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.
When dealing with anger, we may wonder, “Am I right?” or “How can I make myself understood?” Some of our relationships can be said to be the very definition of conflict! Lacking conflict resolution skills, and out of a sense of powerlessness in our circumstances, we become angry.In the book “Anger”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan offers the ultimate anger management techniques in the form of spiritual conflict resolution strategies. He gives numerous solutions for dealing both with our own anger, and the anger of others. In addition, Dadashri offers spiritual advice on how to handle difficult people, anger management tips, and relationship tips.