The eleventh month Radha is named after the intimate of Lord Krishna whose very nature is 'Love Universal'.
|Thought of the day
|Once Divinity dawns, the negative attitude to life goes far away.
|Realization is not possible unless moderation and balance are restored.
|When you have played your part fully well, the Ultimate cannot fall short in playing His part.
|To cultivate moderation we have to pay special attention to external ways of life too.
|The proper sort of training, if the Guru is perfect, is that the teacher should generate among his disciples that sort of smell which leads them to the garden.
|I may say here that Reality is not the field for cowards. Lion-hearted men alone can dare approach Reality and men are made so, by Natural Path.
|Under the Natural Path system of spiritual training, the action of senses is regulated in a natural way so as to bring them to their original state, i.e. just as it was when we assumed the human form for the first time.
|With the overemphasis on "Self" morality decays.
|At bed time, feeling the presence of God, repent for the wrongs committed unknowingly. Beg forgiveness in a supplicant mood, resolving not to allow the repetition of the same.
|The most important and unfailing means of success is Prayer.
|The prayer must be offered in such a way as if some most miserable man is laying down his miseries with a deeply afflicted heart before the Supreme Master, imploring His mercy and grace, with tearful eyes.
|We must snatch a few minutes from our hours of rest (preferably at bed-time) and pray to God with a sincere heart for His guidance and support on the path of duty.
|When one has accepted Him as the Master he can lay before Him every wrong committed unknowingly by him, or anything that might be against the principle, in the capacity of one feeling guilty.
|The best method for that (shortening the distance between oneself and the Master) would be to maintain in our thought a constant feeling of His presence.
|God is the real Guru or Master and we get Light from Him alone.
|When He has come to know that someone happens to be His real Seeker and Lover, then it would become a sure condition for His coming close to you.
|We acquire the state of highest purity by establishing the relationship of devotion.
|The feeling of humility, which may as well be expressed as a state of supplicancy, covers within it the condition of innocence.
|Our ancestors had sought their ways of realisation in the forests. We under the Natural Path system try to create such an atmosphere around us in our homes so that they serve the purpose of forests.
|Meekness refers to that feeling of mind in which, on being rebuked by others, one feels his own self to be at fault, and for which he has to yield to what is meted out to him.
|Repentance is nothing but a jerk to the thought-waves which creates to a certain extent a state of vacuum within him.
|Human perfection lies in realising the Master as Master in true sense, and oneself as His slave devoted entirely to His service.
|In fact there can possibly be no hallmark to the advancement of the human soul, because we have finally to enter into Infinity.
|We have to reach a point where consciousness assumes its true form (i.e. what it really ought to be).
|'One is unaware to the extent that he is aware'.
|The merits of a thing can be rightly judged only by direct experience.
|The infallibility of will (special will) is in fact the real interpretation of the characteristic feature of Brahma-gati the state of Brahman.
|Divinity is a play, and Divine the way!
|He introduces in the abhyasi the Pure State of Divinity, which he is having because this is his work.
|When you begin to embrace the Reality, it echoes towards you also.