In the book “Fault is of the Sufferer”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan provides spiritual solutions to common and everyday forms of suffering such as dealing with difficult people, facing unhealthy relationships, challenges in family relationships, and marriage problems.
Among the myriad of spiritual books available, Dadashri offers a unique resource - addressing the age-old question: “So, am I wrong, or am I faultless?” He provides profound insight into the law of karma – explaining who is “The Doer”, who is at fault, and what is the cause in every instance of suffering.
Whether seeking relationship tips, marriage advice, or simply to learn how to stay healthy, this book will prove an invaluable resource.
In the book “Self Realization”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan reveals the science of Self realization, describing that attaining knowledge of Self is ultimate life purpose, and is the beginning of lasting, permanent happiness.
Dadashri explains that all beings continuously seek happiness – but can only be satisfied by spiritual happiness beyond the fleeting temporary pleasures of life.
Becoming Self realized is a spiritual awakening which allows such happiness to begin to be experienced – because true happiness, or bliss, lies within the Self itself.
Having gained Self knowledge, spiritual development and spiritual awareness begin - initiating a spiritual transformation which can result in ultimate liberation, or moksha.
Whether interested to discover ultimate life purpose, wanting to learn the true meaning of spirituality, or on a spiritual quest to attain spiritual enlightenment, “Self Realization” is a unique resource among the many spiritual books available today.
While investigating, if one encounters the principle of karma, one may still be left asking, “What does karma mean, and how exactly does it work?”
In the book “The Science of Karma”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan explains the meaning of karma according to spiritual science.
Dadashri offers in-depth answers to questions such as: “What is the law of karma, and how can I master it?”, “What is destiny, and does destiny relate to karma?”, “Is it your destiny to forever face karmic lessons?”, “Can spiritual enlightenment liberate one from karma?”
Dadashri offers a precise karma definition, and then continues on to explain that the knowledge of Self is the beginning of true spiritual development. From spiritual awakening, and from understanding the law of karma, one learns how to get inner peace within the problems in everyday life.
For those wondering how to live in peace in the midst of life’s challenges, this book is an invaluable resource.
In the book “Who am I?”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan describes that one’s ultimate life purpose is to find an answer to the age-old unanswered question of spiritual seekers: Who am I, and who is the ‘doer’ of all that happens in life?
Dadashri also resolves questions such as: “What is the nature of the journey of souls?”, “How was the world created?”, “How to find God?”, “How can I experience my own pure Soul?”, and “What is liberation?”
Ultimately, Dadashri describes that attaining knowledge of Self is the primary purpose of life, and the beginning of true spirituality. Having gained Self knowledge, spiritual development begins, after which one may attain ultimate liberation, or moksha.
Among the many spiritual books available today, Dadashri’s “Who am I?” is an exceptional resource.
One may then ask, “What are the benefits of the different types of religion? From the many religions of the world, which practices will accelerate my spiritual growth and help me learn how to become more spiritual?”
While exploring world religion, or studying religious books, questions might also arise, such as:
“In actuality, what is religion, or what is spirituality? Is it to live in non violence, to live in peace, or to embody unconditional love? How to live exactly?”
In the book “The Essence of All Religion”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan clarifies any confusion about religion vs. spirituality, providing answers to the above questions and more.
Dadashri then offers the essential extract of spiritual science and religion in the form of Nine Kalams (highest spiritual intents). He explains that the Nine Kalams are the essence of the highest teaching of the religions of the world and the simplest, most direct means to live in peace.
Among the many spiritual books available today, the spiritual guidance available in this book is both unique and unparalleled.
Naturally one begins to wonder, “Is it too late to apologize?”, “How to forgive and forget in unhealthy relationships?” and, “How to forgive yourself - both for mistakes of the past and for ongoing mistakes in the present?”
One of the most powerful tools for spiritual healing of both past and present is repentance with sincere apology. Yet, among the many spiritual books available today, it is rare to find a concise scripture on forgiveness.
In the book “Pratikraman: Freedom Through Apology & Repentance”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan describes the spiritual power of forgiveness prayer, and offers a precise formula for asking for forgiveness.
This abridged version of Dadashri’s book “Pratikraman” allows anyone seeking to practice spiritual forgiveness prayer to easily understand how to repent, how to forgive someone, and how to begin forgiving yourself. This book is an invaluable resource for spirituality and health.