On 9th December, 810 new seekers attained Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Anand, India.
Because it was Niruma’s Birthday, all the presentations were about Niruma. Little children aged 8 to 10 years, as well as teenagers aged 13 to 21 years, both boys and girls presented very nice dances on spiritual songs dedicated to Niruma. They also presented poems on Niruma, and shared memories of Niruma.
All the children then had the incredible opportunity to ask Pujyashree Deepakbhai questions in a session especially for them. Altogether the children asked nearly 40 to 50 questions.
Here is a glimpse of the questions asked by the children to Pujyashree:
Questioner : I distributed pamphlets about this special children’s session to my friends, but then some of them made fun of it and threw it into the dustbin.
Pujya Deepakbhai : It’s ok! We have to understand that they do not know the value of the Soul (Atma). Do you know if we give a diamond to a shepherd, what will he do? Because he will not know the value of the diamond, he will consider it a stone and tie it around his neck. However if you give the same diamond to a jeweler, he will make optimum use of it.
Questioner : How far is God from us?
Pujya Deepakbhai : He’s nearest to us! God is the most nearest to you! And your ego is the furthest from you.
1000 new seekers took Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Bhavnagar, India on 1st December.
In Savarkundla, 1000 new people took Gnan Vidhi (Self realization ceremony) on 27th November.
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On 24th November , 825 new seekers attained Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Baroda, India.
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Dada Bhagwan’s 106th Janma Jayanti (birth anniversary) was celebrated in a grand manner in Bharuch (Gujarat), India from 13th November to 17th November. There were numerous highlights during the 5 day event.
Not only was there a Theme Park designed for people of all ages, there was also an entire Children’s Park especially for children. The Children’s Park included theme based exhibitions, play zones, puppet shows, animation films, and many other interactive activities. Before this event, volunteers showed 50,000 children from 106 schools a presentation on Dada Bhagwan, out of which children from 27 schools came and gave excellent presentations on various topics such as saints, Spiritual Masters and devotional worship (bhakti). The presentations were made in an Amphitheatre that was specially created for the event.
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Here is a glimpse of the questions asked by attendees:
Questioner: Please explain the difference between humility (vinaya) and absolute humility (param vinay)?
Pujyashree: Vinaya is what one feels for a Guru, while param vinaya refers to what one feels for the Enlightened One (Gnani Purush).
Questioner: What is the shape of the Soul?
Pujyashree: It’s like water, which takes the shape of the glass it is poured into. In the same way, the Soul takes the shape of the body it is in.
Questioner: What is the difference between the feeling (bhaav) of devotion and dedication (aradhana) and the feeling (bhaav) of disrespect (viradhana)?
Pujyashree: To climb stairs is aradhana and to break down stairs is viradhana. While reading a newspaper, how many negative bhaav arises within, all those bhaav are viradhak bhaav.
Questioner: I have heard that one should let the ego flow, not to hold it. What does this mean?
Pujyashree: When we go beyond the present into the past or into the future, the ego is not flowing. When we are prejudice we have brought the past into the present – doing this disturbs everything. While having an opinion means we are bringing the future into the present – this also disturbs everything.
Questioner: I can see that Param Pujya Dadashri’s followers are completely intoxicated by Dadashri, what is the scientific reason behind this?
Pujyashree: There is a reason. Why does one get married, to become happy? Everyone is trying various means to become happy, whether it is by getting married, owning a business, having children etc. But no one is obtaining happiness. Only through Dadashri, are his followers getting real happiness, which is why they are intoxicated by Dadashri.
Pujyashree also shared a few details regarding Dadashri, here are a few of them:
It is very difficult to describe Dadashri; one has to be a perfect jeweler to know the true worth of a diamond. It is not possible to find such a person in this time.
