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.
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.
In the book “Harmony in Marriage”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan provides spiritual relationship tips related to maintaining a harmonious marriage.
He offers marriage advice in answer to such questions as: “How to resolve conflict in my marriage?”, “How to adjust to my marriage partner?”, and even, “How to save a marriage?”
Dadashri also provides marriage guidance in the form of spiritual conflict resolution skills and conflict resolution strategies. His teachings on resolving conflict in family relationships is offered in the context of common and everyday marriage challenges.
In the myriad of spiritual books available today, this book will prove an invaluable resource.
None other than a Gnani Purush (the enlightened one) can help us understand the science behind sexual attraction and help us get rid of it. In the book, Dadashri, the Gnani Purush has discussed the cause and effects of attraction that one feels towards the opposite sex. He has discussed how horrific the consequences of unchaste behavior are – how it adversely affects our mind and body and leads to karma bondage.
Section 1 of the book is primarily devoted to discuss the science of such attraction, how it impedes Self-realization and explains the significance of celibacy.
Section 2 of the book contains chapters for those who have resolved to remain celibate. Having become convinced of the benefits of brahmacharya and truly inspired by this discussion,the aspirant then dares to scale the mountain of brahmacharya and expresses his willingness to do so. Having met the Gnai Purush and with his continued nearness and grace, he takes the firm vow to be free from all elements of sexuality through the mind, speech and the body. The Gnani Purush then unfolds for him and remains there for him on this mighty path of brahmacharya filled with all kinds of temptations, pitfalls and obstructions. The Gnani remains with him until the attainment of total brahmacharya.
So get on to read this book and understand how helpful pure celibacy is!
Dadashri offers in-depth answers to questions such as: “Who am I?”, “What is our purpose in life?”, “What is the nature of the journey of souls?”, “Why do bad things happen to good people?”, “What does karma mean?”, “How was the world created?”, “Who is the ‘Doer’ (ego definition)?”
Dadashri also provides spiritual expositions on the topics of: “What is religion?”, “How to find God?”, “What is the difference in religion vs. spirituality?”, “How do you define spirituality?”, “How can I attain knowledge of Self?”, “How can I experience my own pure Soul?”, and “What is liberation?”Ultimately, Dadashri describes how the knowledge of Self is the final goal of all seeking. Without Self knowledge, one cannot attain ultimate liberation, or moksha.
Other questions may also arise, such as:
To cultivate unconditional love, is forgiveness required? If so, how can I learn to practice forgiveness prayer?
Does unconditional positive regard evolve into unconditional love?
In the context of unconditional love, what is marriage? Can a husband and wife relationship transform into living for love, and ultimately become an example of love supreme?
In the book “Pure Love”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan offers a profound explanation of unconditional love meaning, and describes how Pure Love grows naturally with spiritual development.
Dadashri explains that the knowledge of Self the beginning of spiritual awakening, and that the blossoming of Pure Love is one of the signs of spiritual awakening.
Among the many spiritual books available today, this resource on the topic of Pure Love will prove invaluable.
But beginning to cultivate spiritual awareness is not always as simple as it seems – especially in family relationships, in unhealthy relationships, or while dealing with difficult people. Daily interactions such as these may feel like the very definition of conflict!
In the book “Science Of Speech”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan offers key understanding about non violent communication, along with conflict resolution skills and conflict management strategies. His spiritual teaching on how to resolve conflict - or to avoid it altogether - is offered in the context of common and everyday relationship challenges.
Among the myriad of spiritual books available today, “Science Of Speech” is a unique resource. Whether wondering how to become more spiritual, or simply how to deal with negative people and difficult people, this book will prove invaluable.
