Swami Ramsukhdas Ji Blog

Daily Spiritual Insights from Swami Ji's Teachings

Tag: Seeker

How to Gain Happiness – 3

Now what is the means to happiness? The answer to happiness is – having the aim of attaining the sentient Paramatma (God, Supreme Being) and lawful and righteous conduct (according to Dharma). The purport is that when our conduct is according to Dharma and when we have no desire to get anything else besides that which […]

Serve the World and Accept God as Your Own

  If we serve the world then the world will also be happy and the master of the world – God will also be happy.  If we accept God as our own, then too God will be happy. In this way, God will become twice as happy, and we will benefit twice as much –  […]

Attainment of the Ever Attained

God has bestowed upon Jeev (human being, embodied soul), this human body, so that it may attain salvation. From this view-point, in reality this human life is only for engaging in spiritual disciplines “saadhanyoni“. Simply by following one’s spiritual disciplines, a human being can attain salvation, he can be liberated from the shackles of birth […]

For Spiritual Aspirants – Discourse 4

The main point  in your spiritual practice is to decide on your aim, your intent, your goal (lakshya).  Truly speaking, what is it that you want?  A spiritual aspirant may do various practices such as japa (name recitation), meditation, adoration and worship, singing the glories of the Lord, etc., but as long as he does not fix, […]

For Spiritual Aspirants – Discourse 3

Man goes to the office to work and with great enthusiasm  and promptness he does the office work, and for that work he receives some wages.  The work is for the company whereas the wages are for him.  Similarly, by coming into this world, man must do the work for this world, not for himself. […]

Proper Use of Unfavorable Situations

Now we must ponder over  how to make proper  use of  unfavorable situations.  The reason for sorrow is desire for happiness.  Sorrow comes  only due to  having expectations.  Unfavorable situations cause  displeasure,  when there is a desire for pleasure and  happiness.  If  we are alert and careful and we renounce the desire for favorable situations,  […]

Swami Ramsukhdas Ji Blog

Daily Spiritual Insights from Swami Ji's Teachings

Tag: Seeker

How to Gain Happiness – 3

Now what is the means to happiness? The answer to happiness is – having the aim of attaining the sentient Paramatma (God, Supreme Being) and lawful and righteous conduct (according to Dharma). The purport is that when our conduct is according to Dharma and when we have no desire to get anything else besides that which […]

Serve the World and Accept God as Your Own

  If we serve the world then the world will also be happy and the master of the world – God will also be happy.  If we accept God as our own, then too God will be happy. In this way, God will become twice as happy, and we will benefit twice as much –  […]

Attainment of the Ever Attained

God has bestowed upon Jeev (human being, embodied soul), this human body, so that it may attain salvation. From this view-point, in reality this human life is only for engaging in spiritual disciplines “saadhanyoni“. Simply by following one’s spiritual disciplines, a human being can attain salvation, he can be liberated from the shackles of birth […]

For Spiritual Aspirants – Discourse 4

The main point  in your spiritual practice is to decide on your aim, your intent, your goal (lakshya).  Truly speaking, what is it that you want?  A spiritual aspirant may do various practices such as japa (name recitation), meditation, adoration and worship, singing the glories of the Lord, etc., but as long as he does not fix, […]

For Spiritual Aspirants – Discourse 3

Man goes to the office to work and with great enthusiasm  and promptness he does the office work, and for that work he receives some wages.  The work is for the company whereas the wages are for him.  Similarly, by coming into this world, man must do the work for this world, not for himself. […]

Proper Use of Unfavorable Situations

Now we must ponder over  how to make proper  use of  unfavorable situations.  The reason for sorrow is desire for happiness.  Sorrow comes  only due to  having expectations.  Unfavorable situations cause  displeasure,  when there is a desire for pleasure and  happiness.  If  we are alert and careful and we renounce the desire for favorable situations,  […]