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There is more to life than just living. There has got to be more to life than to just live. There should be a higher purpose in life. The purpose of life is to come to the real answer of 'Who am I?' This is the unanswered question of infinite previous lives.

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Right from our school days, we have been praying to God and goddesses, doing bhakti, and relating God and religion in many ways.

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What is karma? Can good karma neutralise bad karma? Why do the good people suffer?  When do karmas stop occurring? 
As long as you are binding karmas, there will always be a next birth for you. If you bind karmas, you will have to experience the effects in the next life.

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Many of us have faithfully adhered to religious rituals. We have surrendered ourselves to strict penance, fasting, meditation, and other such austerities, only to discover that we still make mistakes through our minds, our speech, and our conduct.

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Ahimsa  (Non violence) is to maintain the awareness of not hurting any living being, even to the slightest degree, through one's mind, speech and actions.When this principle remains firm in your conviction and awareness then progress will occur in spirituality.

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The word love has been misused to such an extent, that every step of the way we question its meaning. If this were real love, then how can it be like this? Where can one find love? What is real love?
Only the Gnani  (The Enlightened One) who is the embodiment of love can give us the real definition of love. Real love does not increase or decrease.

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What is Celibacy? Why celibacy is important? How to be free from sexual attraction?
This book is a compilation of discourses of Gnani Purush Dadashri on the topic of Celibacy and all its overt and subtle aspects and benefits with scientific exactness.
Celibacy/Brahmacharya is the essence of the living body.With Celibacy/brahmacharya your worldly aims will be accomplished.

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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.

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What is death? What is happening in the dying process? What happens after death? Who can talk about the experience of death? The dead cannot speak of their experiences. Those who are born do not have knowledge of their prior existence. No one knows what happens before birth and after death. Param Pujya Dadashri, through his Gnan, has exposed all the mysteries of death exactly as they are.

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"One binds karma by seeing faults in others and becomes free from his karma by seeing his own  faults" is the principle of karma.
It is the "Ignorance of ones`s real Self" that is the biggest mistake of all.It is merely the lack of understanding of 'Who am I?' is the root cause of all mistakes.

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Why despite being so deeply involved in religion and religious pratices, our behavior does not reflect it? Are you not frustrated and confused by it? What is the reason behind this? 
Pujya Dadashri has clarified the mystery behind such confusion.  He says that all conduct and behavior is a result of past life causes. It is an effect.

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Param Pujya Dadashri explains the fundamental meaning of Trimantra in this book. Tri-Mantra is a mantra or prayer with the power to subdue all difficulties, obstacles in life & experience peace / shanti.
In this prayer or mantra obeisance is offered to all beings of supremeawareness.i.e. Lord Mahavir, Lord Krishna or Lord Rama, Lord Shiva, Simandhar Swami etc.

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Any focused mental activity is mano-yoga (meditation). But it has no benefit if it is done without a goal (dhyey) in mind. When you go to a train station do you not have to give the ticket master your destination for your ticket? Do you not have to give him the name of the station you want to go? People keep telling one, "Do dhyan (meditation). Do meditation.

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Ego is not to be removed; egoism (ahankar) is to be removed. Ego means I -  referred to as existence : 'I am' (astitva). To say 'I am', for what is your own Self (swaroop) is not egoism. All living beings are aware of their existence: 'I am' (astitva). However, they do not have the awareness of reality: 'what I am' (vastutva).

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Have you ever noticed that in any relationship, if you dislike someone, you start to see faults in them? This constant act of finding faults leads to one becoming scornful (tiraskar) towards that person. So whenever you come into contact with that individual you feel uneasy. This feeling of uneasiness coupled with intense dislike causes one to fear that individual.

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