Eternal Devotion


We know that the Pure Knowledge, manifested in the form of Paramatman, penetrates all forms. After cognitively comprehending the Self, the greatest approach to study and fully realize it is to endeavor to make everyone happy. It is only through this practice that the Self is recognized to pervade everything.

The entire universe is merely "Knowledge." Because everything is the Self, keeping everyone happy makes the Self joyful.

The Truth of the Vedas will be demonstrated and experienced in this manner, and Self-Knowledge will become firmly entrenched.

Worship of Paramatman with Form (Saguna) is evident worship. Brahmananda (Brahman's Bliss) appears in all forms, such as an insect, ant, dog, or pig. Everything is pervaded by the "Supreme Self," Paramatman alone.

The formless, attributeless, and unmanifest Paramatman has manifested with characteristics in the form of the Universe. He is present in things that are inanimate, yet he is definitely felt in all moving beings. Instead of worshipping dead coarse objects such as stone and metal idols, it is preferable to worship the moving, walking, talking God who plainly demonstrates the characteristic of "Knowledge."

This is Saguna worship, or visible God worship. What characteristics should a stone idol have?


 None of the three attributes, Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas, can be found in inanimate lifeless idols constructed of stone or metal. However, one or more of these attributes can be seen in God's moving manifestations.

As a result, all beings are manifestations of God. When we pray genuinely to the Saints or a decent man who is full of Sattva Guna (Knowledge and a propensity toward spiritual awareness), he is delighted and gives us our wants. However, if we criticise his Tamo Guna, he smacks us across the face and gives us a jolt.

As a result, worship the God who is both walking and talking. A stone is useless for learning knowledge.


This warning was sent by Saint Kabir in no uncertain terms. He recommended everyone to worship only a walking, talking God. When the term "worship" is used, images of sandalwood paste, incense, flowers, kumkum, and other things of worship flash through one's head.

However, really worshipping God entails pleasing and making every being happy.

Although Paramatman is "One" and exists everywhere, devotees' techniques of devotion vary depending on their training and how they see Him. A donkey has God in it as well, yet folding your hands in reverence before it would be like a prank or prank done on Paramatman. Is it satisfied if you fold your hands in front of him?

If not, then, according to what has been written above regarding worship, worship that is pleasant to another form of God would not be the donkey's acceptable worship. It would be suitable worship to God in the shape of the donkey if it were given green grass and clean water to drink.

Worshiping the God who has taken on human form, on the other hand, entails pleasing him in a way that is pleasant to him. This is how Paramatman should be worshipped.


Giving someone anything he wants makes his heart happy, and he feels blessed.

The snake and scorpion are also manifestations of God (Narayana), but worshipping them entails bowing to them from afar. That is, people should be left alone to live their own lives. Instead, if you begin hugging them out of devotion, the serpent God will sting you and show you that hugging him is not worshipping him.

Someone may express skepticism in this situation "Allowing the snake and scorpion to leave alive may imply that you adore them. Those beings are evil and must be eliminated." I would tell them that snakes and scorpions do not bite unless they are handled or harmed. Man, on the other hand, is always ready to kill them, even if they are a long distance away. Isn't man's nature more evil than that of a serpent or a scorpion?

Yes, since man has the impulse to murder them unnecessarily.

Allow the thought "The snake and scorpion are of my own nature" to take hold, and then witness the miracle that occurs. A snake's or scorpion's "Self" is not made of stone.

When you have a strong awareness that your Self is the same as the Self in a snake or a scorpion, you will recognize that the Self of the snake is actually one with your own Self, and the snake or scorpion will have no desire to bite you.

If a snake is seen as a serpent, an embodied man is seen as an adversary. In the mirror, you will see the same look that you have on your face. Is it the fault of the mirror if you detect a nasty expression in your reflection?

You do not need to command the mirror to produce a smiling face if you make a smiling face and glance in the mirror.

Why did the criminal break into our home? It's because we have a constant drive to plunder people in many ways and fill our homes. As we cultivate the emotion of full renunciation, it will be mirrored in whatever comes before us. Even if you refuse to ask for anything, others are willing to give you everything they have. The person who begs for it, on the other hand, does not receive it.

A reader may become perplexed as a result of this conversation and say, "Maharaj, your method of thinking does not appear to be correct. We can never let a serpent alone after seeing it, or accept as God the one who pickpockets a bag of money and do nothing." Yes, indeed! I would agree a hundred times over! Oh, aspirant, this is not conceivable because to the propensity of having many, many babies. This kind of adoration cannot be done all at once.

