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Attitudes for aspirants: Be resigned to His will

Attitudes for aspirants: Be resigned to His will

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center Above all else, be content with your lot, rich or poor, happy or miserable. Understand that God has designed it for your own good, and be resigned to His will. Remember the present in the frame of the past and the future. You eternally were and always will be. You have had innumerable forms as man and woman, beautiful and ugly, strong and weak, healthy... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Be natural

Attitudes for aspirants: Be natural

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center Simplicity and all it implies is another great aid in the development of human love. Simplicity springs from humility, and humility is often confused with modesty. Modesty is weakness, but humility is strength. Therefore a world of difference separates the two. The moment you say, “I say in all humility—” the very use of the expression betrays your ego... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Honesty – Relief from all kinds of suffering is within ourselves

Attitudes for aspirants: Honesty – Relief from all kinds of suffering is within ourselves

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center Honesty is not only a light on the inner path, it is also one of the most effective means for relief of the suffering which afflicts all—man or woman, rich or poor, great or small. Relief from all kinds of suffering is within ourselves if, in all circumstances and in every walk of life, we try to think honestly, act honestly, and live honestly. Infinit... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Honesty – The ready means to know the first outlines of the inner self

Attitudes for aspirants: Honesty – The ready means to know the first outlines of the inner self

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center There is no more ready means by which the first outlines of the inner self can be known than through complete honesty. Honesty with one’s fellow beings is the beginning step; from this there cannot help but come honesty with oneself. It is heartening to find that even the worst of one’s nature is not frightening, and that the very fact of having faced ... »

Attitudes for aspirants: The most practical thing is to be spiritually-minded

Attitudes for aspirants: The most practical thing is to be spiritually-minded

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center The most practical thing to do in the world is to be spiritually-minded. It needs no special time, place or circumstances. It is not necessarily concerned with anything out of the way of anyone’s daily life and day-to-day routine. It is never too late or too early to be spiritual. It is just a simple question of having a right attitude of mind toward l... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Correct reinterpretation of the ancient word “religion”

Attitudes for aspirants: Correct reinterpretation of the ancient word “religion”

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center What is wrong with the world today? Such questions are bound to arise in thinking minds, but often the answers given are not completely honest. Diagnoses given and remedies adopted have all been biased and so the situation remains vague and unresolved. The crux of the matter lies in the correct reinterpretation of the ancient word “religion”. The West ... »

Attitudes for aspirants: A desperate struggle

Attitudes for aspirants: A desperate struggle

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center All life is an effort to achieve freedom from self-created entanglement. It is a desperate struggle to undo what had been done in ignorance; to throw away the accumulated burden of the past; to seek rescue from the debris piled high from temporary achievements and failures. Life strives to unwind the limiting sanskaras and find release from the mazes o... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Transition from unintelligent action to intelligent action -Part 2 of 2

Attitudes for aspirants: Transition from unintelligent action to intelligent action -Part 2 of 2

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center Inaction is less helpful than intelligent action, but it is better than unintelligent action, for it amounts to the non-doing of that which would have created a binding. The transition from unintelligent action to intelligent action (i.e. from binding karma to unbinding karma) is often through inaction. This is the stage when unintelligent action has s... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Transition from unintelligent action to intelligent action -1 of 2

Attitudes for aspirants: Transition from unintelligent action to intelligent action -1 of 2

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center All action, except that which is intelligently designed to attain God-realization, binds consciousness. It is not only an expression of accumulated ignorance, but also a further addition to that accumulated ignorance. Sometimes the pilgrim becomes so weary of recognizing that each act, instead of unwinding a knot in the inner being, has only tightened ... »

Attitudes for aspirants: Real learning

Attitudes for aspirants: Real learning

Source: AvatarMeher.org, AMB Hyderabad Center The man of the world believes that to have understood a thing intellectually is to have learned it. The true lesson in action, though, involves the wearing out of the sanskaras and the “wants” they engender. To learn in this sense it is not enough to comprehend intellectually. Learning may be a lengthy process which moves slowly through many, many repe... »

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