa chhe, te tamaaraa bhaktama paa rahe. Manuyabhaava na aave. Tame saakshaata kaivalyamoorti chho, paa tamaaraa bhakto paa saakshaata kaivalyamoorti manaaya tevaa aashirvaada aapajo. Aapanaa bhaktama divyabhaava rakhaavajo.

  4. Koee di Bhagavaana ane Santane oshiyaaaa na karee, tevee buddhi aapajo. Kaayama eka buddhi rahe tevee praarthanaa.

  5. Aavo sambandha thayo te shokama na rahiye. Alamasta aananda maa raheeye. Krodha, dagaa, prapancha, maan na rahe e aapo.

  6. Tame nirdoabuddhinaa bhookyaa chho. Tamaaraa bhaktama ame jo nirdoabuddhi raakhash to tamo amaaraa upara heta raakhasho. E choee daeeshu to tame pahe (paase) nahi besavaa dyo. Kaaee mookasho.

 

  1. May I consider everyone in your association, however they are, as the crown on my head – please give such blessings. Tulsidas said “May my skin even be used to make shoes for all those who even by mistake say the name of Lord Rama.” May I not have a disliking against anyone. Please give me the intellect to recognize all those in your association. Please give me your type of intellect.

  2. Today we pray, and tomorrow we turn back – I pray that I do not do that.

  3. May I have the same feeling toward your devotees as I have for you. May I never attribute any worldly traits in you. You are manifest Divinity - but please give me the blessings so that I believe your devotees to also be manifest Divinity. Please help me see divinity in your devotees.

  4. Please give me the intellect to never misbehave with God and His saint. I pray that my intellect remains unchanging.

  5. After being in this great association, may there never be a disturbance. May I remain in constant bliss. Please grace me such that no anger, deceit, betrayal, or ego remains.

  6. You only want heartfelt oneness. If we keep divinity in your devotees, then you will keep a liking toward us. If we do not, then you will not let us sit close to you. You will drive us away.

PRAATHANAA (Prayer)
 

Taa. 4–3–69 |  Bapore 3:30 vaage

March 4, 1969 | 3:30 in the afternoon 

 

Savaare uthataa vete temaja raatre sootee vakhate gurudevanee smruti raakheene ekaagra chitte karavaanee praarthanaa:

He Poorna Purushottama Naaraayana Sahajaananda Svaamee, He Mula AksharaMoorti

Gunaateetaananda Svaamee, He Bhagatjee Mahaaraaja, He Jaagaa Svaamee, He Krushnajee Adaa, He

Shaastreejee Mahaaraaja, He Yogeejee Mahaaraaja, He Pragata Santo, Mukto ane Haribhakto…

Tamo sarve amaaree upara kevala dayaane karunaa kareene, amane tamaaraa ekaantika daasa ganine, hradayamaa akhanda biraajamaana rahejo.

Pale pale tamaaraa sarvoparee kartaapanaanu ne divya pragatapanu akhanda jaanapanu rahe ane kevala tamaaraa sambande ame brahmaroopa chheee, Akshardhaamanaa mukta ja chheee evu akhanda manaaya. Tevaa beejaa sambandhvaalaa mukto pana divya manaaya te maate Mahelaavanaa chha sankalpo vhelee take siddha karaavashojee. Tamone kadiye oshiyaalaa na kariye ane prakrutipurushanu jagata tathaa sankalpano mandavaada amne nadee shakeja nahee ane kevala tamaaree anuvrutti ane abhipraaya pramaane ja amaaraathee jeevana jeevaaya tevee sadbuddhi aapajo. Jethee koee no e jaraaya abhaava na aave, avaguna na levaaya, vikshepa nade nahi ane munjhavana thaaya nahi. Aama deha chataaja lahejata thee Aksharadhaamanu sukha letaa thaee jaeee teve gadgad kanthe gurucharane namra praarthanaa chhe.