However, a start may be made in tiny ways, such as with little bugs in the house rather than scorpions and snakes. One should learn the "Oneness of All" from small actions such as not killing the bugs in the house. Discover the "Oneness of the Self" in everything and everyone, and see what a magnificent experience you will have.

You will eventually develop a sense of Oneness in all creatures, even those who are more annoying than bugs, and your "Self-Confidence" and "Self-Experience" will grow. 

This indicates that one should not act on the emotion "Bugs should not be destroyed; they should be left alone," but rather, "They are of my own nature, and they are my own forms."

My pleasure is dependent on their pleasure." A woman feels satisfaction by delighting her infant when it suckles at her breast. With the same mentality, one should feel satisfied by letting the bugs to drain the blood from one's own body. This concept may be difficult to accept, yet it is the starting point, or first lesson, in experiencing Oneness with all beings. 

Gradually and consistently learning this, the earth will be free of enemies, and you will be brave. You will be fearless as a result of this. When a seeker is rid of all doubts and attains "The Knowledge of the Self," he is liberated. Despite this, he is unable to enjoy the "Full Glory of Real Liberation."

For example, acquiring riches is one thing, but enjoying the status that comes with it is quite another. Similarly, until the Jnani experiences "The Oneness with All," his Self-Knowledge does not develop or spread. He is parsimonious with his money, and he cannot obtain the "Complete Bliss of Liberation" while he is still alive. 

Even if one obtains Self-Knowledge, fearlessness will not come his way till he feels a sense of "Oneness with All." Fearlessness is "Complete Bliss." 

Fear is a symptom of dualism. Fear is a significant hindrance to the Bliss that arises through Liberation. 

After obtaining Self-Knowledge, the aspirant should worship Paramatman with absolute and doubtless devotion.

Dry Self-Knowledge will be wet with Devotion in this way.

Much as a jalebi, a type of sweet that has been fried in ghee, becomes juicy and delicious only after it has been cooked and then placed in syrup.

Similarly, the Jnani obtains "Fullness of Life" by "Devotion after Self-Knowledge." In the game "Surfati," a player slides from the lower to the upper house and then carries whatever he acquires from the other houses back home.

The game is only over when it happens. By receiving knowledge all the way from the Gross to the Great-Causal Body, the gift of SelfKnowledge must be returned to the lower body in the same way. 

The factual experience of "the world being nothing but Knowledge" is Knowledge becoming the "Final Reality" (Vijnana).

We wander around night and day with the sensation that there is someone else in the world who is not "I," and that we should safeguard our woman, our fortune, and our stuff from the grasp of someone else. As a result of our possessiveness and ownership, we transform into a "Gasti" or watchman.

However, when one achieves a sense of "Oneness with Everyone," and the sense that "I am present everywhere, I pervade everything," On that day, the "Gasti" is transformed into "Agasti," the sage who swallowed the ocean in one gulp. 

This ocean, which represents the five components that comprise the entire cosmos, may not even be large enough for a single sip. This is how a devotee who understands the Self becomes fearless in the body and enjoys the "Full Celebration" of what is known as "Liberation."


The culmination of all Knowledge of the Great-Causal Body takes fruit in viewing the entire world as oneself.


Despite this, Saint Ramdas still refers to Knowledge of the Great-Causal Body as unstable Brahman as contrasted to Paramatman. Paramatman is consistent. It is not the same as the "Manifest Brahman" (Saguna Brahman) or the "Invisible Brahman" (Nirguna Brahman) linked with the four bodies, and hence it is "No-Knowledge."

Finally, the Vedas said, "Neti, Neti," which means "not this, not this." "Not this" denotes that it is neither Knowledge nor Ignorance. The "Only Truth," the "Essence," is unmoving Paramatman. Nothing else is correct. In Dasbodh, Saint Samartha Ramdas elaborates on this point quite well. What is causing this Knowledge to be shaky? Because it has a variety of names and qualities associated with the masculine, feminine, and neuter genders.

It is known as Satchitananda, Ishwara, Omkara, Shesha, Narayana, the Primordial Being, and Shiva, among other names. These are some examples of male names. Some of the feminine names include Shakti, Prakriti, Shruti, Shambhavi, Chitkakla, Narayani, and so on. It is known as Nija Rupam (one's own nature), the Great-Causal Body, Pure Knowledge, Brahman, the Empire of Bliss (Anandayatnam), and other neuter gender titles.

