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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Where there is even a trace of etiquette, there is no religion of moksha [ultimate Where there is even a trace of etiquette, there is no religion of moksha [ultimate liberation] there, nor any other religion. Religion is to be found in naturalness (saahajeekta) — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: No one can attain moksha by pushing away others with contempt. So beware! No one can attain moksha by pushing away others with contempt. So beware! — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: One binds the worldly life with bad thoughts; one binds the worldly life with good One binds the worldly life with bad thoughts; one binds the worldly life with good thoughts. With the absence of thoughts (avichaar) there is moksha [liberation]. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If one's mind becomes conflict-free, that is 'moksha'; conflict filled mind, that is worldly life. If one's mind becomes conflict-free, that is 'moksha'; conflict filled mind, that is worldly life. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If one discloses everything in speech he 'designs' in his mind, he will attain Moksha If one discloses everything in speech he 'designs' in his mind, he will attain Moksha [liberation] sooner. The mind is so restless that it will create whatever design it wants and ruin countless [future] lives. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Shukladhyan (pure contemplation of the Self, the Soul) is the direct cause for moksha (liberation). Shukladhyan (pure contemplation of the Self, the Soul) is the direct cause for moksha (liberation). Dharmadhyan (auspicious contemplation; to hurt no one, give happiness to others) is the indirect cause for moksh (liberation). Artadhyan (inner mournful contemplation that hurts the self) is a cause for a birth in animal life form (non-human). Raudradhyan (wrathful contemplation that hurts the self and others) is a cause for a life in hell. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: As long as there is the egoism of 'I-ness' (hoonpanu) and the partiality towards 'my-ness' As long as there is the egoism of 'I-ness' (hoonpanu) and the partiality towards 'my-ness' (marapanu), how can there be liberation till then? — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Gnani's [The enlightened one's] sangna [directions] is the compass then it will take you to Gnani's [The enlightened one's] sangna [directions] is the compass then it will take you to the end of your journey [Moksha, ultimate liberation]. And the worldly people's sangna [directions] is the compass then it will make you wander in the worldly life. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you want moksha (ultimate liberation), then you simply need to understand what the Vitraag If you want moksha (ultimate liberation), then you simply need to understand what the Vitraag Lords (The Enlightened Ones) say. Just understand what the Vitraag Lords are saying, that is what they are saying, nothing else they want to say. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Gnan' [True Knowledge, Knowledge of one's own self], is freedom itself. It keeps one in Gnan' [True Knowledge, Knowledge of one's own self], is freedom itself. It keeps one in Moksha [liberated state] and prevents [karmic] bondage. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The person who wants to progress on the path of Vitrag (the enlightened ones), should The person who wants to progress on the path of Vitrag (the enlightened ones), should keep the focus of the awareness to progress from the non-auspicious (bad) to the auspicious (good). And if one wants to go to final Liberation [moksha], he should keep 'pure focus as the Self (Soul)' (shuddha upayog). The person, who wants to go to Moksha, should not concern himself with the auspicious (good) or the inauspicious (bad). He should keep them both as the things to be cleared out. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Rajneesh: Mind dissolves only when you don't choose. And when there is no mind, you are Mind dissolves only when you don't choose. And when there is no mind, you are for the first time in your crystal clarity, for the first time in your original freshness. For the first time your real face is encountered. Mind is not there - the divider. Now existence appears as one. Mind has dropped; the barrier between you and existence is no more. Now you can look at existence with no mind. This is how a sage is born. With the mind - the world. With no mind - freedom, MOKSHA, KAIVALYA, NIRVANA. Cessation of the mind is cessation of the world. — Rajneesh
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Moksha Sayings By Osho: Dream of the impossible: dream of surpassing yourself, dream of nirvana, dream of moksha, dream Dream of the impossible: dream of surpassing yourself, dream of nirvana, dream of moksha, dream of the kingdom of God. Only then will you start working and moving towards it, and only then with that dream, will your feet have the quality of dance. — Osho
