Why We Can’t Perceive GOD Through Our Physical Senses

O beloved children of the Lord Divine! Time and again, you have come across the emphatically quoted statement- 'Yes, God can be seen'. Does this statement not stir your inquisitiveness? Is this bold declaration not inspirational enough to bring forth your inherent, dormant desire for the sea…

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Supreme Devotion

Supreme devotion is the flow of thought towards the supreme source, God, the common essence of everything existing in the whole creation. Our scientific world reveals the secret of the whole creation and affirms that everything has emerged out of the common unified field. The unified field, being th…

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Litmus Test for a True Master

Q: I presently have a spiritual teacher whom I am very loyal to. What more DJJS (Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan) can offer me that I may change my chosen guru? How can DJJS enhance my spiritual evolution? S: The question is not whether you should change your present master. The question of considera…

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How to counter sadness

Encountering sadness in one way or the other, every individual, today, has developed familiarity with it. Sometimes, we succeed in overcoming it, and sometimes, we get gripped in its tentacles. At certain times, it even haunts us, assuming the terrible form of serious depression. Quite ignor…

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To be In Meditation (2)

There is a firmament within, in which the sun, the moon, and the stars are seen. meditation is a voyage, an incessant exploration of the Universal Truth, which lies in the vast skies of the inner world. We must bathe in its glory. We must pursue diligently every aspect of that Truth, the ignorance o…

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To be In Meditation (1)

Each personality has his or her preference for living, eating, working, etc. meditation does not escape the idiosyncrasies of each individual. It is broken into various fragments and every person is inclined to one or the other. Often, we see that religion and meditation are bifurcated, and the other times, we see that they are conjoined. By distinguishing religion from meditation, people choose to segregate God from personal meditation for sound body and mind. For some people, the “hassle…

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Significance of the mantra Asto ma satgmay

A very popular mantra, Asto ma sadgamay, is an ancient Sanskrit prayer quoted in Brihad-aranayka Upanishad, one of the earliest of the Upanishads (8th-7th century BC). Let?s look at the mantra closely. Asto ma sadgamay, Tamso ma jyotirgamay, Mrityorm?amritam gamay. Translation: From unrea…

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The Coherent Effect of Divine Knowledge

Reflecting upon the chaotic condition of the world in today’s nuclear age, the mind gets appalled, the blood runs cold, and the whole body gets benumbed, wondering what if some unwise split personality, swayed by some fit, is boosted to bring total destruction in the whole world with just a si…

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