 

The prayer to perform immediately upon waking up in the morning and right before sleeping at night – remembering the spiritual master, and with concentration:

Dear ultimate God Sahajanand Swami, His original and manifest abode Gunatitanand Swami, Bhagatji Maharaj, Jaga Swami, Krishnaji Ada, Shastriji Maharaj, Yogi Bapa, manifest saints, liberated souls, and devotees…

By your sheer grace and blessings, considering me your dedicated servant, please forever remain in my heart.

At every moment, may I believe in your ultimate all-doer-ship and manifest divinity. We are liberated just by your association - we are liberated souls of Akshardham – may we constantly believe this. May we similarly consider all devotees in your association as divine – for that, please help me live according to the six wishes made by Yogi Bapa in Mahelaav as soon as possible. May we never misbehave with you - may the illusionary world and the entanglement of desires never hinder us - and please give us the positive intellect to only live our life according to your inner wish and mission. Such that, we never see the slightest negative in anyone or see anyone’s faults - we are not bothered by any wants or confusions. Our humble prayer at the lotus feet of the spiritual master is that we enjoy the happiness of Akshardham, now in this very life.

 

 

Sauneya tamaaraa vishe paase hoya ke door, tamaaraa vishe jodaayaa hoya te saune nirdoshabuddhi drada thaaya. Aanandanaa phuvaaraa ude te sahu sukhiyaa raheee tevaa aa mangalakaaree divase phagavaa arpana karashojee.

Tamaaraa svaroopagnyaanano, tamaaraa aparampaara mahimaano aavo saakshaatkaara kevala aapnaa anugrahathee seheje ja siddha thaaya, aapani janma jayanti pahelaa sahu shreyaarthee saadhakane siddha thaaya te ja abhyarthanaa.

 

Whether [physically] close to you or far, may all those attached to you develop a divine intellect. Let everyone enjoy the fountain of bliss and remain happy – please give us such divine blessings on this auspicious day.

I humbly pray that before your birthday, by your sheer grace, all aspirants effortlessly attain the realization of the knowledge of your manifest-divinity and limitless glory.

 

Daadukaakaanaa Jaya Shree Svaaminaaraayana

Kakaji’s Jay SwamiNarayan

BRAHMASOOTRO (Divine Messages)
 
  1. Aapao janma be vaata ja siddha karavaa thayo chhe. Brahmasvaroopa thaee jema chaara prakaarano deha aae aave te ane sarvoparee Parabrahma Purushottama Naaraayaa ma samyaka prakaare nirdoa ne svaameesevaka bhaave joaavavaa. Tema sanga aneka prakaaranaa aaaa aave. Tema paancha draaanto – mitra, bhagavadeeyo paasethee jaaee – samajee rahasya jeevanama utaarav. Jethee raajamaarga saraa bane ne saadhanaa sukhe sukhe thaaya.

Upaaya – Kharekharaa bhagavadeenaa prasange ja te svaroopanee anuvruttithee - pratham 16 vishista anugraha thaaya. Tethee siddha thaee moorti siddha banaaya. Motaa ekaantika paasethee paaku samajee levu.

 

            Our birth is to attain only two things. To become totally liberated, in which four types of bodies come in the way, and to totally attach to the ultimate God with innocent humility and greatest servitude. For which many types of associations come in the way. For this, one should understand and imbibe in life, five examples from friends and fellow devotees. Then one’s spiritual path becomes easy and the spiritual process happens happily.

 

  1. Suhradabhaava ja jeevan jeevana chhe. Te siddha karyethee ja nirdoabhaava draa thaaya – tema Pa. Poo. Yogee Baapaa vaaramavaaara kaheta, ne A. Moo. A. Moo. nee vaata 3jaa nee 16 ma paa te ja chhe ne Teerthageetaama paa Poo. Baapaae chha vaara spaataa kareli chhe. To tenu mua – original source – pratyakshasvaroopa ane sarvoparee Sahajaanandajee ja chhe. Te ekaj sikkaana be paasa – yugala upaasanaa naa rahasyaroope parama ekaantika paase thee sheekhee leva ne jeevama dhaaravaa tethee prakaaa thai jaaya to ja divyataa manaashe. Dekhata thaee javaashe. Antaranee aankha khoolee jashe. Toja divyataa manaashe ne be saathe mai kaama karta maitribhaava draa thai jashe. Sahaja banshe ne mahaashakti pragaashe.