Pujya Dada Bhagwan decided to wait and not attain ultimate salvation just yet, because of three things:
1) He believed that there should be way for married people to go to liberation (moksha)
2) He believed that women should also be able to progress on the path to moksha and that they should be able to attain an advanced stage in the experience of the Soul.
3) And he wanted to figure out who is running this world – because of this he discovered that the world is run on the natural energy of scientific circumstantial evidences (vyavasthit shakti).
Dadashri has complete oneness, first with all his followers, then with all the remaining human beings and subsequently with all the living beings in the world.
Janma Jayanti Day
Photo showing glimpses of the spectacular celebration in Bharuch.
A special discourse session with Pujyashree was organized for the 2700 volunteers who worked tirelessly during the Janma Jayanti event.
Here is an awesome experience showing the dedication, grace, sincerity, and service (seva) without the inner hidden enemies of anger, pride, deceit and greed.
Due to non-stop rain, an enormous amount of water had collected on the grounds where the event was to be celebrated. It was deemed impossible to hold this event but Dadashri’s followers, from the surrounding areas collectively gave continuous service for 1 month prior to the event, in order to help take out all the water. They did not return to their own lands to take care of their crops, in fact they used their personal tractors for this event and for their agricultural needs they hired tractors and paid rent for them.
2700 new seekers took Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Bharuch, India on 17th November.
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In Adalaj, 1150 new people took Gnan Vidhi (Self realization ceremony) on 10th November.
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In India, Diwali is celebrated with the lighting earthen lamps called ‘diyas.’ This symbolizes the power of light overcoming the darkness! Cleaning homes, lighting lamps, burning fire crackers, and going to worship at the Temple is symbolic of light overcoming darkness.
There are several mythological legends that are behind the celebration of Diwali since time immemorial. In northern India, Diwali is celebrated to commemorate the joyful return of Lord Rama from exile to Ayodhya after killing Ravana, which indicated the dawn of positivity and light. While in Southern India, Diwali is commemorated to revere Lord Vishnu who killed the demon Bali. Lord Krishna killed the mighty Narakasura on this day as well. The Sikhs celebrate this day to commemorate the return of their Guru Hargovind Ji from detention; whereas the Jains celebrate the day to mark the nirvana (ultimate freedom from the cycle of birth and death) of Lord Mahavir. On 3rd November, in Adalaj(Gujarat, India) Diwali was celebrated with a grand night of bhakti in the Tri-Mandir in the presence of all the Gods and Goddesses, and everyone’s beloved Pujya Deepakbhai.
After the night of bhakti, the Indian New Year started with a celebration of food called ‘Annakut.’ It is a grand offering of food to Lord Krishna, which represents gratitude to the Lord for his blessings. Pujya Deepakbhai lovingly fed items from ‘Annakut’ to Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan and Pujya Niruma. The ‘Annakut’ was left for darshan for all in attendance and was later distributed to visitors and followers as Prasad (food offered to God).
Pujya Deepakbhai’s New Year message to all of Dada’s followers was to keep awareness on who is the real doer in this world. He reminded them to recognize that the circumstances are the ‘doer.’ Scientific circumstantial evidences come together in order for any event to occur. The New Year message was followed by the devotional viewing of God (darshan). Param Pujya Dadashri had said that on the Indian New Year day, He is in the absolute state and so by doing His darshan on this day, one can reap tremendous benefit. Over 9000 followers came to do darshan of Pujya Deepakbhai on this auspicious day.
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Diwali is not a celebration where one should only brighten their external home, but it is also a celebration where one should brighten their internal home, their Soul. This would remove all kinds of darkness from their life, forever. With the help of the Spiritual Knowledge of the Self one can defeat the darkness of their inner enemies; their anger, pride, attachment and greed. So, why not make 2014 a truly auspicious year, by bidding farewell to the inner darkness forever, via the Scientific Process of Self Realization? For more information on the schedule of the next Self Realization ceremony, please visit: http://www.dadabhagwan.org/schedule/satsang-q-a-session/