HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY 2015!

It is time to celebrate the spirit of patriotism and commemorate the sacrifices of many great heroes on this 68th Independence Day of India. Many fought, made strategies, led huge movements, gave up their lives, all with only one goal of freeing India from the clutches of colonial rule.

While India has become an independent country, how many of us truly feel independent? How many of us are still slaves – Slave to our ego? Slave to expectations from others and from ourselves? Slave in the race to prove ourselves? Slave to agony and pain?

While we may realize our slavery, but how we do we become free from such internal slavery?

Well, there is someone who has struggled, not just in one life, but since infinite life-times, to attain freedom from such internal slavery, freedom from slavery to ego, anger, pride, greed, deceit!

It’s none other than Dada Bhagwan and his Akram Vignan. No meditation, no rituals, no religious barriers – only understanding through spiritual discourses – Understanding Who am I? What is ego? What is Soul? Can I live a contented life?

Dada Bhagwan’s Spiritual Science is here to free us from the clutches of internal slavery to ego! Let’s become a truly independent Self!

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Website Updates August 2015

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Take a look at the photographs of Pujya Deepakbhai’s Chicago Shibir 2015, Boston Shibir 2015, New jersey khatmuhurt 2015, Houston toronto tour 2015 and Brazil Tour 2015 .
 
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1. Kolkata Satsang 2006 (in marathi - 15 Parts),
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o In English -Bhagavad Gita on dadabhagwan.org
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Uprooting Depression Permanently in a scientific way
 
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Subtitles of Beginners Videos
 
1. Step-less path of Spiritual Science (Akram Vignan in Gujarati),
2.Priceless gift of Spiritual Science (Anmol Bhet Adhyatm Vignanni) .
 
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Samayiks with Hindi Subtitles
 
New Samayiks with Hindi subtitles have been added on the following topics. (Please click on ’cc’ to view the Hindi subtitles)
1. धार्युं करने के लिए किए हुए दोष (Dhaaryu Karvaa Maate Thayelaa Dosho) - Parayan 2010
2. कर्मबीज, कर्मफल और कर्मफल परिणाम में विज्ञान की समझ से हल (Karmabij, Karmafal & Karmafal parinaam Maa Vignaan Ni Samaj Thi Ukel) - Parayan 2010
3.सेवा में कर्तापना के आधार पर किए हुए दोष (Seva Ma Kartaapanaa Naa Aadhaare Thayelaa Dosho) - Parayan 2010.
 
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Happy Friendship Day

In honor of Friendship’s Day, let us reflect on what makes a good friend:

  • Someone who is amicable, who helps you enjoy life.

  • Someone who supports you through your suffering.

  • Someone who is honest and trustworthy.

  • Someone who teaches you and guides you.

  • And most importantly someone who loves you unconditionally.

Of course there are innumerable qualities that make a person a good friend, but these are some of the main points. Our Gnanis, Param Pujya Dadashri, Pujya Niruma, and Pujya Deepak Bhai, are the epitomes of a friend. Who is more amicable than a person who sees the divine in everyone and everything? They not only help you through any and all suffering, they eradicate it from your life. This Gnan teaches you the ultimate truth that leads you to ultimate liberation. Their love for each of their disciples is pure unconditional love with no strings attached and they see the true you; not the temporary package but the Pure Soul. The only wish they have for you is for you to understand your true Self and reach moksha. This Friendship’s Day, let us honor our Gnani’s wish for us as they selflessly have given their lives to help us. Let us pay it forward by applying this Gnan. 

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Gurupurnima

What is a guru?

A guru is more than just a teacher; he is a guide. He teaches his disciples the ultimate truth, he offers the tools to overcome ego by introducing a person to his true self- the pure soul. He teaches what is right from wrong and how to absolve yourself of past wrongs. When a person truly surrenders to the Guru’s guidance, he will become free from suffering and achieve eternal bliss.

What is the importance of a Guru?

A guru is the only person who can guide a person on the path to liberation so that he or she can finally escape the illusion with truth and no longer suffer through the bondage of sorrow and death.

What is Gurupurnima?

Gurupurnima is an Indian festival which is celebrated during the full moon when the Guru is in his full form. The word Guru literally translates to Gu- darkness, and Ru- Antidote of darkness. Just as the full moon illuminates the dark night, it is during this sacred time that the guru’s disciples will be able to receive the most “light” from his guru so that they can find their way out of the darkness and achieve more towards their spiritual growth. Param Pujya DadaBhagwan states that whatever is asked of him during this time in relation to ones progress towards achieving enlightenment, he will grant it.  The DadaBhagwan Foundation makes the most out of the auspicious period by holding a week shibir every year for all of its followers as well as anyone who is interested in finding truth and a path towards liberation. This year it will be in Phoenix, Arizona from July 26- July 31, 2015. Pujya Deepakbhai will hold satsangs on the 27th& 28th, perform GnanVidhi on the 29th and on the final day, Gurupurnima Day, everyone who attends will get a chance to do a personal darshan with Pujya Deepakbhai. Every year people gather from all over the world to attend this event, because not only is it spiritually fulfilling, it is also filled with fun events, including a children’s cultural show and garba.

To find more information about Gurupurnima click here

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Parents’ Day 2015

Parents’ Day

All of us would agree that we may not need a ‘Parents’ Day’ to celebrate the importance of our parents – who raise us, love us, support us and sometimes scold us for our good! Thanking them every day may not enough!

However, today we may choose to take a moment and think as to what is it that we have done for them? Have we fulfilled our duties towards them? Have we shown our love and respect to them?

And more importantly, have we ever hurt them by our mind, body or speech?  -  Through arguments, fights, stubbornness, disobedience, clash over difference of opinions, taking them for granted, ignoring them?

Do you know the consequences of such behavior? Param Pujya Dadashri says, “Children who see faults in their parents will never be happy. They may have material wealth, but they would never be happy spiritually. You must never see faults in your parents. How can you forget what they have done for you?”

On the occasion of Parents’ Day, why not take a vow to never hurt our parents? And how about a deep repentance (pratikraman) and seeking forgiveness for the hurting we have done to them? Food for thought! Happy Parents’ Day!!

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