 

            Heartfelt oneness is the life of a soul. Only by attaining it, can one gain the feeling of divinity. Yogi Bapa used to repeatedly say this; the same is said in Swami Ni Vato chapter 3, number 16; Yogi

Bapa also declared this six times in Tirtha Gita. The root or original source of it is the present saint [Yogi Bapa] and the ultimate Sahajanand Swami. They are two sides of the same coin – understand this from the highly-elevated-personality, who is the essence of this dual-worship, and behold them in the soul. This will give enlightenment, and only then, will everything be divine. One will then be able to see. The inner eye will open. Then divinity will be seen everywhere – and friendliness will be gained with two working together. This will naturally occur, and great power will awaken.

 

  1. Prabhu ne pratyakshasvaroopama ne Pa. Poo. Yogee Baapaa ma ja – “akhanavrutti” eja (33 + 33 + 33 + 1) nirdobuddhi ne samyak guaateeta bhaava guathee parano. Te anaadi bhagvadeeyo be, eka satata antardrashi ja karaave ne eka puti kare, baa aape, jaaave, nabhaave ne saatheedaara 50/50 akaa tarike premathee – sadbhaavathee ja saatha aape – tevaa saathe – banneya saathe rasaroopataa, nishkapatapa ke antaraayarahitpa. (Svaamee nee vaata 3 jaa nee 34 – Niranjanaanandanee vaat) ne jeeva brahamroopa thaaya (Svaamee nee vaata 4 thaa nee 140); te be vaatan akhana anusandhaana praaika japathee praaaadhaarroope paanch minia 7 divasa sudhee traa sandhyaaniaarupe achookaja karee lev. Savaara – bapora ne saanje ke raatre soota pahela ja to prakaasha thaee ja jaashe. To satsanga to sarvoparee ja mayo chhe. Ne kyaare teevra praarthanaathee praayaschitroopa praarthanaano daakho jaate ja karyo ne na banyu?

 

            Constant focus on God, the manifest saint, and Yogiji Maharaj (that is, 33 + 33 + 33 + 1/oneself) - this is having a divine intellect which is beyond all qualities. With two eternal fellow devotees - one who constantly helps you introspect, and another who motivates you, gives you strength, takes care of you, and supports you lovingly and positively as a “50/50 percent partner” - with both of them, remain engrossed, totally open, and without any barriers. Niranjananand Swami’s talk in Swami Ni Vato chapter 3, number 34, and the soul becoming totally liberated in Swami Ni Vato chapter 4, number 140 – have constant focus on these two talks. Chant in tune with breathing as the support of life – for 5 minutes, 7 days straight, with togetherness and full faith, unfailingly 3 times a day - in the morning, afternoon, and evening or in the night before going to sleep – then there will be enlightenment. We have the ultimate divine fellowship. With intense aspiration, having taken the support of introspective prayer, has a prayer ever gone unanswered?

 

To have – karavaa ja maandavu. Abaghadee ja to Pa. Poo. Baapaa ja ati anugraha karee karaavee deshe. Karvu ja chhe ne? Ke sandehaatmaka rahevu chhe? Tethee prashano poochavaanaa ja nahi rahe ne sujha padee jashe ja. To have mandajo ja. Phateha chhe aage jaya jaya ne vijaya ja.

 

            Then start living right now. By Yogi Bapa’s supreme grace, at this very moment, it will happen. Do you really want to do it? Or do you want to remain doubtful? Then there will be no need to ask any questions, and the understanding will come. Thus go at it now. There is a war in front of us and we are going to win, win, and win.

