On 17th February, 1455 new seekers attained Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Rajkot, India


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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Tuesday February 12, 2019

14th February is celebrated as Valentine’s Day, all over the world. On this day, people not only express their Love for one another, but they celebrate their love as well.

This love has its ups and downs. When expectations are met, love overflows. When they are not, that love disappears, albeit temporarily.

What kind of love is it? Is it really, true love? Let us take a closer look at an everyday situation: A young man’s parents celebrate his success at school with a party and reward his performance with a motorbike. Now, if within a few days, the young man wrecks it, his parents get angry and tell him that he does not deserve anything. They immediately take back the ‘certificate of merit’ they gave him only a few days ago. All their love vanishes!

Can this be love?


So does true love exist?


There is only one person in the world who has selfless pure love and that is the Self-realized person (Gnani). One can never find anything comparable to Their love. If one has the chance to see a Self-realized person (Gnani) and experience His aura of detachment just once in his life, he would surrender himself completely. Such a person will never be able to forget that love even for a moment for the rest of his life! In reality, Self-realized persons are themselves such that, They remain uninterruptedly in your memory. The Gnani’s love is such that, it never looks for faults in others and never changes. It does not overflow when someone offers praise nor does it turn hostile towards the one who insults.

So this Valentine’s Day, let us take the first step of nurturing such pure love in our hearts by developing a flawless vision. To learn more about the flawless vision, visit: https://www.dadabhagwan.org/path-to-happiness/spiritual-science/absolute-vision-of-the-enlightened-one/



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On 10th February, 1117 new seekers attained Self Realization through Gnan Vidhi Ceremony in Mumbai, India



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Happy Republic Day!

Thursday January 24, 2019

26th January, Republic Day, is a moment of pride for all Indians. The Constitution of Independent India was formed on this day. A Constitution of any country constitutes of a set of rules based on which functioning, justice, etc. is carried out.

Flag hoisting ceremonies, parades by the armed forces, as well as school children and other cultural functions are a big part of this celebration. It is also the day to acknowledge the contribution of our freedom fighters. Those of who served the country until their last breath. It is the fruit of their sacrifice that we are all able to lead a free democratic life today. A great salute to them because they did not think about themselves or their family and aimed to free the Nation out of hardships of Foreign rule.

Just like they spent their lives to serve their country

Let us have a look at what Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan, a Spiritual Scientist, says about the service of others. He says, “The purpose of the human life is service to others. Service to others means that you use your mind, your speech and your actions for others.” One may ask what is to gain, if he serves others in this way. What will he be left with? For which Param Pujya Dadashri responds, “The deepest science behind this is that when one uses his mind, speech and body for serving others, [you] will have everything. You will not encounter any obstacles in your life if you help others in any way. Moreover, service to others should be sincere and done from the heart; only then, it is fruitful. When service to people is done without any expectations of recognition, then it is real. Prestige may indeed come, but one should not have any expectations and desire for it.

So, let us come together this Republic Day and aim to serve others as much as possible with a pure intent of just serving. Thereby helping our nation, without any expectation or desire for recognition or any sort of prestige. 

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Rising Up, Up, Up

Saturday January 12, 2019

India is a land of variety. Each state in India celebrates it’s glory through diverse culture, traditions, festivals, lifestyle etc. One of the most auspicious festivals that marks the beginning of the New Year (as per the Gregorian calendar) is Makar Sankranti. It is celebrated on January 14, every year, across India to honour the Sun God, who is the symbol of energy, strength and power. People relate the festival with the harvest season, kite flying, bathing in sacred rivers etc. to absorb the power of Sun in different ways.

The power of the Sun is also associated to the qualities of a Gnani Purush (the enlightened One). The Gnani is said to have the dazzling majesty of the Sun-God. Those who come near Him can experience this strength and the Divine energy that is visible in His eyes. It is nature’s principle that, One becomes what one sees. One imbibes the virtues of a Gnani just by having faith in Him and being connected to Him.

What are the qualities that can make a Gnani great?

  • Infinite Compassion – His spirit of comforting and liberating all the creatures of the world from the agony and suffering is endless.
  • Pure Love – Whatever He does is for our own benefit. His pure love makes you complete and free.
  • Everywhere Adjustable – A Gnani can accept everyone’s viewpoints and hence can adjust with everyone.
  • Flawless vision – No matter what one does to a Gnani, His forgiveness is always the rewards he will get in return.
  • Purity – He doesn’t desire anything from the world and has unity and oneness with everyone.

These are just few of the 1008 qualities that a Gnani has.

This Makar Sankranti, as we look up at the soaring kites; let us also ask for strength to imbibe the qualities of a Gnani and rise higher in our life.

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