This "Self-Knowledge" has come to be recognised as these neuter gender names. The Steady, the Immovable, the Essence, the "Real Brahman," is the One who is not any of these.

The tremendous quality of the Knowledge of the Great-Causal Body is considerably greater in comparison to the Knowledge of the Gross Body, and it may be gathered via the process of elimination, and after being inferred, it may be blended with it once again (as it is all-permeating).

However, it cannot be construed that the aspirant has reached the Parabrahman stage by mastering the process of elimination and deliberately pervading all. Parabrahman is "That," from which no one may ever return.

Although knowledge has been branded as "Knowledge," Brahman has no name. There is a combination of activity or changes in the form of the world in the Knowledge of "I Am." Knowledge undergoes transformation as the mind, known as "chitta," experiences this transformation. Changes (modifications) are a state or stage. All adjustments do not apply to Parabrahman.

As a result, there is as much difference between "Self-Knowledge" or "I Am" (Jnana) and the Absolute (Vijnana; Parabrahman) as there is between darkness and light. "Where the stable and the unstable collide, the mind becomes confused," says Shri Samartha Ramdas.

The last misunderstanding, according to this assertion, occurs here. (Contact between the steady and the unstable implies the presence of a subtle dualism that is still there.)

"Forgetfulness" is misinterpreted as Knowledge before the Knowledge ("I Am") dawns. Similarly, when Jnana, or Knowledge, is underdeveloped, it is misinterpreted as Vijnana, which is the last step of Parabrahman's "absence of modifications."

When an aspirant confuses Self-Knowledge, or "I Am" (Jnana), with Vijnana, his progress is halted.

Samartha Ramdas likened this form of immature Jnani to a man who wakes up in a dream and believes he is awake. Despite this, he continues to snore! "You think this is awake, yet your illusion has not vanished," Shri Samartha warns this sort of Jnani.

In Vijnana, the Great-Causal Body, or Turya stage, in which the Gross and Subtle Bodies are like dreams, is itself a dream.

Ignorance is a bind, and Knowledge is a freedom, but how can bondage or freedom exist if both Ignorance and Knowledge are absent?

The Vedas and texts go on and on about the Great-Causal Body. It is the basic premise, or the hypothesis, till then.

Beyond the Great-Causal Body, in the sphere of Knowledge, is the verified ultimate conclusion, or Siddhanta, and the cancellation of all that has been put down.

When all manifestations have been eliminated or obliterated, all is left is your "Real Nature." It's tough to put into words. You will witness for yourself how you reach that maximum point when "the knowledge of words" proves to be Ignorance, Consciousness becomes non-Consciousness, and all treatments advised by the scriptures prove to be hindrances.

The Guru led you to the threshold and pushed you inside, but he cannot show you the beauty or the view within. You must capture the wealth, the trophy, on your own. After all of this has been stated, there is nothing further that can be said in words. Words were employed to convey whatever needed to be said. What cannot be expressed in words has now been committed to you.

We can only encourage you to be an aspirant; you must become a Siddha on your own. 

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Reality Stops when the Perceiver Ceases to be

It is to sense that "All is Brahman" when one sees with insight. You've already heard it, but it's not meant to be just heard. It's supposed to be experienced. 

All entities are fundamentally of Brahman's essence. 

If you start studying others, you will become one of the analyzed, a different creature, and you will be bound. Because you are thinking about a thief when you think of another person as a thief, the content of your thoughts is "thief." When you talk about worldly things, you treat everything as if it were real, and you act and react appropriately. 

When you listen to or understand spiritual lessons, however, you seldom hold them in your mind as genuine. Maintain the mindset that,

"All is Brahman," and behave in accordance with that belief. Simply stating, "I've heard that," will not keep it dormant in your life. 

Try it out in your life to see whether it's true! If you consider everything to be only paramatman, you will become God (Shiva), but if you consider everything to be simply the phenomenal mundane world, you will remain a person (Jiva). The world looks in many ways depending on how you look at it. If you consider it in terms of Brahman in numerous forms, you will find just Brahman. If you do this, the "me" fever, or ego pride, will dissipate. 

  • For instance, if there is a wife, there is a husband; but, if there is no wife, who can be the husband?
  • There is a seer because there is the seen. How can the seer exist if there is nothing visible to see? 
  • There is only Brahman if you dismiss the visible, and what can the mind conceive about if all of your possessions are destroyed? 