 

Aapanaa ja 

Da. Daadukaakaanaa hetapoorvaka 

Jay Svaameenaaraayana

 

Yours,

Signed Kakaji, filled with love

Jay SwamiNarayan

 

 

Upaaya hajeeya sahelo chhe – divya aadhyaatmika sambandha karavaano

  1. Prathama - tamaar naama eka kalaaka maae badali ja nakho

  2. Prabhu ne svaroopo ne ananta brahmasattaa chhe chhe ne chhe ja. Aastikabhaavathee hradayama tenja anusandhaana – preetithee ne sampoora vishvaasthee raakho – akhataro jaata para ja karo ne hradayama baaaka ke bhoolakaanaa bhaavthee – Prabhu ne svaroopa ne bhagavadee tarapha ja dhraee raakhee temane ja preraaa karavaa do. To have pratikshaa karata raaha jota watching karta…

  3. Sachetana sakriya samataapoorvaka saakshibhaave – naameeye sahita naamano pokaara hradayathee karta praaikajapathee – svaroopdhaaraaa ne svaroopalakshaartha siddha thashe tethee akhana jaagrattataa ne divya jaaapa draa thashe. Ne shoonya thai nirvichaara ne nirvikaara thaee – prakaama ne santanee moortima laya ne leena thaee javaae ne pachhee ja paancha minian saach ‘sahaja dhyaana’ moortinee preraaa kare tev draa thaashe ne saachee – sva nahi – satya ja preraaa karashe tethee anuvrutti pragaashe ne pachhee tema ja karv ne bahaara motaa muktona suchano phakta haste moe haajee haa karee antarajaamee ja preraa kare kaa aapae jene svaroopa maanta hoiye – tee spaa ja kahyu hoya te pakai raakhav ne jaraaye bhaavapher to thavaa ja na devo – to Prabhu ja – brahmashakti pragaaavee teone sukha – shaanti – baa ne aananda arpshe ne vyavahaarhika kaamo aapo aapa ja ukalata jashe – aav karnaarane antaranaa aashirvaada chhe.

 

The technique is still very easy - to create a divine and spiritual relationship [with God and His saint]

1) First, change your name for one hour

  1. God and His divine saints definitely have great divine control. With divine feeling in your heart, keep focus on the saint – keep love and full faith – experiment on your self, and in your heart as an innocent child - keep your vision towards God, His saint, and fellow devotees only, and let them inspire you.

Then wait and keep watching…

  1. With divinity, positively, and with equipose, remain in a witnessing spirit. Chant the name of God keeping His remembrance in your heart and in tune with breathing. One will imbibe the image of the spiritual master and remain focused on him – from which a constant alertness and divine awareness will be accomplished. Becoming empty, thoughtless, and without any form – in divine light and the image of God’s saint, one will become engrossed and absorbed – then there will be real natural meditation for 5 minutes – it will be such that one gets inspiration and real – not one’s own – true inspiration – from which one will know [the saint’s] inner wish. Then one should only do that - smilingly say yes to the advice of great liberated souls – whatever the inner-God inspires or who we believe to be our spiritual master – whatever he clearly says, keep a hold of it – and do not even feel slightly disturbed. Then God will kindle the light of divine power and gift peace, happiness, strength, and bliss. And all worldly work will automatically be solved. Whoever does this will get immense blessings.

 

Li. Daadukaakaanaa potaanaa Jay SvaamiNaaraayana

Kakaji’s Jay SwamiNarayan

GUNAATEET GNYAANA NU NAVANEETA (Essence of Divine Knowledge)
 

Pa. Poo. Yogeejee Mahaaraaja

Yogiji Maharaj

 

  1. Koin ya jov nahi

  2. Potaan karee lev

  3. Munjhavaa aave to maaaa dhamakaavavee, paa beejaa vichaara na karavaa

  4. Darekama nirdobuddhi raakhavi

  5. Sampa, suhradabhaava ne ekataa raakhavee

  6. Saakshaatano mahimaa nirantara gaayaa karavo

 

 

  1. Do not see negative in others

  2. Look after your own liberation

  3. If troubled, pray to God (do ), but while praying, do not think of anything else

  4. See everyone with divinity

  5. Keep harmony, heartfelt oneness, and unity

  6. Constantly remember the glory of God in the form of the saint you have met

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