Anarth Nivritti (part 5) | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

There are four types of practitioners of Bhakti. Sthul, Pravartak, Sadhak and Siddha. Sthul means the one who is largely attached to the body, worldly things and the material pleasures of the world. He is attached to his wife, children and family, and accumulating word…

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Anarth Nivritti (part 4) | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

"anityam asukham lokam imam prapya bhajasva mam" (Bhagavat Geeta 9.33) When a sadhak realises that this world is temporary, everything here has a start as well as an end, then their life takes a turn towards spirituality. Every …

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Anarth Nivritti (part 3) | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

The time which has gone by, will not come back. What has happened, is past now. Nobody knows what future has in store for us. Pain, loss, disappointment, disaster - all are results of our past actions. We have to face what we have done, in future. Nobody can avoi…

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Anarth Nivritti (part 2) | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

Hari Bhakti is the sole purpose of our life, knowing this the sadhak engages in sadhana physically, mentally and verbally. This is when a sadhak truly enters a spiritual journey. The jivatma has always been engulfed in Maya. From eternity, he had kn…

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Anarth Nivritti (part 1) | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

Anartha means obstacles in the path of Bhakti. There are four kinds of Anarthas :  Dushkriti jaata Anartha  Sukriti jaata Anartha Aparadha jaata Anartha Bhaktyuttha Anartha 1. Dushkriti jaata Anartha: means obstacles that are the result of our bad d…

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Interpretation: Guru isn't a person but a tatva By Srila Baba

Videos:  https://youtu.be/DC0mizLPtic & https://youtu.be/6TWRVVhnCJ0 One must consider Guru as personification of the supreme Godhead Krishna himself. How is this possible? Suppose someone gave you a lemon to chew but warned that you must think this is a…

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