Thursday, March 7, 2013

Priceless Treasure revealed by - Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj.

1 - Shri Krishna and Bliss are synonymous. Every person in the world desires only Bliss. In other words he is a servant of Bliss and therefore unknowingly, a servant of Shri Krishna.

2 - Shri Krishna (Divine Bliss) can be attained only through Bhaktiyoga, which is popularly known as Navadha Bhakti, the nine forms of devotional practice.
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3 - It is only by devotional practice that the heart becomes pure and then one can attain Divine Love of Shri Krishna.

4 - It is impossible to attain the divine qualities such as truth, non-violence, etc. without the purification of heart.

5 - Every devotional practice is related only to the mind. Any spiritual discipline practised merely with the senses is not spiritual discipline at all.

6 - The consequences of love and hatred in the material world are the same; therefore, true detachment can be attained only by being neutral.

7 - The perfection of spiritual life is to perceive Shri Krishna in all objects of the world - animate as well as inanimate.

8 - Although human body is invaluable, yet it is transient. Therefore to procrastinate in devotional practice even for a moment is the greatest loss.

9 - To see faults in others is the surest proof that we possess faults our -selves.

10 - Spiritual practice is possible only under the guidance of a True Saint or Master.
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Priceless Treasure revealed by - Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj.

1 - Shri Krishna and Bliss are synonymous. Every person in the world desires only Bliss. In other words he is a servant of Bliss and therefore unknowingly, a servant of Shri Krishna.

2 - Shri Krishna (Divine Bliss) can be attained only through Bhaktiyoga, which is popularly known as Navadha Bhakti, the nine forms of devotional practice.

3 - It is only by devotional practice that the heart becomes pure and then one can attain Divine Love of Shri Krishna.

4 - It is impossible to attain the divine qualities such as truth, non-violence, etc. without the purification of heart.

5 - Every devotional practice is related only to the mind. Any spiritual discipline practised merely with the senses is not spiritual discipline at all.

6 - The consequences of love and hatred in the material world are the same; therefore, true detachment can be attained only by being neutral.

7 - The perfection of spiritual life is to perceive Shri Krishna in all objects of the world - animate as well as inanimate.

8 - Although human body is invaluable, yet it is transient. Therefore to procrastinate in devotional practice even for a moment is the greatest loss.

9 - To see faults in others is the surest proof that we possess faults our -selves.

10 - Spiritual practice is possible only under the guidance of a True Saint or Master.