Category: Attaining God


This human birth has been bestowed on us only for attaining God. Otherwise what would be the difference between being an animal and a human being? “Khaadate modate, nityam, shunakah sookarah kharah, teshaaneshaam ko vishesho vrttiryesaam tu taadrsi.” “A dog, a hog, and a donkey – each of these eats, and enjoys itself daily; if […]

Target is Not Far Away

There is one exceptional point, to which spiritual aspirants pay very little attention.  If one pays close attention towards it, then very quickly, immense benefit can be realized. Aspirants have the wrong notion deeply ingrained within, that just as doing worldly work, as you keep working at it, in due time it is completed. It […]

For Spiritual Aspirants – Discourse 13 – Part 4

||ShriHari|| continued…… ‘How can everybody be like this?’ Everybody can be like this, because every human being is entitled to attain God. Whatever caste he belongs to, whatever hermitage, whatever sect, whatever country, whatever state he belongs to, he is still entitled for attaining God. Whereas one does not fully own this world, neither one […]

Attaining God – 6 (Jun 28, 2018)

||ShriHari|| Attaining God In attaining God, the greatest hindrance is of desire for enjoyment and accumulation of things. By sharing the joy of others, the desire for pleasure is wiped out and by sharing the unhappiness of others, the craving for accumulation is lost. (452) The world is ever-changing and to trust such a world […]

Attaining God – 5 (Jun 25, 2018)

||ShriHari||  Whether you know the ‘Sat’ (Real, permanent) or not; but that which you know as ‘Asat,’ (Unreal, transient) shun it, then you would attain the ‘Sat.’ (Real) (444) The extent to which man is independent in attaining God, he is not as independent in any other work. (445) Ways and means are not as […]

Attaining God – 3

So long as there remains the wish to ‘do’ or to ‘gain’ anything, till then, one does not perceive the eternal God. (422) God’s attainment results only after fervent desire.   The main reason is for not having such a desire, is the wish for enjoyment of worldly pleasure. (423) In the Satyayuga etc., whatever Godly […]