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On God Realization (Feb 2, 2010)

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    ... Ram Ram 2nd February 2010, Tuesday, Maagh Krishna Tritiya, Vikram Samvat 2066, Sri Krishna Samvaat 5235 He who desires God with a true heart, he may be of
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      || Shree Hari ||
      Ram Ram

      2nd February 2010, Tuesday
      ,  Maagh Krishna Tritiya,

      Vikram Samvat 2066, Sri Krishna Samvaat 5235 

      He who desires God with a true heart, he may be of any caste, creed, stage in life, sect or condition etc., however he may be, whether he is a great sinner or one with a bad character, he is fully entitled to God Realization.  (405)

      A spiritual aspirant must never have any expectations from the world; because this world will not remain forever, and he must never be without hope in Paramatma (God), as God is never non-existent (ever remains).   (406)
       
      It is most harmful to be contended with regards to Bhagwaan (God) and to be discontended with regards to worldly matters.  (407) 

      Just like a fish becomes desperate without water, similarly if we become intensely uneasy without God then there will be no delay in attaining Him.    (408) 

      On realizing God, nothing more will remain to be done, to be known or to acquire. In this itself lies the success of human life and it's fulfillment.  (409) 

      A spiritual aspirant must think that Bhagwaan (God) is in all countries therefore he is here too; he is in all times, therefore he is present now as well; He is in everyone, therefore He is also in me; He is everyone's therefore He is also mine.  (410)

      In God Realization, the extent to which intense restlessness / longing is beneficial, that much gain is not found in spiritual practices involving self-inquiry, thoughtful reflection and use of intellect.  (411) 

      It is only due to lack of single-pointed, intense longing and tormentation within (by the Self) that there is delay in God Realization.  (412)

      In a game when a child is seen by another while hiding, then the child comes out in the open knowing that now he has been spotted, now why hide!  similarly God is hidden everywhere.  If an aspirant sees God everywhere, then thereafter God will not remain hidden,  rather, he will reveal Himself.   (413) 

      From "Drops of Nectar"  in English by Swami Ramsukhdasji 

      Ram Ram

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