The eighth month Krishna is named after Lord Krishna the Avatar and the Head of all organisation of Rev.Babuji (because they are not distinguishable) whose birthday falls in this month.
|Thought of the day
|It is all absorbing attachment (bondage) to Reality alone, which liberates one from every other bondage.
|When we do something by applying our head and heart we form impressions.
|Service and sacrifice are the two main instruments with which we build the temple of spirituality, love of course being the fundamental basis.
|The world will soon realise that no nation on the surface of the earth can survive without spirituality as its base.
|Service to fellow beings is service to God in the real sense, if it is not done out of any selfish motive.
|It was all really the effect of our own thoughts and actions that converted brothers and friends into strangers.
|The development of the feeling of universal brotherhood means the breaking up of the individual network that separated one from the other, and the closer adherence to the tie of fraternity.
|Let the light of the Real, shine in the heart of everyone so that we may rise up to the expectations of the Divine!
|This world is in fact a reflection of the other world (Astral world).
|Existence, in this sense, means a loss of being (called essence) and loss of existence would mean the gain of being (essence).
|Dr.KCV VolI 342
|He (Rev.Lalaji Maharaj) used to say, "Our home is the training ground of patience and endurance."
|The Natural Path provides a system in which, while living a normal worldly life in the way that all our actions may become penances themselves, we try to achieve our highest Goal - The Ultimate.
|We should try only to build the future and not waste our time in thinking of the past.
|Truly speaking, we ourselves are the makers of fate.
|The real cause of anger is usually oneís own refractory temperament.
|Take everything as coming from the Lord, so that the feelings of resentment may not arise.
|The greatest obstruction on the path of spirituality is offered by our feelings of partiality and prejudice, which may be roughly assumed as a type of ahamkara.
|Lord Krishna had originally introduced bhakti in Raja Yoga in a way the yogis know, because he knew the time was at hand when life would be uncertain.
|The end of desires means the stopping of the formation of Samskaras.
|The external help comes in the form of suffering caused by the wrongs done by others, against which the people generally poison their thought on account of their own ignorance.
|We should do our duty to uplift the mankind not minding whether they are doing their duty towards us properly.
|Be not revengeful for the wrongs done by others. Take them with gratitude as heavenly gifts.
|The disturbed state of mind is more often due to the tyranny of one's own heart and to a brooding nature.
|We should never act in such a way that anyone can lift a finger against us.
|Another external thing necessary for the beginner is that he should practice restraint in thought, word and deed so as not to injure the feelings and prick the hearts of others.
|Thoughts have life and they also work on the lives of others.
|If the practice is systematically done on both these points (Pt.A and Pt.B), desires will soon begin to bid farewell.
|We blow our own trumpet in our own thoughts, and lose a lot in the process.
|By the effect of our vicious thoughts and actions we spoil our sense of discrimination and right cognition.
|When we remain in contact with ideas and thoughts of different kinds, they leave impressions upon our emotional feelings and senses.
|The best way to get rid of them (thoughts) is to be unmindful towards them and treat them as you treat uninvited guests.