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Things that you have remained 'sincere' to, those many things you have won. The world Things that you have remained 'sincere' to, those many things you have won. The world has to be won; only then will it let you go to moksha! — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you want liberation [moksha], you will have to be rid of the duality of If you want liberation [moksha], you will have to be rid of the duality of 'right-and-wrong'. If you want to attain an auspicious (good) state, then have abhorrence for the 'wrong', and attachment for the 'right'. There is no attachment or abhorrence in the pure state [shuddha]. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The Vitarags (attachment-free enlightened one's) say, 'Make whatever intents that are suitable to you. If The Vitarags (attachment-free enlightened one's) say, 'Make whatever intents that are suitable to you. If you get sensual intents towards Me, then do those sensual intents and if you have celibate intents towards Me, do celibate intents and if you get religious intents, do religious intents; if you get reverence-intents, do reverence intents and if you want to curse, then curse me. I confront [challenge] no one." A person that doesn't confront goes to Moksha and the person who confronts, resides here [worldly life bondage]. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Moksha (ultimate liberation) means that you just have to change your vision. Moksha (ultimate liberation) means that you just have to change your vision. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What does Jinmudra (Tirthankar God's sitting posture) say? The lotus position of Vitrag Lords, one What does Jinmudra (Tirthankar God's sitting posture) say? The lotus position of Vitrag Lords, one hand and foot placed over the other, preaches, "Oh, humans! Understand this if you have the wisdom. You have already brought with you the food, drink and all things you need; therefore, let go of the awareness that 'I am the doer' and make effort to attain Moksha (ultimate liberation)! — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: All actions are of the relative-self (prakrutik). Moksha (liberation) is the absence of attachment and All actions are of the relative-self (prakrutik). Moksha (liberation) is the absence of attachment and abhorrence therein. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Complete departure of kashay (anger-pride-deceit-greed) is Moksha (Liberation). At first, there is the departure of Complete departure of kashay (anger-pride-deceit-greed) is Moksha (Liberation). At first, there is the departure of kashays and then there will be 'that' [Liberation]. — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Knowledge' may be there but 'correctness' is required along with it. If you have 'knowledge' Knowledge' may be there but 'correctness' is required along with it. If you have 'knowledge' but don't have the 'correctness'; you will go to moksha, but others will not gain any benefit! — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Where you don't see pure love, there is indeed no path to moksha [ultimate liberation] Where you don't see pure love, there is indeed no path to moksha [ultimate liberation] there. Where there is a fee, there is no pure love there! — Dada Bhagwan
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Moksha Sayings By Devdutt Pattanaik: Realization occurs only when samsara is witnessed, not reacted to. This is moksha. Realization occurs only when samsara is witnessed, not reacted to. This is moksha. — Devdutt Pattanaik
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Moksha Sayings By Robert E. Svoboda: Indulgence is a legitimate life goal, but it is only one of four life goals. Indulgence is a legitimate life goal, but it is only one of four life goals. No life is completely lived unless each of these goals is achieved. They are:
Dharma, the goal of fulfilling the duties assigned to us by our positions in society;
Artha, the goal of accumulating possessions in the course of fulfilling our duties;
Kama, the goal of satisfying legitimate desires with the assistance of one's accumulated possessions; and
Moksha, the goal of realizing that there is more to life than duty, possessions and desires. — Robert E. Svoboda
Moksha Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: Dharma is one and one only. Ahimsa means moksha, and moksha is the realization of Dharma is one and one only. Ahimsa means moksha, and moksha is the realization of Truth. — Mahatma Gandhi
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: How far is the Soul from attaining moksha (ultimate liberation)? Only the obstructive (antray) karmas. How far is the Soul from attaining moksha (ultimate liberation)? Only the obstructive (antray) karmas. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Insistence on one's own opinion can never lead to attainment of Moksha [Ultimate Liberation]. Only Insistence on one's own opinion can never lead to attainment of Moksha [Ultimate Liberation]. Only those who are free of insistence will attain Liberation. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Where there is any kind of doer-ship, there is karmic bondage, and where there is Where there is any kind of doer-ship, there is karmic bondage, and where there is knower-ship and inner understanding, there is Moksha [Liberation]. