Sings Sri Krishn in Bhagavad Gita:
prayatnādyatamānastu yogī sanśuddhakilbisah
anekajanmasansiddhastato yāti parām gatim
who has purified his heart and mind
through several births
by intense meditation
and thus rid himself of all sins,
attains to the ultimate state of realizing God.”
*Only an endeavour made over a number of lives effects this ultimate accomplishment.
*The yogi who practices diligent meditation is well rid of all kinds of impiety and then attains to the final beatitude. This is the way of attainment.
*Setting out on the path of yog with but a feeble effort and initiated into it when the mind is yet restless, he is admitted to the family of an accomplished teacher and, with the undertaking of meditation in life after life, he at last arrives at the point called salvation-the state in which the Soul is merged into God.
*The seed of this yog is never annihilated. If we just take a couple of steps, the merits earned from them are never destroyed.
*A man of true faith can embark upon the ordained action in every circumstance of worldly life.
Whether you are a woman or a man,
of whatever race or culture, if you are simply a human being,
the Gita is for you.
The Bhagavad Gita is for all mankind-for the man devoted to his family and the sanyasi, the educated and the unlettered, and for everyone. It is not only for that unique creature called a hermit (sadhu).
*This indeed is….
Lord Krishn’s pronouncement!!!
[Revered Adgadanandji Gurudev]
So very rightly says,when it is said by some one:
Ah, friends ………………. any takers ?
No……. Nirvana does not come that cheap
No …… Nirvana will never come that cheap
And this stage may be achieved
only when one traverses upon
“Path of Self Realization.”