On 13th Jan, 2017, 550 (300+ Marathi Speaking) new people took Gnan Vidhi (Self-Realization ceremony) in Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.

 

 

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Happy Makar Sankranti !!!

Thursday January 12, 2017

When you hear the word uttarayan, kites fly in your mind and you imagine the amount of fun you will have. Even when there is no wind, you keep trying to make your kite fly. You derive more happiness from cutting someone else’s kite, than from just flying your own kite. You also keep a back-up kite ready to fly, for the time when your kite is cut.  
In the same way, when someone cuts your mistake with criticism, you should be ready to hold on and fly with the string of positivity. If you take the criticism positively and improve on your mistakes or points of criticism, it will not only make you fly higher in life, but also allow you to achieve higher goals.

Param Pujya Dadashri says, “You have to see just one thing the “positive”. The world is on the path of the positive and the negative. Sooner or later, it will make the negative into positive. So why not make it positive right from the start?”

Apply this key of positive thinking in your life and see the difference.

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Self Realization Ceremony In Aurangabad

Wednesday January 11, 2017

600 (300+ Marathi Speaking) new seekers took Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Aurangabad on 10th Jan,2017.

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Self Realization Ceremony In Mumbai

Monday January 9, 2017

In Mumbai, 1700 new people took Gnan Vidhi (Self-Realization ceremony) on 8th Jan, 2017.

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Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan’s Punyatithi

Saturday December 31, 2016

Even today we feel His Infinite extraordinary divine exuberance!

Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan was a Gnani Purush, who lived in the current time cycle and graced thousands of people with the knowledge of the Self.

He left His mortal body on January 2, 1988. Hence this day is celebrated as Param Pujya Dadashri’s punyatithi (death anniversary). He always said that, "I do not live in sansar (worldly life) at all, not even for a moment. I remain in the Self. I live constantly in the state of the Self (moksha), constantly maintaining spiritual awareness." And, the same spiritual awareness was present within Him even at the time of His death. This is known as samadhi maran’ or a blissful death. Even though there might be physical suffering, the Self doesn’t experience any of it. He says that, there is absolutely no suffering during a samadhi maran, neither to the person nor to those around him. Such a state is possible and easy to attain for those who have taken Gnan (knowledge of the Self).

Even though Param Pujya Dadashri has left His mortal body, He is still living amongst us in subtle form bestowing His blessings and energy to help us remain in our Absolute Self and progress ahead onto the path of liberation.

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