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: One's 'life' is 'fractured'; he does not even know what he is living for. What One's 'life' is 'fractured'; he does not even know what he is living for. What is the essence of the human life? It is that one can attain whatever life form one wants, or he can attain ultimate liberation (moksha) if he wants moksha. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When you understand that [in reality] the bitter fruit [unfavourable result] is sweet and the When you understand that [in reality] the bitter fruit [unfavourable result] is sweet and the sweet fruit [favourable result] is bitter, then you will go to moksha [the ultimate liberation]! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: This world is not without causes. There is Moksha [ultimate liberation] when one's causes stops. This world is not without causes. There is Moksha [ultimate liberation] when one's causes stops. There is Moksha where everyone's 'claim' is completed. Without a cause, effect does not happen. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Roshan Sharma: Unless you are free from your own mind, you can never truly experience the freedom Unless you are free from your own mind, you can never truly experience the freedom with life. — Roshan Sharma
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The entire path of the Vitraag Lords (the enlightened one) is one of humility (vinaya). The entire path of the Vitraag Lords (the enlightened one) is one of humility (vinaya). The practice of humility (vinaya dharma) begins from Hindustan (India). There are endless practices of humility, starting from putting two hands together (in the gesture of Namaste) to prostrating. And ultimately when one attains absolute humility (param vinaya), he attains moksha (ultimate liberation). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The one who blesses the winner, after having lost himself, will attain liberation (moksha); he The one who blesses the winner, after having lost himself, will attain liberation (moksha); he will become "complete". — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The one who knowingly gets cheated is entitled to liberation! The one who knowingly gets cheated is entitled to liberation! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When they say that, 'God takes avatar (reincarnates)' is incorrect. He is known as an When they say that, 'God takes avatar (reincarnates)' is incorrect. He is known as an avatari when last two or three incarnations (before Moksha) remain. God does not have the ability at all to do karma! Man does not have that ability either. It is due to illusion that he feels 'I did it'! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Moksha (ultimate liberation) cannot be attained until purity arises. To attain purity one has to Moksha (ultimate liberation) cannot be attained until purity arises. To attain purity one has to realize 'Who am I? — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When one remains 'sincere', no type of fear will come to him in the worldly When one remains 'sincere', no type of fear will come to him in the worldly life (sansar) and it will lead him to moksha (ultimate liberation)! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: After coming into the human life form, if one stays as the Self [Soul] and After coming into the human life form, if one stays as the Self [Soul] and does not interfere in the discharging karmas, he will indeed go to moksha. And if he interferes, he will incarnate in a different life form. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: All the energy is destroyed due to conflict. That is why the infinite energy of All the energy is destroyed due to conflict. That is why the infinite energy of the soul does not manifest (is not seen). If the slightest negative intent occurs, or the eye raises (on someone), it is conflict. What happens if you collide with a wall? You will crack your head. In the absence of conflict alone, man could go to moksha. If one learns only this: 'I do not want to get into conflict with anyone', he will go directly to moksha. Then no guru or anyone else would be needed in between. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When you become worthy of people's worship, you will be able to attain moksha (liberation), When you become worthy of people's worship, you will be able to attain moksha (liberation), you cannot go to moksha just like that. Reproach (criticism) by people is the cause of a life in the lower realms. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When does one qualify (for moksha)? It is when he never has any conflict in When does one qualify (for moksha)? It is when he never has any conflict in the worldly life. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Ashwin Sanghi: What should a man strive for? Kama - love, dharma - duty, artha - wealth, What should a man strive for? Kama - love, dharma - duty, artha - wealth, and moksha - salvation. — Ashwin Sanghi
