Quote of the day
So, to achieve bliss one should withdraw from the world of pleasure through the senses. Now, you may ask the question: Then for what purpose are these senses given to us by God? The senses are given to us for a definite purpose. The purpose is: Use them, but do not misuse them. It is quite simple: the difference between use and misuse. A balance must be found, and you have to find it in all things.
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February Satsangs 2017
Our annual Satsangs in English are planned from Monday 13th February to Saturday 25th February 2017.28/7/2016
Gurudev has been ill for some time but recently has undergone an operation and recovered remarkably well. Therefore he was in full health for this year's Gurupurnima which took place on the 19th July. Click here for a translation of his message.8/7/2014
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All want to be happy and yet very few people have permanent happiness in their life. Why is it like this?
The answer is that, due to their ignorance, people do not know that the only purpose of human life is the attainment of permanent peace and happiness. The mistake they make is that most people seek happiness in the external world but this happiness exists already in their inner self.
This attainment of one’s innate happiness and peace is variously known as Self-Realisation, Liberation, Moksa, Nirvana or God-Experience. Wise people lead their life in such a manner so that this single aim of human life is realised before their death. They alone are fortunate while the rest find nothing but misery.
Video - Gurudev '04
Our August selection from the topic page (click here for more)
|Faith and Knowledge, Bhagavad Gita IX.4 & 5 11/2/2008 (12:50 min)|
|God’s grace and self-effort
17/2/04 (08:20 min)
|God’s grace and self-effort 17/2/04 (2 pages)|
|Faith and Devotion (Bhaktiyoga)_short quotes (7 pages)|
Our August selection from the Satsang page (click here for more)