If an individual wants to rise above his thoughts then he should have complete trust, faith, devotion and dedication towards his beloved. This is the key to finding a higher ground and depth of human nature.
Any work reaches its complete fruition when it is performed with intellect, dedication, faith and blessings of a Sadguru.
One should always have unwavering trust and faith in his Sadguru because the relation between a disciple and his guru is not of the human body rather its soul.
Every person should take some time out daily for meditation. Meditation cleanses our mind by removing the accumulated garbage of thoughts and streams through it a constant flow of love and compassion.
Prayer has lot of power. A prayer is not a web of words but a heartfelt expression which we offer to our beloved. Prayer reduces the ‘I’ in you.
A person should talk less and listen more. Too much talk results in dissipation of energy and you also lose control of the mind.
An excessive amount of talking makes a person lose his intelligence and he cannot differentiate right from wrong. Less talk results in accumulation of energy which is then immediately utilized for working on new ideas.
A man’s thinking decides his destiny. Our thought process has a profound effect on our personality. Nothing is impossible for a man, what is required is great and progressive thinking.
Limited thinking is criminal. It makes us lose self respect, reduces our determination and acts as a deterrent to reach the pinnacle of strong character.
An individual should always have a high and progressive thinking. Higher thoughts lead to a ??? mindset.
A person should strive to be in company of people with a mature and refined thought process to gain knowledge and positive character.
An individual should be firmly resolute and devoted towards his guru with complete trust and faith and leave the rest to him, he will take you through to eternity.
Grace of a saint is not an object that is visible to the naked eye. A person should have a strong resolution and faith to receive it. Just like rainwater fills potholes yet doesn’t stay on shallow grounds similarly a guru’s grace needs an empty vessel to receive it.
For a saint no one is big or small, to him all are equal. His blessings are meant for all, the difference is in your thirst to drink the elixir of grace.
There is no difference between devotion towards a saint or God. It is God who comes in this world in human form out of his extraordinary compassion and with his grace sows the seed of faith in our hearts which sprouts our devotion.