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Where there is no 'superior', no underhand; such is the moksha [ultimate liberation] of the Where there is no 'superior', no underhand; such is the moksha [ultimate liberation] of the Vitaraag Lords [the enlightened ones] that I would like to have. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Bowing down in prayer to a body results in worldly life and bowing down in Bowing down in prayer to a body results in worldly life and bowing down in prayer to Soul results in attaining moksha (final liberation). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Absence of conflict creating intents is itself Moksh (Ultimate Liberation). Absence of conflict creating intents is itself Moksh (Ultimate Liberation). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When there is no venom (poison) of any kind in your eyes, when a liberated When there is no venom (poison) of any kind in your eyes, when a liberated smile is seen, then people will do your darshan (will come to see you with intent of worship). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If there is true 'Selfishness,' then there is 'liberation of the Self', and that indeed If there is true 'Selfishness,' then there is 'liberation of the Self', and that indeed is one's own form (the Self). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: We live here for five to fifty years (in this world, in the relative) and We live here for five to fifty years (in this world, in the relative) and we are searching for beautiful houses there, while where we have to live permanently (moksha; in the Real, Self), there is no work being done for it; and no one is even inquiring about that (place). The world is baseless/disorderly. 'Do something for here and do something for there'. We are not saying not to do anything for here. Do both. Don't you have two hands? — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you are not able to 'adjust everywhere', then even the moksha,that you have in If you are not able to 'adjust everywhere', then even the moksha,that you have in your hand, will go away. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Unity does not exist in the world. Only when the Gnani Purush [the enlightened one] Unity does not exist in the world. Only when the Gnani Purush [the enlightened one] grants moksha [liberation], does unity arise. Unity cannot prevail without Gnan [knowledge of the self]. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When there is no attachment-abhorrence; one is on the path of liberation [moksha]. When there is no attachment-abhorrence; one is on the path of liberation [moksha]. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: By doing actions, one will not attain Liberation [Moksha]; through understanding leads one to Liberation. By doing actions, one will not attain Liberation [Moksha]; through understanding leads one to Liberation. The fruit (effect) of action is the worldly life [sansaar]. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By U.G. Krishnamurti: What you know can never be the beyond. Whatever you experience is not the beyond. What you know can never be the beyond. Whatever you experience is not the beyond. If there is any beyond, this movement of 'you' is absent. The absence of this movement probably is the beyond, but the beyond can never be experienced by you; it is when the 'you' is not there. Why are you trying to experience a thing that cannot be experienced? — U.G. Krishnamurti
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What do the vitarags [the enlightened one] say? This world will keep on running, You What do the vitarags [the enlightened one] say? This world will keep on running, You do not interfere with anything in it. If you want to attain ultimate liberation (moksha) then you will have maintain a state of vitaragta (state free of attachment). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you say, 'Now I look like an old man', you will start to look If you say, 'Now I look like an old man', you will start to look like an old man. If you say, 'No, I look like a young man now', you will start to look like a young man. What you project is what you will see. Soul is the form of projection and if false projections are done, the worldly life is created! If you come to a state free of false belief (wrong projection), You will be in the state of the 'Real form of the Self' (mood swaroop). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Rajneesh: Sinners live in a sort of hell, and saints imagine themselves in a sort of Sinners live in a sort of hell, and saints imagine themselves in a sort of heaven. And the sage? - for him it is moksha, for him it is the absolute freedom. He is freed from all duality. The secret key, and the only key, is awareness. — Rajneesh
Moksha Sayings By Ramesh Menon: Just hearing about these lingas of grace rids a man of his sins. They are Just hearing about these lingas of grace rids a man of his sins. They are Somanatha, Mallikarjuna, Mahakaala, Parameswara, Kedara, BhimaSankara, Visvesa, Tryambaka, Vaidyanatha, Nagesa, Ramesa and Ghusmesa. Those who repeat these names daily achieve their every desire; and those who chant them with no trace of desire are released forever from birth and rebirth. When eaten, the prasada offered to these Jyotirlingas makes ashes of the sins of a thousand births. The mere sight of a Jyotirlinga can cause moksha; but these lingas were not always upon the earth. — Ramesh Menon
