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Tu tu na rahe, Main main na rahu – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji through a soulful divine bhajan explains the oneness of God with the humans just like the metal salt dissolved in water gets dissipated, the same way we should also disipate in God. Ego, desires, thoughts and senses should be dissipated to feel the oneness of God. Various Hindu scriptures define the same aspect.

We can gain a better understanding of the concept of God in Hinduism by analysing Hindu scriptures.

BHAGAVAD GITA

The most popular amongst all the Hindu scriptures is the Bhagavad Gita.
Consider the following verse from the Gita:
“Those whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires surrender unto demigods and follow the particular rules and regulations of worship according to their own natures.”
[Bhagavad Gita 7:20]
The Gita states that people who are materialistic worship demigods i.e. gods besides the True God

UPANISHADS:

The Upanishads are considered sacred scriptures by the Hindus.
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BHAGVATYOG–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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What is Bhagvatyog ?

Resources (sadhan), time (samay), capability (samarthya) ,understanding (samajh), when properly used towards God then its Bhaktiyog (Devotion summation).

Time: Time as much possible should be utilized in chanting (bhagvan naam japa) and service (sewa) leads to Bhagvatyog

.Capability :  Human body itself, mind , intellect,money, health comprise to the capability of a person if used corrctly towards God leads to Bhagvatyog

.Understanding: The understanding you gain through studies, socially or other sources should be utilized in service (sewa) of  God.

Resources: Money, Human body etc there are many resources in our daily life, which are to be used towards God.

So all these objects when used correctly towards God leads to Bhaktiyog, If used in  materialistic world (samsara) leads to ‘Karma Yog’ (Deeds-summation).

When used for yourself, Eg: me and my family, me and my house or me and my…

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Importance of Shraavana Maas – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji explains “Shravan maas is the month for worship of Lord Shiva. Devotees worship  Lord Shiva with devotion, enthusiasm, and affection.. As Lord Shiva is  deity of welfare, ‘श’ stands for (sukh) happiness and (anand) joy, “ई” stands for men (purush), ‘व’ stands for power (shakti) .Shravan maas is the month of providing happiness and joy to all female to male, the whole world worshipping Lord Shiva. Shukh (happiness), Ananad (joy), Paurush bal (male strength) and (shakti) power all of these comprise Lord Shiva. The divine darsan of Lord Shiva should be done in morning (pratha kal), before noon. The water mounted on Lord Shiva should not be violated (langhan). Even the flora (Nirmalya) offered to Lord Shiva should not be violated, nor to be distributed.It should be  snorted first, touched to eyes…

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GURU–The Divine Master— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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The eye that cannot see the beauty of the Guru’s Lotus-Feet is really blind. 

 The ear that hears not the glory of the Guru’s Leela is really deaf. 

 Life without a Guru is death. 

 There is no treasure like the wealth of Guru’s grace. 

 There is no safe boat like Satsanga of Guru to cross the ocean of Samsara. 

 There is no friend like the spiritual teacher. 

 There is no abode like Guru’s Lotus-Feet. 

 Remember the Guru at all times. 

Meditation of the Guru’s Lotus-Feet is the only way for attaining immortality and eternal bliss. 

Those who do not concentrate on the Lotus-Feet of Guru are slayers of Atman. They are in fact living corpses and miserable wretches. They are very poor people. 

 The wise cut asunder the knot of egoism by that sharp sword of constant meditation on the Lotus-Feet of Guru. 

 Meditation on the Lotus-Feet of Guru is…

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RAM NAM MAHIMA–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji, explains here the significance of Saints, who do mostly threee things:
1) Make you walk on path of God.
2) To make you well cultured for God.
3) To make you capable to meet God.
Prernamurti Bharti Shriji, says”Saints strive for betterment and upliftment of the Society, hence they inspire us to chant Gods name, in order to eradicate all the sins of living being. We don’t know but the saint know our desires and deeds of past hence accordingly they inspire us to do the Bhagvan naam japa. The saints are always present in the subtle world and we in the materialistic world, hence we cannot measure their experience and behavior with us. A saint asked a business man to, chant Gods name oncec but the man refused, saint told him the either way and made him to take Lord Ram name. The scenario happened in…

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Krishna aur Kissan — Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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What is the meaning of  Krishna ?

Krishna , Krishak means  Kisan or farmer,

What does Farmer do ? 

Farmer firstly clears land for sowing seeds, then removes grass, ploughs the field and sows seed in it, which results in cultivation and growth of seeds to plant.

Similarly, Lord Krishna is also a farmer who ploughs our barren heart with hathiya , sankhiya (A type of instrument) and sows seeds of Love and Devotion which reveals the almighty (Parmatma) and he is also known as Lord Krishna.

Krishna does farming ??

Yes ! Lord Krishna does, he farms our heart .

                                                              KARSATI AKARSATI ITI KRISHNA !!!

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Secrets Of Celebration—-Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Human Life is surrounded by struggle (sangharsh) , without ccelebration life is incomplete. Celebrations fullfill every aspect of Human Life. In Sanatan Sanskriti (vedic culture) our sages, the imperfection, fear, Depression,Worries and thinking on many aspects of Human life, started the celebrations which are suitable , making imperfection to perfection, very Beneficial and welfare for Human Life. 
 
Like Mother who understands the needful of her children, who can know better than her ? Our country Bharat (india) is king of festivals. Having birth in such a country, and culture one should feel proud. Celebrating festivals belonging to other country or culture is payig Disrespect to our country and its culture. Because BHARATIYA SANSKRITI ( Indian culture) is our Mother, as earlier stated, no one other than Mother, understands the needful of her children.
There is a slogan in Gujrati:-
maa te maa, bija badha vagdana vaa.
Remember the more you…

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