Spiritual Science of Speech : True Nature of Speech

Have you ever thought how this speech is spoken? When you pluck a string on a sitar, how many different sounds does it produce? Many. In the same way, as soon as you have the desire to utter just one word, other words will formulate and be spoken automatically. What made you say something although it was not your wish? 

Dadashri has exposed the true nature of speech. Speech is inanimate; it is a record. When you play a tape, does the tape not have to be recorded first? In the same way, the tape of your entire life speech has already been recorded in the past life and in this life it is playing. Just as a record starts playing when the needle is placed on the record, so will the record of your speech commence as soon as the appropriate circumstances arise.

Dadashri has also revealed the hidden secrets of how to clear past life karma, relation between inner intent and speech. Also know the scientific approach to stop lying and how to attain the power of speech.

Read on to get tremendous insight into the fundamental and subtle principles that govern speech.  

Science of Speech

Pujya Niruma describes the qualities required for powerful and persuasive speech, explaining that the quality of ego behind one's speech is of utmost importance.

Spiritual Quotes

  1. When you tell someone he is wrong, it is the same as throwing dirt over your own Soul.
  2. Using disturbing language is the greatest transgression of all, but when a person dismisses such words, he is truly considered a human being.
  3. To protect what you say is the greatest violence (himsa).To insist that what you say is absolutely true is himsa.
  4. The highest truth is one where no living being is hurt through the medium of the mind, the speech or the actions.
  5. The one who wants liberation, should not insist, 'This is what needs to be done, and this is how it has to be done.'
  6. To give advice that is not requested, God calls egoism.
  7. An obstruction to Self-Realization is to see fault in others.
  8. The only language worth recording in the mind-body complex is the language of love.
  9. Parmaarth (Ultimate Goal) means anything that is done for the Soul.
  10. The person whose mind, speech and conduct do not harm or hurt anyone in the slightest is considered sheelvan (highest of morals; purity) and one cannot have speech that is effective and efficacious and speech that liberates, without becoming a sheelvan.

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