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One Becomes ‘Tuberless’ With Samayik-Pratikraman (Hindi Dadavani August-2014)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: One Becomes ‘Tuberless’ With Samayik-Pratikraman (Hindi Dadavani August-2014)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
Language: Hindi
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
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Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
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Having attained Self-Knowledge through the grace of absolutely revered Gnani Purush Dadashri, Mahatmas just have to follow the five Agna. In reality, to follow the five Agna is itself samayik. However, here we do samayik-pratikraman to wash off past mistakes or to wash off mistakes that arise in worldly interactions. In Akram, samayik means nothing else; one just needs to remain the Knower-Seer of whatever sprouts in the mind.Our samayik is to ‘see’ the phases of the past that have been closed (not ‘seen’).The faults are ‘seen’ through Gnan, the Self becomes present ‘seeing’ everything of the entire life. Now, anger-pride-deceit-greed are no longer charged, but the tubers of the past that give rise to effect remain; the Purushartha of dissolving these karmic tubers through daily samayik remains. One needs to recall each mistakes and recall-apologize-repent (alochana-pratikraman-pratyakhyan) for the same. This samayik of the Akram path is the vitamin for the Soul.


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