Only Brahman remains when the notion of "I" is submerged or drowned. Pure Brahman is characterised by the absence of "Me" or "I" in that stage. Everything is merely Brahman. Mr. "So-and-so" is not Brahman, but what you see objectively as a person by some name or label. 

  • What good is it to go to hallowed pilgrimage sites like Varanasi or somewhere else if you haven't discovered who you are? 
  • What good is it to talk about Brahman like a parrot if there isn't an internal awakening to one's spiritual nature? 

Get rid of the poison that has been affecting your thoughts. What you do continuously over and over again gives you greater experience. 

  1. Everyone has a tendency of talking about their senses. Drop the habit and talk about Brahman's insight instead. You become Brahman in this way by thinking on "That" all the time. 
  2. Spend your time talking about Spiritual Knowledge. When you converse about sensory items repeatedly, you become more worldly. 

Self-Realization aspirants should surround themselves with family and friends who are interested in these topics. 

Do not squander your time conversing with people. Having devoted relatives is an unusual occurrence. 

What good are all worldly activities if you don't know who you are? 

Because the guidance offered by Saints, who are our "actual family," is a discourse in Oneness, it is immediately applicable to daily life.

 Our genuine relative is the Master who gives us "The Path of Liberation." Like tightening the strings of a Veena, one should tune oneself (an Indian musical instrument). 

The sound of the instrument will be resonant if it is properly tuned. 

That is the type of relationship you should have with the Master. The person who helps himself is genuinely fortunate.

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Our Highest Nature, The Supreme Self is God

Illusion should be avoided if you want to be with God (Maya). 

The hope that lies deep inside the depths of your heart and intellect is nothing more than a figment of your imagination. The Self is obscured by illusion. The Self is within, and Illusion has placed a veil over it. "Pure Consciousness" is all there is to Brahman. By nature, the human mind is extroverted and focuses objectively. 

It is Brahman when the mind becomes desireless and stays that way. 

However, don't think of the mind as Brahman. It is impossible to ponder about the Self if you are continuously thinking about the objects of your senses. The beginning of the eclipse occurs when attention is drawn away from the Self and onto things. That's the deception. That is the state of mind. 

Brahman is the state of not thinking. The quality of naturalness is an indication of Brahman. There is no anxiety, passion, or desire there. Even if one's whole kingdom is lost, the mind does not feel anxious in this state of naturalness. When the mind's goal working is completed, the natural condition emerges, and one becomes stable in the Self. 

The eclipse of the Self is ended when the stress and care about worldly life fades away. 

The Illusion is therefore viewed as God's (Vishnu's) play, and it is only perceived as Him. 

When the Illusion is viewed just as God's pastime, the mind becomes desirous and worry-free. The individual's illusion (Jiva) is still full of desires and needs. 

The individual ego's desire even extends to expecting a drop of water in the mouth at the moment of death. Meanwhile, the Self, or Consciousness, is unconcerned with the body. 

  • What good is it for the Self to repeat a God's name or a Mantra at the time of death? 
  • This is the secret to a life without desires. How long do we have on this planet? 
  • One foot is buried, while the other, is it still on the ground?
  • What is the point of having a family? 

This is an indication of desirabilitylessness. A guy who is committed to worldly life, on the other hand, even though he may die tomorrow, goes about his daily activities as if his life span will be hundreds of years. 

The guy without desire regards a hundred thousand years as though it were only a fraction of a second.

 The attachment in the heart that seems as concern for all beings is really God's deceptive game, and it is nothing more than worldliness and concern. We should live for Paramatman, the Supreme Self, and devote our efforts to serving Paramatman.

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Searching the Soul Within

Self-Knowledge is attained through searching inside oneself. You, the "Knower of All," are a Brahman in your own right. 

Keep the idea that you are the body out of your mind. 

Consider yourself a Brahman at all times. The sufferings of the body will be experienced by those who live as a body. Desires for earthly things cast a shadow on the Sun of the Self. Become one with the Sun, the Self, and let go of all you've accumulated thus far. 

The eclipse will be ended if you give up your attachment to earthly items as well as your desire for sensory fulfilment while it is happening. 

You won't be able to experience Brahman until you first become Brahman. (Please take note of this.) Hindus have a tradition of donating to charity and performing sacrifices during eclipses.) The day when a man's mental visions of himself fade away is golden. 

This implies that your ego must perish. 

The Master will bless the one who makes an effort to find one's true self. What has been given should not be taken back. This indicates that when the senses have been surrendered, one should not accept them. 

