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Self Realization : Gnani Purush Dadashri

By Anami, Shuddha

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Title: Self Realization : Gnani Purush Dadashri  
Author: Anami, Shuddha
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, Self realization process
Collections: Religion, Authors Community, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India
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2014
Publisher: Shuddha Anami
Member Page: Shuddha Ananmi

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Translator, S. A. (2014). Self Realization : Gnani Purush Dadashri. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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Have you ever wondered 'Who am I?' in all this that happens and is happening in this life? Who are you, really? Are you really this body-mind complex. Knowing who you really are is Self realization. Self realization helps one become free from the problems of the mind and the body in daily life.

Summary
This book introduces the simple direct and easy path of experiencing the Self that is eternally separate from the constantly changing complex of mind-speech and body. This method is called the Gnan Vidhi. Before the Gnan Vidhi can happen, the Gnani Purush explains the seeker, the step less path to the Self called Akram Vignan.

Excerpt
If one has attained eternal bliss, and when the worldly pains do not affect him, then he has become free. Permanent bliss (param anand), is verily called liberation (moksha). What is the use of any other liberation? We want happiness. Do you like happiness or not? Tell me that. Questioner: All the struggles are for that only. Dadashri: Yes, you do not like that temporary happiness. Unhappiness (pain) follows this temporary happiness (pleasure); that is why one does not like it. If the happiness is permanent then unhappiness does not follow. One needs such happiness. When one attains such happiness; that is called moksha. What is the meaning of liberation? It is when one remains unaffected by any worldly pains; that verily is called liberation. Otherwise no one will remain unaffected by unhappiness.

 
 



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