The ninth month Samadrishti is named after the nature of Lord Krishna who treats all as equal.
|Thought of the day
|Our present degenerated state is the reaction of thoughts, and by the help of thoughts alone will we be able to evolve our-selves.
|If a man wants to work out the problems of his life easily, he should give right suggestions to the mind.
|Our actions and thoughts count much in our wrong making.
|When a man goes on with his usual work, of whatever nature it might be, in the sense of duty having no weight or impression of it upon his heart, he spoils neither himself nor the cosmos.
|I would therefore prefer to induce people to forget themselves instead of knowing themselves.
|When we are really quite unconscious of the very presence of peace, we are in true sense free from the impression or the weight of the feeling.
|Perfect peace is one of its high stages, although the real thing is still onwards, when even the consciousness of peace fails.
|When you have a mind to do the work for the good of humanity, you will naturally get it.
|To him who might be eager to have experience of that Infinite plane, I may say that he must step into it after brushing aside all the effects of feelings.
|Bhog does not only mean undergoing the effect of our past actions but it really means passing through the process of unfolding the intricacies of the point which we have already arrived at.
|Our belongings are a pile of Samskaras (impressions) with their resultant effects in the form of complexities and the diverse coverings, which we have gathered round the soul and which are the results of our thoughts and actions.
|Anything that comes to us for our ultimate good, may it be from any medium, fills our heart with delight and promotes in us a sense of gratitude.
|True faith is really an unspeakable virtue which is beyond the scope of religion.
|Be happy to eat in constant Divine thought whatever you get, with due regard to honest and pious earnings.
|Happiest man is he, who is happy under all circumstances, and that is the part of a saint.
|It is a hidden dictum of Nature that every soul must live a happy and restful life.
|A happy disposition is a state which percolates its effect upon the lower layers and purifies them.
|While taking food we fix our thought upon the Ultimate which we have finally to attain, in order to take in its effect too, and increase our purity all the more
|Our rules provide for taking food in the remembrance of God.
|The thing got from Nature is very pure because its basis is purity. The thing earned by man can also remain in a pure state when that is got through pure and pious means.
|If it (Food) is taken meditating all the while on God it will cure all kinds of spiritual diseases and remove things which hinder our progress.
|The power of Prana being all pervasive, nothing is free from its influence. It is inside the food as well as outside it.
|A man should have the desire of drinking the whole river of spirituality.
|If one can sell his heart, i.e. make a gift of it to the Divine Master, hardly anything more remains to be done.
|Self surrender is nothing but a state of complete resignation to the will of the master, with total disregard of self.
|We get power from our thought. It happens only when we create perfect harmony between things of our making and those of the Divine.
|Whatever act you do, do it in the thought "It is the Divine's command and therefore it is my duty to do so", so that the state of remembrance should continue steadfast.
|When surrender is perfect the idea of surrender itself is gone, and it becomes completely natural.
|Acquiring mastery over a certain condition is nothing but merging in it just like medicine which gets dissolved into the body of a man.
|When we surrender ourselves to the Great Master we begin to attract a constant flow of the highest Divine force from Him.