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: As long one is not able to let go of the insistence on a certain As long one is not able to let go of the insistence on a certain opinion [faith, sect], he has not earned the right for Moksha [Ultimate Liberation]. He is not worthy of Moksha if he is in the sect. He is only worthy of material happiness; he is worthy of a celestial life. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The Lord states, 'What can one do to go to moksha? He can go if The Lord states, 'What can one do to go to moksha? He can go if he attains the right belief of the Self; or if he attains the grace of the Gnani Purush'. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If one were to just understand the worldly life and what it is, he would If one were to just understand the worldly life and what it is, he would attain liberation [moksha]. The worldly life is 'relative'. And "All these relatives are temporary adjustments". — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you want to go to moksha (attain ultimate liberation), you will have to become If you want to go to moksha (attain ultimate liberation), you will have to become simple and straightforward. Being obstinate won't work there. You will have to remove all the tubers; become totally free from intellect (abudh). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What is it that doesn't allow you to go to moksha? Obstinacy! What is it that doesn't allow you to go to moksha? Obstinacy! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Devdutt Pattanaik: The Hindu views life as the opportunity to fulfill karmic obligations (dharma), indulge the ego The Hindu views life as the opportunity to fulfill karmic obligations (dharma), indulge the ego with worldly power (artha), gratify the senses with worldly pleasure (kama), and discover the spirit (moksha). He can either react to samsara or simply witness it. The former fetters, the latter liberates. — Devdutt Pattanaik
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Mind is indeed that which takes one to Moksha, and it is also the mind Mind is indeed that which takes one to Moksha, and it is also the mind that makes one wander around in the worldly life. One needs to just turn it in the right direction. It had been turned in the wrong direction, and so it needs to be turned in the right direction. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Who doesn't allow one to attain siddh gati (the final state of Liberation, moksha)? The Who doesn't allow one to attain siddh gati (the final state of Liberation, moksha)? The body-complex (pudgal - that which charges and discharges). Similarly, what doesn't let a gourd covered with mud, to go on top and float on water? The mud. The negative atoms, they weigh very heavily. They drag the Soul, the Self lower down. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Zeena Schreck: Conservatism is far from what I'm aiming at in proclaiming the establishment of a Sethian Conservatism is far from what I'm aiming at in proclaiming the establishment of a Sethian left-hand path tradition in the West as one of the first missions of the SLM. In fact, in establishing such a tradition, true to the spirit of sacred transgression and holy subversion that is essential to both Seth and the left-hand path, we are opening a door that enlightens through endangerment, that awakens through risk and peril: this is a radical (from Latin radix, root, implying how deep a change is required) enterprise that is the very opposite of conservatism."
"From the Eye of the Storm" (Zeena's column as Hemet-Neter Tepi Seth for the SLM), Volume I - Summer Solstice issue (2003): "Building a Sethian Left-Hand Path Tradition in the West. — Zeena Schreck
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Worship without 'Gnan' [True Knowledge] will give material pleasures in the world and worship accompanied Worship without 'Gnan' [True Knowledge] will give material pleasures in the world and worship accompanied by 'Gnan' [True Knowledge] is known as 'Gnan' [True Knowledge] which gives the result of moksha [ultimate liberation]. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Swami Dhyan Giten: Only when the seeker is lost, the truth is there. Seek, and you will miss. Only when the seeker is lost, the truth is there. Seek, and you will miss. Seek not, and you will find. The very seeking becomes a barrier to truth, to the ultimate experience. — Swami Dhyan Giten
Moksha Sayings By Munindra Misra: Artha - attainment of wealth, material prosperity,Its realization on righteous and moral basis be;- 5 Artha - attainment of wealth, material prosperity,
Its realization on righteous and moral basis be;
- 5 - — Munindra Misra