Even the condition of omni-perception, or being "All-Seeing," is beyond the Supreme Self, paramatman. 

The action is free of the doer if he has no awareness of being the actor. He transforms into That which transcends all states. The illusory pride of "Me," the ego, is shattered when the knowing of things, or distinction, comes to an end.

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Our Inner Self is All Knowing


Being-ness translates to "Knowledge" or "Consciousness." 

Bondage refers to the mind's attention being diverted to other things. When the mind is free of distractions, it is Brahman. 

The mind is clean and calm when it is not thinking about the items in it. 

That is the Brahman condition. It is natural joy, or Brahman without any emotion, when you are contentedly sleeping. Beyond emotion is "that" which does not have any mood or attitude. 

The knower of the entire universe, the body, the intellect, and the sense organs is "You." 

The "Supreme Self" is that "You" (Paramatman). The eventual goal is to realize Paramatman. This "knowing" is a mystery in and of itself. Allow yourself to be free of the impulse to chase sense items. When one's hunger for riches fades, he or she becomes extremely strong. 

Meditation on Me (the Master) is a form of liberation. 

Then you are free from all of life's sorrows, both ordinary and spiritual. When a person (Jiva) gives up the propensity of projecting wants, he transforms into God (Shiva). I elevate the position of whoever meditates on Me. 

I damn the person who, instead of concentrating on Me, solely thinks about his or her family and money. Those who want My Strength should focus on Me. I give all of My Powers, Status, and Selfhood upon them.

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Letting Go of Me and Mine


This Knowledge (Jnana) is so complex that simply stating it is insufficient. Telling someone that sugar is sweet isn't the same as really tasting it. It must be consumed. Only by experiencing Brahman can one comprehend it, and only by Grace is this possible. 

The Master's Grace can only come to blossom in the proper fertile ground, the seeker's mind. 

The fruit of the Master's Blessings is reaped by the seeker of his own Self. One who understands himself truly "understands," and is "liberated" by Self-Knowledge. 

He who has realized himself has no need for anything and has no desire to own anything. 

Paramatman, who is the "Supreme Self," has no use for Illusion. Due to your feeling of "my," you are currently incredibly haughty. You have two wives, both of whom are "wealthy" and "womanly."

 Nobody will encounter God if they believe that nothing is possible without money. Because God is formless, money and a spouse are designed for the ego, or person (Jiva), rather than God (Shiva). He is Spirit in its purest form. 

There is a common misconception that devotion to God Almighty is impossible without money. Money isn't necessary for spirituality. 

When we explore within ourselves, we might meet our Higher Self, and it is then that we know the Illusion is meaningless. 

Leave the concepts of "I" and "my" behind. 

The realization that "nothing is mine" is the core of the Master's Grace. You must consider, "I am not my physical body. The body, not me, the pure unqualified Self, owns the children and the family." Slaves of Illusion are those who live by the concepts of "I" and "my." 

How can they know what a Saint is truly worth? Illusion is not allowed to approach the Saint. 

"Riches of Illusion" pale in comparison to "Riches of Freedom." Laxmi, the Goddess of Prosperity, turns the one who wants her into a beggar, but humbly serves the one who does not care for her. The dignity comes from not expecting anything in return from the Illusion. It is an insult to say, "I want, I want." 

Demanding anything is insulting. 

It is more honorable to not demand than it is to demand. All that is required for knowledge (Jnana) is renunciation. Make it a practice to say no to everything. 

"The intellect dies, illusion dies, and the body dies as well," Saint Kabir stated, "but hope and desire do not die." 

You will become Saint Kabir if hope and longing vanish. You shall sip the Nectar of Immortality after the poison of desire has been removed from your head. "Let no desire for sense objects exist," Saint Ramdas states. 

You can be free if you let go of the idea of "my."

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Douse the Flames of Desire, and You will Know Your Self

One who is "steadfast" does not recognize the concept of separation. Surrendering entails letting rid of one's ego and becoming humble. "Sharana" is made up of two words: "shara" which means "arrow," and "na" which means "no." 

The arrow is represented by the word shara, which also refers to the unyielding ego. 

As a result, someone who is "Sharana," or submitted, has given up hardness and is ego-free. The company of Saints is a very useful tool for liberation. 

What exactly is heaven? 

Being born into a family of knowledgeable people is an achievement in and of itself. If your mind grows tired of material stuff, consider yourself fortunate. 

The "Goddess of Sensuality" enjoys human sacrifice, especially when it is cooked alive! 