So how do we attain innateness (sahajta)? Gnani Purush (the enlightened one) knows the solution. And one such great Gnani Purush, Dadashri has given us the key to sahajta. He has introduced us to Self-realization. The pure soul is Sahaj in its original form. People become emotional because they become one with the mind speech and action. Keeping it separate and remaining the knower and the seer of it will take you towards sahajta. Once a person takes gyan (through gyan vidhi), his Pure Soul (which is and will always be innate) awakens. Then, for the mind-intellect-ego-body to achieve its innate state, Dadashri has given 5 Agnas (thumb rules).
In the presented book, Dadashri has given the meaning of sahajta, the reasons for disturbance in the state of sahajta, how to attain sahajta – by being an ‘observer’ and the science to all of these.
Reading of this will surely inspire the innate part in us and lead to a peaceful life.
According to Param Pujya Dadashri, the Gnani Purush (the enlightened one), in the worldly life there are three types of truth. One is absolute truth (self) second is relative truth and third is untruth. In this book, Param Pujya Dadashri has discussed the meaning of absolute truth and relative truth.
Absolute truth I that which can ever be destroyed, it is eternal. It belongs to the soul (atma). The realization that you are pure soul (shuddha-atma) is eternal truth (satta). This is the ultimate truth. Relative truth is what is made or determined by the people at large. What may be true from one person’s point of view may not hold the truth from another person’s point of view. The relative truth may vary from person to person. The relative truth may help us in our development in the relative world, but for real development absolute truth is necessary.
Read this book which presents Param Pujya Dadashri’s spiritual discourses on absolute and relative truth and solve your dilemmas about what is true, untrue and the nature of truth. Such understanding will help us to go long way on the path of liberation.
What is the detailed meaning of paap-punya? How is it related to incarnation? What are the results of paap-punya? How does one have to face the consequences of paap-punya? What are the types of paap-punya? What role paap-punya plays in the path to Moksha? Can Punya give us liberation?
All these have been discussed by Param Pujya Dadashri in this book on Paap-Punya. Such reading will definitely help readers increase their awareness about paap-punya which will help answer many puzzles in life and get them closer to Moksha.
In the book “Adjust Everywhere”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan offers the ultimate conflict resolution skills in the form of spiritual conflict resolution strategies. His key phrase “Adjust Everywhere” is explained in the context of many common and everyday relationship challenges.
Whether seeking relationship tips, marriage advice, or simply to learn how to stay healthy, this book will prove an invaluable resource.
The human body that we have got…should do the duty of being humane. There should be humanity in life. But what is humanity?
According to Param Pujya Dadashri, the Gnani Purush (the enlightened one). The definition of humanity is that when someone hurts you, troubles you, you don’t like it. Hence, you should also not hurt anyone. That, according to him, is the biggest humanity. Whoever understands this and applies it in life means he knows what is humanity.
Getting a human body means one is free to go to any is one of the four forms of life (gattis). One is human form, the other three being – animal form, devgatti (heaven/celestial being) and narak gatti (hell/beast form).
Whatever are the causes so are the effect. If we show humanity, we will get a human body in next birth. If we are inhumane, we will be re-born as in animal form. If we are extremely bad and inhumane then we are re-born in narak gatti. If we spend our life in doing good for others and help them without any expectations then we get a life in devgatti.
In the given book, Param Pujya Dadashri has discussed the concepts of humanity with the humble intention that if people learn humanity then human life will be fruitful.
Or we witness others suffering injustice, and are left wondering, “Why do bad things happen to good people?”
Added to the many problems in everyday life, these situations can feel like the very definition of suffering. We may conclude that there is no God, question how to get inner peace - or even how to live through such trying circumstances.
In the book “Whatever Has Happened Is Justice”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan offers spiritual guidance on how to resolve conflict of injustice inherent in life.
Among the myriad of spiritual books available, Dadashri offers a unique resource – he provides profound insight into the law of karma, explaining who is “The Doer”, who is at fault, and what is the cause behind every instance of suffering.
To attain an inner state of no worry, to begin to live in peace, or even to learn how to stay healthy amidst life challenges, this book will prove an invaluable resource.