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Who Am I?

Who Am I?

There is more to life than just living. There has 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. The missing links of the search for ‘Who am I?’ are now being provided through the words of the Gnani Purush (The One who is completely Self-Realized). These words are edited for the purpose of comprehension. Who am I? What am I not? Who is the Self? What is mine? What is not mine? What is bondage? What is Moksha (liberation)? Is there a God? What is God? Who is the ‘doer’ in the world? Is God the ‘doer’ or not? What is the real nature of God? What is the nature of the real ‘doer’ in this world? Who runs the world? How does it function? What is the real nature of illusion? Whatever one knows is it real or is it an illusion? Will one become free or remain bound with the knowledge one has? This book will give the precise understanding of the truth behind these questions.

Avoid Clashes

Avoid Clashes

The clashes in daily life need to be resolved. Why do we want to spoil everything through conflicts? This simply does not suit us. People abide by traffic laws, which are strict regulations. They don't drive according to their own interpretations, do they? Because they abide by traffic regulations, they are spared from accidents. Likewise, in your daily life you must follow the laws that prevent clashes. Clashes occur because you follow your own laws and interpretations. When people obey the traffic laws there are no difficulties with the way traffic runs. If you apply the same rule with this understanding to your daily interactions, you will never run into difficulties again. The problems arise because of your own limited interpretations of the laws of life. There is a fundamental error in understanding the laws of life. The one who explains these laws must have a thorough experience of these laws. Read further to understand why conflicts occur, what are the types of conflict, how to avoid conflicts in relationships and find remedy for conflict free life which will help transform your mindset into a more positive one. The aim is to fill your life with peace and joy and help anchor you to walk the path of spirituality more firmly and thus attain ultimate liberation (Moksha).

Adjust Everywhere

Adjust Everywhere

Do we complain when a sewer stinks? In the same manner people who are disagreeable and negative are like the sewers. Whatever smells unpleasant, we call it a sewer and whatever smells pleasant we call it a flower. Adjust to both. Both situations are telling you, 'Become Vitraag (beyond attachment and abhorrence or detached) with us.' We all have adjusted to disagreeable circumstances many times in our lives. For instance, we use an umbrella when it rains. We do not question, argue or resist rain. Likewise, whether we enjoy studying or not, we have to adjust and study. However, when it comes to disagreeable people, we somehow tend not to just question, argue and resist, often we end up in a conflict. Why is this so? Param Pujya Dadashri (master of spiritual science) has revealed 'ADJUST EVERYWHERE' as the ultimate understanding to help cope with constantly changing circumstances and preventing conflicts resulting to peace and happiness. This simple yet powerful phrase has the power to change your life,… read on to learn how.

Whatever Has Happened Is Justice

Whatever Has Happened Is Justice

If you say that whatever happens is justice, you will remain without any questions. People however, are out to look for justice and desire liberation as well. This is a contradiction. You cannot have both. Where questions end, liberation begins. In this science of ours, called Akram Vignan (the step less knowledge of the self) there remains no questions. That is why it is so easy for people to follow. Param Pujya Dadashri (master of spiritual science) has given the extraordinary discovery to the world that there is never any injustice in this world. Whatever has happened is justice. Nature has never deviated from justice. Nature is not a person or a God who is under any influences. Nature means scientific circumstantial evidences. So many circumstances have to be right for a task to be accomplished.

Fault Is Of The Sufferer

Fault Is Of The Sufferer

If a person suffers, it is because of his own mistakes. If a person enjoys happiness, it is the reward of his good deeds. But the law of the world is such that it accuses the nimit (the apparent 'doer' - person who inflicts the suffering). God's law, the Real Law, catches the real culprit. This law is exact and no one can ever change it. There is no law in this world that can inflict suffering upon anyone, not even the law of the government. Whenever we have to endure suffering when there is no apparent fault on our part, we feel hurt and we repeatedly question why me ? Where am I wrong? Who is at fault? Is it the fault of the robber or the one who was robbed? If you want to know who is at fault in this world, find the one who suffers. What are the causes behind your suffering? Param Pujya Dadashri (master of spiritual science) gives the essence of all the scriptures and tells you exactly how nature's justice works in the book 'The fault is of the sufferer'.


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