The Glimpse (Darshan) of God is not available to the slaves of the belly. The person who has no desires is truly blessed. 

Always keep in mind that we come from the "Abode of God" (Vaikuntha) and that we are Gods who are entitled to the Nectar of Immortality. 

We are only passing through this strange town, this false life, for a few days. 

The state of "Desireless-ness" is the sole means to liberation. If you have a large family, consider it a sacrifice to the all-devouring Death. Death eats the harvest of Illusion when it is ripe. Spirituality is born out of devotion to the "True Guru." Treat your body as an illusion and you will find fulfilment in your life. 

The Master is overjoyed when the pupil succeeds in escaping Illusion. Devotion should be used to satisfy the Master (Bhajan; praising the Master). Even if he is young or humble, the individual who has been illumined by the "Light of Brahman" should be recognized as magnificent. 

One who has a persistent desire for sense things becomes lost in them, whereas one who meditates on the Self (Atman) becomes the Self. Please don't say, "Later, I'll think about God. I'll do that when I have more time." You should sit, think, and allow your mind wander to the Self with tremendous affection for it on a regular basis. "Self-attainment" is indicated by this symbol. 

Self attainment is defined as a lack of interest in anything other than oneself. Bondage is meditation on anything other than the Self. 

Always think on your Self's "Divine Nature." Everything else is fictitious. Any concentrate other than on the Self, who is the Lord, is enslavement. Any meditation or thought that is not focused on the essence of your own being becomes a stranglehold. By definition, the "world" is the separation of species. It will never work properly. Any fruit that isn't the Self is a waste of time. Please consider this carefully. Because the ego sense never considers ultimate contentment, which can only be found in the Self, you are drawn to objective things. 

When someone sincerely cares about their own well-being, the idea of "I am an individual" fades away because what remains is not the person (Jiva). The person gravitates toward sense things and, in doing so, gravitates toward sadness. The items that appear to be enjoyable are actually rather awful. Despite the fact that the items that look lovely are actually quite damaging and cause suffering, the individual is constantly drawn to them. 

As a result, turn away from sense things and toward the Path of Devotion. One must imagine oneself as a Saint willing to make sacrifices. Worldliness is cut away when the Master's teachings are internalized, and though such a person may be in the world, he is not a slave to it. The Sage Shuka advised against chasing after sense things and instead being detached. Pursuing sense objects interferes with spiritual devotion, even if it is done with care. 

The craving for physical fulfilment should be abandoned by anybody seeking Self-Realization. The Jiva is, in a sense, driven by a need for sensory fulfilment "he was hung "Only think about God, who is already there in your heart. The true "Alone-ness" is committed to the "One Self."

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Devotion is Key to Self Realization


 "Enlightened Vision" is far superior to ignorance. Physical perception is linked to ignorance. "All Things are Brahman," says the magnificent phrase "Sarvam Khalu Idam Brahma." All Brahmans are friends and adversaries (Reality). As a result, both good and bad are Brahman. Every person on the planet is a slave to their circumstances. Even picking up feces might be compelled by circumstances.


Only Bhakti (devotion) has the power to change circumstances. 

Knowledge (Jnana) is attained by "Devotion to God." The law that a monarch imposes on his subjects binds him. Our ideas should be governed by law. We should be able to choose whether we want to be bound. Wisdom's "inner-vision" is devotion. A person who does not experience Self-Realization while they are alive is genuinely lost. 

A person who is caught by worldly things becomes lost in the humdrum stream of existence. Take the spiritual road you've chosen with steadfast conviction. 

Illusion will not tempt you (Maya). Illusion must be destroyed. Maya treats everyone with the same indifference. 

Only the aspirant whose spiritual practice has not been completed is reborn as a human being with human traits. Except for the one who understands Brahman, Maya is unafraid of everyone. The Maya cult has many adherents, but "The Path of Knowledge" has a small number of followers. You are, in essence, the "Incarnation of the Divine," and it is your destiny to eliminate Illusion. Keep in mind that Maya is always on the lookout for you, so be cautious. 

Do not lose sight of your genuine home, your origin. 

This planet might be your home if you desire to become beasts like elephants, horses, and other animals. Make your "True Nature" a point of pride. The sole purpose of our birth is to sever the backbone of worldliness. We must not only accomplish our own liberation, but also the liberation of others. You will undoubtedly be God if you live with the idea that you are God. Without dedication, it is impossible to attain one's own good. 

