Tuesday, October 19, 2021


October 19, 2021, Tuesday

Ashwini Shukla Chaturdashi, Mangalvaar,
Vikram Samvat 2075

Benefits of an Unfaltering Aim

It is extremely essential to know, what is the aim of a human birth?  What is the aim of our life ? Just as, when a man leaves his house,  but if he has no idea of where he has to go, then what will be his state?

   If he asks someone -  please tell me the directions?  And he replies, ‘Directions, to which place, sir?’  And he says - ‘To any place !’ He replies - ‘Then go anywhere !  What is there for me to tell you?’. If the intent to go to Badrinarayan is decidedly confirmed, then directions to it,  will also be revealed, and the means to get their will also be investigated.  Where to go from, how to go, whether walking, by car, all this will come together later on,   but one must first have this single-pointed thought within him, that we want to go to Badrinarayan.   Similarly,  the main aim of human birth is to realize God.  However, due to not recognizing this aim, even on attaining this human birth, man declines and takes the downward path !

This human birth can been attained at the end of many births ‒

लब्ध्वा सुदुर्लभमिदं बहुसम्भवान्ते  

(श्रीमद्भा ११ । ९ । २९)

Labdhva Sudurlabhmidum Bahusambhavaante

(Srimad Bhagwat 11.9.29)

Bahunaam janmanaamante jnaanavaanmaam prapadyate,

Vasudevah sarvamiti sa Mahaatmaa sudurlabhah.  

(Gita 7:19)

"In the very last of all births (i.e. in the human birth) the man of realization, worships Me, realizing that all is God.  Such a great soul is very rare." (Gita 7:19).

There is one exceptional point,  that this human birth is also the first of many births, as well as, the last of all births.  The beginning of all births was with a human birth and its end will also be with human birth.   When did the beginning of births take place, how did it happen, who did it, etc. all these talks cannot be known and it is not essential to know these.   However, we can end the births and there is a need to end these births. It as been said in the Gita ‒

यं यं वापि स्मरन्भावं त्यजत्यन्ते कलेवरम् ।

तं तमेवैति कौन्तेय  सदा तद्भावभावितः ॥

                                                        (८ । ६)

Yum yum vaapi smaranbhaavam tyajatyante kalevaram |

Tam tamevaiti kaunteye sadaa tadbhaavabhaavitah ||

(Gita 8/6)

Whatever objects or being one recollects,  at the time of leaving this body, that alone he attains, as having been always in these thoughts.   (Gita 8/6)

‒ from this point it is proven that after attaining human birth, we are readying ourselves for the next birth ‒

‘कारणं गुणसङ्गोऽस्य सदसद्योनिजन्मसु ॥’ (गीता १३ । २१)

kaaranam gunasangosya sadasadyonijanmasu |

(Gita 13/21)

Attachment to the modes becomes the cause of its birth, in good and evil bodies." (Gita 13/21)

It means,  that we are independent in going into birth or death cycle, or in being freed from it.   If we want to be freed from birth and death cycle once and for all, then the most important point is,  having the one and only aim of God Realization.

to be continued.....

From book ‘Jin Khoja Tin Paayiyaa’  by Swami Ramsukhdasji

Tuesday, September 26, 2017



Beholding God Everywhere

Bijam maam sarvabhootaanaam viddhi paarth sanaatanam
(Gita 7/10)
"O' Partha, know Me as the eternal (Sanatana) seed of all beings; (Gita 7/10)

Ye chaiva saatvikaa bhaava raajasaastaamasashch ye |
Matta eveti taanviddhi na tvaham teshu te mayyi ||
(Gita 7/12)

Whatever entities are born of sattva (mode of goodness or purity), of rajas (mode of activity or passion) and tamas (the mode of inertia or ignorance), know them all as evolved from Me; yet still neither I am in them, nor are they in Me. (Gita 7/12)

Yacchaapi sarvabhootaanaam beejam tadahamrjun |
Na tadasti vinaa yatsyaanmaya bootam charaacharam || (Gita 10/39)

O' Arjuna, I am the seed of all beings. There is no creature, animate or inanimate, that can exist without Me. (Gita 10/39)

Just as a seed becomes a tree, similarly God only becomes the world. God only is the seed of all movable and immovable creatures.

Not only that, further ahead God says - "Sadasacchaahumrjun" (Gita 9/19) "I am being (real) and non-being (unreal) both." In this world besides being and non-being, there is nothing else. The world is non-being, and That which resides in it, our Lord, is being. The body is unreal, the one who resides in it is real. The embodied soul is real. The world and this body are constantly changing, but the jeevatma (embodied soul) and Paramatma (God) are unchanging (without any modification). God says that the changing is also Me and the unchanging is also Me. The perishable is also me and the Imperishable is also Me. Even Arjuna says -

"Tvamaksharam sadsattaparam yat" (Gita 11/37)
"You are the being (real), the non-being (unreal), and that which is beyond both being and non-being i.e. the Imperishable Brahma.

to be continued......
From "Sab Jagah Ishvar Roop Hai" in Hindi by Swami Ramsukhdasji

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Sunday, September 24, 2017



Beholding God Everywhere

If there is a hungry man at home then you give him lentils, grains, sweets, puri (Indian bread) etc. You can make anything and give him, but you cannot give him hunger. That hunger should be one's own. On there being a deep and intense yearning for God Realization, there should be no reason for delay. You are ready to see, and God is ready to see, then where is the cause for delay?

God Realization is extremely easy! So easy, that no other work is that easy. Ease-difficulty, effortlessness-complexity, this is only where you have to put effort, to do something. Or if there is distance from the object that is to be acquired, then effort is required to get to it. Where there is nothing to be done, in that what is easy and what is difficult? What is complex and what is simple? How is God so easily attainable? Now let us think over this.

This verily are the words of Lord Krishna -

Bahunaam Janmanaamante gyaanvaanmaam prapadyante |
Vasudevah Sarvamiti sa mahatma sudurlabhah ||
(Gita 7/19)

In the very last of all births i.e. in this human form, when a man of wisdom (jnani) takes refuge in Me, realizing that everything is God, such a great soul (mahatma) is very rare, indeed. (Gita 7/19)

The point is man, animals, birds, trees, pole, building, land, clothes, etc., whatever is seen, heard and thought about by man, that all in all is God. Besides God, there is nothing else, not in the least bit. Accept this point right now, at present !

It is God's own words -

Matah parataram naanyat kinchidasti dhananjaya |
Mayi sarvamidam protam sootre maniganaa iva ||
(Gita 7/7)

"O' Arjuna, of this world there is no other cause higher than Me. As yarn beads are strung on the thread, so all the worlds are permeated by Me. (Gita 7/7)

to be continued......
From "Sab Jagah Ishvar Roop Hai" in Hindi by Swami Ramsukhdasji