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The worldly life remains [and is not ending and one is not going to moksha] The worldly life remains [and is not ending and one is not going to moksha] due to the pollution of the mind [bad mind/bad thoughts] and not due to the pollution of the body. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Physical action [paudgalik kriya] will give only worldly fruits; it will not go in vain. Physical action [paudgalik kriya] will give only worldly fruits; it will not go in vain. If you plant sugar cane, you will eat sweet food and if you plant bitter gourd, you will eat bitter food. Plant whichever taste appeals to you and if you want liberation [Moksha], then don't plant anything. Stop sowing seeds altogether. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you want to travel on the path of moksha (ultimate liberation), 'You' (the Self) If you want to travel on the path of moksha (ultimate liberation), 'You' (the Self) do not have to 'do' anything. And if you want to wander in the worldly life, 'You' have to 'do' everything. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Saints guide people on the path of religion [dharma] and the Gnani Purush [the enlightened Saints guide people on the path of religion [dharma] and the Gnani Purush [the enlightened one] grants 'liberation' (moksha). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Devdutt Pattanaik: Lakshmi is Vishnu's bhoga-patni, connecting him with the earthly needs of man. Saraswati is Vishnu's Lakshmi is Vishnu's bhoga-patni, connecting him with the earthly needs of man. Saraswati is Vishnu's moksha-patni, connecting him with the spiritual needs of man. — Devdutt Pattanaik
Moksha Sayings By Swami Satchidananda: The cause of bandha and moksha (bondage and liberation) is our own minds. If we The cause of bandha and moksha (bondage and liberation) is our own minds. If we think we are bound, we are bound. If we think we are liberated, we are liberated ... It is only when we transcend the mind that we are free from all these troubles. (117) — Swami Satchidananda
Moksha Sayings By Aldous Huxley: Science starts with observation; but the observation is always selective. You have to look at Science starts with observation; but the observation is always selective. You have to look at the world through a lattice of projected concepts. Then you take the moksha-medicine, and suddenly there are hardly any concepts. You don't select and immediately classify what you experience; you just take it in. It's like that poem of Wordsworth's, 'Bring with you a heart that watches and receives.' In — Aldous Huxley
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: He who wants to go to moksha (Final Liberation), he will have to realize his He who wants to go to moksha (Final Liberation), he will have to realize his own self. Otherwise no matter how much of anything else he does, he will not attain moksha (liberation). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What do the Vitaraag [the enlightened one] say? 'If you want to continue to remain What do the Vitaraag [the enlightened one] say? 'If you want to continue to remain in the worldly life, then do what people say, but if you want to attain Moksha [ultimate liberation], then do only what I say, then only you can go to Moksha! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Swami Abhayananda: This "vision" of the Self is described in the Upanishads as Liberation (moksha). It is This "vision" of the Self is described in the Upanishads as Liberation (moksha). It is a freedom, a release, from doubt, from uncertainty, from the fears attending ignorance, forever. All questions are answered; all desires and causes for sorrow are put to rest; for thereafter, a man knows the secret of all existence. All previous notions of limitation and mortality, all darkness of ignorance, is swept away in the all-illuminating light of Truth: — Swami Abhayananda
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you are lost while travelling on the road, then if you ask a guide If you are lost while travelling on the road, then if you ask a guide of the road, you will find the right way. Similarly, people have become lost on their way to moksha. They will find a solution when they meet the One (Gnani, the Enlightened One) who is familiar with the way to moksha. 'We' are that guide to moksha [the ultimate liberation]! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Moksha (Liberation) is to become free from gathering & dispersing of circumstances. Moksha (Liberation) is to become free from gathering & dispersing of circumstances. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: God says that the one who does not find the worldly life boring at all, God says that the one who does not find the worldly life boring at all, is not worthy of moksha [the ultimate liberation] at all. While earning money one gets bored, while not earning money one gets bored, everywhere one gets bored, then he is considered worthy of moksha. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What are dualities? They are what creates the worldly life [sansaar]. And if one attains What are dualities? They are what creates the worldly life [sansaar]. And if one attains Liberation [moksha], he will be beyond dualities! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Where there is use of the buddhi [intellect], there is no Moksha [Liberation], and where Where there is use of the buddhi [intellect], there is no Moksha [Liberation], and where there is Moksha, there the intellect is not needed. Samaj [Understanding] is needed. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Religion [dharma] originates where there is doer-ship [to do], Moksha [ultimate liberation] originates where there Religion [dharma] originates where there is doer-ship [to do], Moksha [ultimate liberation] originates where there is understanding (to understand). