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No effort of sadhana is in vain due to the law of karma

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  • Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati
    In the path of sadhana [practices] no effort is in vain; all sincere efforts bear their fruits in the unconscious mind according to the inevitable law of
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 13, 2005
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      In the path of sadhana [practices] no effort is in vain; all sincere
      efforts bear their fruits in the unconscious mind according to the
      inevitable law of karma. Impressions live in the unconscious, in the
      storehouse of one's memory. Even a little sadhana practiced with
      sincere effort leaves deep imprints in the unconscious mind. Those
      impressions help and guide the sadhaka whenever he goes off the path.
      The conscious part of thie mind is but a small part of the whole. It
      is helpful in communicating with the external world but has very
      little use on the inward journey. If the conscious part of the mind is
      trained not to create further barriers, then sadhana is useful.

      Swami Rama
      Perennial Psychology of the Bhagavad Gita

      http://swamij.com
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