You will never gain freedom if you do not live according to the "Path of Devotion." 

"The one who is awake achieves, while the one who sleeps loses," as the adage goes. There is no Liberation without dedication, even if you die a nice and devout person. Life is nothing but degradation if it is not lived with commitment. While they are alive, saints make their lives significant. The person who is free while alive is unconcerned about where his physical body will be after he dies. Because the Saint isn't born, he doesn't die.

 A person who dies while still alive has surpassed both birth and death. The "Son of the Guru" (Guru-Putra; one whose awareness is always related to that of the Guru) should constantly discriminate properly. Non-duality is a way of life. Aspire to be Truth-seekers.

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Ayurveda for Treating Addictions


Why do individuals become addicted?

People who are addicted, in most cases (with the exception of terrible scenarios such as kids born hooked due to their mother's addiction), begin by just seeking more pleasure and satisfaction in their lives. Their lives are complicated and miserable; their relationships may be difficult and unfulfilling; they may be dissatisfied and pressured at work; and they just don't know what to do. 

As a result, individuals turn to drugs or alcohol to avoid the reality of their situation. Whether the addictive drug is cigarettes, marijuana, alcohol, or something else, it quickly becomes a chemical reliance rather than a psychological escape. 

The person's brain therefore fails to function correctly unless a particular level of the addictive chemical is present in the blood.

Treatment is determined on the severity and duration of the addiction. A person with a weaker addiction, such as a recent smoking habit, may be able to easily cease. When a chronic alcoholic suddenly quits drinking, however, alcohol withdrawal syndrome develops, which is difficult to manage.


Detox and Cleanse

It is critical to undergo panchakarma, an effective Ayurvedic cleaning and detox treatment, to effectively tackle the problem of addiction. Panchakarma therapies are available in an Ayurvedic clinic, as well as a through a home panchakarma regimen.


Reduce the dosage of the addictive chemical as part of this cleaning treatment. According to Ayurveda, it is not a good idea to entirely quit taking the addictive chemical all at once unless powerful treatments to cope with withdrawal are available, otherwise a stressful withdrawal syndrome would most likely ensue.

• We must strengthen the an effected organs in the case of nicotine toxicity (which affects the lungs and cardiovascular system) and alcohol toxicity (which affects the liver).

Use the following recipe to treat alcohol toxicity:

3 parts of chitrak 3 parts of kutki 3 times a day, take 12 teaspoon of these herbs with 2 tablespoons of aloe vera juice.

A bitter wine derived from aloe vera juice is recommended by Ayurveda. (It's known as kumari asava.)

A person who is addicted to alcohol can consume modest amounts of this mild, dry wine instead of strong liquor or other alcoholic drinks.

• 4 teaspoons diluted in an equal quantity of water is a good starting point. Then, while utilizing the aforementioned herbal formula to strengthen the injured liver, gradually lower the amount of herbal wine in the dosage.

Use the following recipe to treat tobacco toxicity:

Remove one-third to one-half of the tobacco from each cigarette (light at the end), then fill the paper with a mixture of rose petals, brahmi, and jatamamsi for a nicotine addict (equal proportions). 

Smoke until the tobacco begins to burn. Put out the cigarette as soon as the tobacco begins to burn.


Nicotine toxicity is reduced by doing nasya with brahmi ghee.


When a person has a strong urge to drink or smoke, he or she should usually go for a stroll in the fresh air.


If a person has a severe alcohol addiction and gets headaches, tremors, sleepiness, depression, or other alcohol withdrawal symptoms after they quit drinking, they should consult a doctor soon. 

Also, go for a swim, or do some other type of exercise to destress and vent excessive anxiety.


Some individuals drink because they don't have enough food to eat. They never feel hungry unless they have a drink.

Instead of drinking alcohol, individuals can drink ginger tea to enhance their appetite. 

Alternatively, try this tea recipe to activate Agni, the digestive fire:

  • 1 quart water Agni Tea 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper 12 handful ginger root, chopped 2 tblsp Sucanat (or other sugar substitute) a teaspoon of rock salt (between 18 and 12 teaspoons) 
  • In a saucepan, combine all of the ingredients and bring to a boil for 20 minutes.
  • Remove the saucepan from the heat and set it aside to cool for a few minutes before adding the juice of half a lime. Lime juice should not be cooked.


  • Some yoga movements would be beneficial as well. 
  • Sun Salutations and alternate nostril breathing should be added. 
  • Meditation in the So-Hum style will also be beneficial.