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: To whom should you surrender? The one who takes the responsibility for you right till To whom should you surrender? The one who takes the responsibility for you right till the 'end' (moksha, the ultimate liberation). Surrender to the one who is tatharoop [attained the highest spiritual state]. Surrender to the one whom you consider a 'Virat Purush' [magnificent human being], otherwise there is no point of surrendering. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What is the one going to Moksha (attaining Liberation) like? He is someone who enjoys What is the one going to Moksha (attaining Liberation) like? He is someone who enjoys only the bliss of the 'Self'. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The language for attaining Liberation [moksha] is beyond duality. The language for worldly life is The language for attaining Liberation [moksha] is beyond duality. The language for worldly life is with duality. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If you remain 'insincere' to one person, then that person will hold you back from If you remain 'insincere' to one person, then that person will hold you back from going to moksha! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When will final Liberation [Moksha] occur?! It is when your knowledge, your understanding [darshan] becomes When will final Liberation [Moksha] occur?! It is when your knowledge, your understanding [darshan] becomes mistake-free. You have been stuck because of these mistakes. One says, 'I am Chandulal. I am the husband of this woman. I am this boy's father. I am eighty years old'. So many such mistakes are there! There is a series of such mistakes!! Mistake is indeed at the root of all that!!! 'This' is the only misunderstanding' there is, and that is what has obstructed liberation. And through only one understanding there is liberation. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The worldly life means a market place of sensual pleasures. Worldly life means false (temporary) The worldly life means a market place of sensual pleasures. Worldly life means false (temporary) happiness all the time. And moksha (liberation) means permanent happiness all the time. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Grace of the Gnani' [the enlightened one] will take you to moksha [ultimate liberation] and Grace of the Gnani' [the enlightened one] will take you to moksha [ultimate liberation] and 'Grace of God' will give you worldly happiness. God will not take you to moksha, because God cannot be realized without a 'Gnani' [the enlightened one], can he? He remains hidden. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: In reality, the outer instruments (hands, feet, eyes, etc) are not the hindrance (for liberation); In reality, the outer instruments (hands, feet, eyes, etc) are not the hindrance (for liberation); it is the inner instrument (mind, intellect, chit and ego) that is obstructive. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Civility must be a natural thing; all the rest is considered etiquette. The path of Civility must be a natural thing; all the rest is considered etiquette. The path of moksha [ultimate liberation] means there must be simplicity. There should be no 'ghosts of etiquette' there. — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: What is the body complex (pudgal)? It is influx and outflow (puran-galan); it is credit What is the body complex (pudgal)? It is influx and outflow (puran-galan); it is credit and debit. And if you attain knowledge of the Soul, the Self, then you will attain Moksha (liberation). — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Balajinnatha Pandita: According to Abhinavagupta, a yogin who is established in the understanding and experience of supreme According to Abhinavagupta, a yogin who is established in the understanding and experience of supreme non-dualism, sees only one reality shining in all mutually opposite entities like pleasure and pain, bondage and liberation, sentience and insentience, and so on, just as an ordinary person sees both a ghata and a kumbha as only one thing (a pot) expressed through different words (Tantraloka, 11.19). — Balajinnatha Pandita
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If one were to worship the Soul (self) for even a moment, he will attain If one were to worship the Soul (self) for even a moment, he will attain moksha without fail. Such is the elegance of the body-complex (paudgalik ramanta) in this world! — Dada Bhagwan
Moksha Sayings By Swami Sivananda: Always do good to others. Be selfless. Mentally remove everything and be free. This is Always do good to others. Be selfless. Mentally remove everything and be free. This is divine life. This is the direct way to Moksha or salvation. — Swami Sivananda
Moksha Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Fruit of discharge karma with shukladhyan (contemplation as the Self, Pure Soul) is moksha, and Fruit of discharge karma with shukladhyan (contemplation as the Self, Pure Soul) is moksha, and fruit of discharge karma with dharmadhyan (auspicious contemplation; to not hurt anyone, to give happiness to others) is tremendous punya. It binds punyanubandhi punya (merit karma which binds more merit karma). — Dada Bhagwan