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Ayurvedic Healing Pastes for Your Skin


Ayurveda Pastes to Heal Your Skin:

Here are three pastes you may manufacture and use on your skin at home. They have the potential to be effective in the treatment of acne.

1.       Make a paste out of 1 teaspoon chickpea flour (available at Indian grocery stores and natural food stores) and enough water to cleanse your face with it.

2.       After rinsing, use one of the following methods: Make a paste using almond powder and a little water and apply it to your face. Allow it to dry and stay on your skin for up to 30 minutes before rinsing it off. (You may manufacture your own almond powder in a coffee or nut grinder.)

3.       A paste made from sandalwood and turmeric powders with goat's milk is skin-healing. To prepare a paste, combine 14 teaspoon turmeric and 12 teaspoon sandalwood powder, then add sufficient goat's milk. Make a mask out of this mixture and apply it to your face.


Note that your skin will seem yellow for up to 5 days, however this combination is quite effective in treating acne.

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Ayurvedic Home Remedy for Acne


Spots and pimples are frequently associated with pitta dosha and rakta (blood) issues in Ayurveda. Taming fiery pitta and clearing the blood of toxins are the keys to controlling these often-distressing illnesses.

  • Excess pitta can cause spots, discomfort, and redness when it circulates in the circulation and accumulates in the outer layer of the skin.
  • Acne patients are frequently prescribed oral and topical antibiotics, as well as steroid skin treatments, in conventional treatment.
  • Antibiotics can alter the delicate balance of your natural gut flora when used for lengthy periods of time, while steroids impair the skin's structure.

Ayurvedic therapies, which focus on decreasing pitta dosha and cleansing the blood, can be particularly successful for milder forms of acne and infrequent outbreaks.

  1. Cleanse Blood: Toxins must be removed from the bloodstream through proper digestion. Asparagus, cucumber, and leafy greens are all relaxing, pitta-reducing meals.
  2. Warm water flavored with a generous squeeze of lime juice, which is abundant in antioxidants, can also help clean the blood. Control your dairy consumption.
  3. Dairy can be consumed in moderation, but it should not be combined with foods that are incompatible.
  4. When eating dairy with fruit or fish, pitta is increased. Hard cheese is tamasic, which means it causes heaviness and sleepiness. This can lead to incorrect digestion, which can lead to further breakouts.
  5. Relax and unwind. Stress can also cause or aggravate spots and acne due to an overabundance of pitta dosha.

Paste for healing

This therapy will reduce inflammation and is prepared with soothing sandalwood, turmeric, and rosewater.

  1. Mix half a teaspoon of gram(chickpea) flour with half a teaspoon of sandalwood powder and a sprinkle of turmeric powder.
  2. Stir in a few drops of rosewater to make a smooth paste.
  3. Apply to the skin's afflicted regions and leave for 10 minutes.
  4. Rinse your skin gently and wipe dry with a clean cloth. Remove any residue with a cotton pad soaked in rosewater.

Ayurvedic Recipe for Balancing Cholesterol


High cholesterol is produced by increased kapha dosha and a disruption of the meda dhatu, or fat tissue, according to Ayurveda. Keeping cholesterol in control requires balancing kapha and maintaining a healthy meda dhatu.

Cholesterol, a lipid produced by the liver, is required for optimal body function, but too much can block arteries. Excess kapha dosha and an excessively fatty diet are common causes of high cholesterol.

Following Ayurvedic diet guidelines and exercising regularly to counterbalance kapha's static and dense features with vata's mobility can keep kapha dosha in control.


Bitter greens can help you cut through kapha's heavy, sticky, and greasy properties in your diet. Season sautéed greens with a pinch of salt and a squeeze of lime juice; the sharpness and acidity will help to minimise kapha. This is a wonderful and kapha-reducing side dish for any dinner.


Ingredients—serves 1

• 2 large handfuls of a mixture

of shredded greens, such as kale,

mustard greens, spinach, chard,

and fenugreek leaves

• 1 garlic clove, thinly sliced

• 1 small red chile, finely sliced

• 11⁄2 tsp in total of equal parts

fenugreek, fennel, cumin, coriander,

and mustard seeds

• 1

⁄2 tsp turmeric powder

• 1 tsp organic ghee

• Pinch of rock salt

• Squeeze of lime juice



Fry the garlic for a few seconds in the ghee, then add the chile and spices before adding the greens. Mix well and cook for a few minutes. Toss the greens with the salt and lime juice on a serving platter.

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