Importance of Guru

गुरु आवश्यक है , गुरु किसे कहते हैं ?
जिसमें श्रीकृष्ण प्रेम हो , केवल लैक्चर दे , उससे काम नहीं चलेगा। भगवान् की प्राप्ति में केवल प्रेम देखा जायेगा।
रामही केवल प्रेम पियारा।
आप लोग जब पैदा हुये तो बोल नहीं सकते थे , माँ को पहचान भी नहीं सकते थे। भूख लगी – रो दिये। दर्द हुआ – रो दिये। बस ! बस वहीँ फिर पहुँचना होगा आपको एक दिन। इस जन्म में पहुँचो चाहें हजारों जन्मों में दुःख भोगने के पश्चात्। ये कृपालु का वाक्य आपको सदा याद रखना है – फिर भोले बालक बनना है , { भोला बालक }
गुरु के आदेश में जरा भी बुद्धि न लगाओ ; जैसे वाल्मीकि मरा – मरा कहता रहा , उसने न तो ये पूछा कि मरा – मरा कहने से क्या होगा ? और न ये पूछा आप कब लौटकर आयेंगे ? जो आज्ञा है उसका पालन करना है।
…………जगद्गुरु श्री कृपालु जी महाप्रभु।


Shri Krishna Jamashtami @ Prem Mandir, Vrindavan

Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj’s historic temple Prem Mandir (Vrindaban, India), which cannot be compared with any other temple, biggest and tallest temple in Vrindavan.

Krishna Janmashtmi celebration  LIVE TELECAST on the India TV, Aaj Tak, NDTV, IBN7, News24, Sahara UP / UK, India on 18 August 2014 from 11:50 pm to 12:20 am (19 August 2014)

Many of them who reside outside india were able to see this event as Live Telecast on Internet was available on www.JKPLive.Org News of a once-in-a-lifetime divine event.



The Secret of Deity Worship

The power that any object possesses is not influenced by one’s feelings. In other words, if someone unknowingly drank milk mixed with poison, that object (the poison  like cyanide) would produce a poisonous effect. That person would die, because the outcome of drinking poison is death. If someone knowingly drank poison in order to commit suicide, he would also die. It doesn’t matter if a person knowingly or unknowingly drinks poison(any type like cyanide), he will die.

If someone who doesn’t know how to swim and intentionally jumps in a river to kill himself or if he accidentally slips and falls in, the outcome is the same. In our country thousands die accidentally like this every year. This means that the object produces an outcome, which has no concern with your intention or feelings towards that object.

Shri Krishna
Similarly, there is a stone deity. That stone was brought from somewhere, sculpted into a form, and then given a name like Ram, Krishna or Hanuman. It is just stone – it doesn’t see, hear, taste, smell, feel, think or know. It is lifeless. As a result, we should receive a similar consequence from that object through its worship. What is that outcome?

A person drank poison mixed in milk and, even though he thought it to be milk, he was still poisoned. In the very same way, whatever feeling you may invest in the stone deity, you should receive the consequence of it just being stone.

Bhagwan Shri Krishn came on this earth as a divine descension. He was supreme God. Those who knew and believed him to be supreme God and loved him, received a divine consequence. This is only logical. Yet there were also those who never knew nor believed Him to be supreme God, and who just considered Him to be an ordinary boy and loved Him as such. Some accepted and loved him as their father, as their son and as their husband. But they also received a divine consequence and entered Golok abode. Even those who were hostile towards Shri Krishna, who were negatively attached to Him, received this attainment.

A man has a paras, a mythological stone that converts iron into gold. Whether a person touches that lovingly to some object or he angrily slams it against some object, the object will be converted to gold. The effect will come from the paras, provided the paras and the object come into contact with each other. Similarly, electricity is flowing through a wire. Whether a person accidentally touches it or touches it on purpose to die, he will be electrocuted.

In the Bhagwatam (10/29/12), Parikshit asked his Guru, Shukdev Paramhansa, “The Gopis believed that Shri Krishna was just a boy. They never thought He was God. In fact, they used to verbally taunt Him. Still, mentally they felt attached to Him and loved Him. Everyone in the world loves like this. So how were they liberated from Maya?” Shukdev strongly admonished Parikshit (Bhagwatam, 10/29/13), “Didn’t I explain to you earlier that Shishupal attained the divine abode? This, too, after he insulted Shri Krishna one hundred times in the royal assembly.” You attain the effect of the object your mind is attached to. But your mind has to come into contact with that through emotional attachment, no matter what that emotion may be – this is the condition. (Bhagwatam, 10/29/15) “So, Parikshit, listen carefully and now don’t have any more doubts about God or Saint in the future.”

So many impurities flow into the holy Ganga (Ganges River). They don’t make the Ganga impure, rather it is the Ganga that purifies the impurities. Anything can be placed in fire, but it doesn’t make the fire impure. Whatever is placed there eventually is converted into fire. The rays of the sun fall everywhere equally, no matter if they fall upon the pure or impure. This doesn’t make the sun impure. God is omnipresent. He dwells in even the dirtiest impure places. But God doesn’t become impure because of this. He makes the impure divinely pure.

In this way, whether Shri Krishna is remembered through feelings of lust, anger, greed, jealously or even hostility, regardless of how one’s mind is attached to Him, the consequence of this attachment is attaining Shri Krishna and going to Golok.

So now you understand one point – that you should be mentally attached to Shri Krishna, regardless of whether you believe He is supreme God, a human being, or an enemy.

By loving a lifeless material object and believing it to be God, the same divine benefit can be achieved as could be achieved by loving Shri Krishna directly. Even if you love an object made of lifeless material elements, if you worship it believing it to be God, you will attain God. Imagine there is a stone deity. You love this with the feeling that it is God. God does reside in the deity because He is omnipresent. He is also all-knowing. Therefore He will give us a consequence based on our feelings for Him. But if we were to worship a statue of a human being such as our mother, father, and so on, we won’t attain anything. That human being does not permeate the statue. He is not all-knowing. What could he know about the worship we are performing to him through that statue? But if God were worshiped through that statue, because He is omnipresent and omniscient, we would receive a divine benefit from that worship.

It is on this basis that deity worship has been propagated in India.

The Bible explains that God permeates every particle of this world

Two forms of suffering affect us. One relates to the body and one to the mind. You all know what physical suffering is – today you caught a cold, you came down with a fever, your stomach is hurting. There are even bigger diseases than this like cancer. Everyone suffers from these, regardless if they are a king or a billionaire.

But the greatest suffering of all is mental suffering. What is that? Lust, anger, greed, jealousy and so on. These mental afflictions are the most frightening. A person may live in a house made of gold and lack nothing in this world, but he feels no peace. He is in depression. He takes sleeping pills just so he can get two or three hours of sleep. Why? Because he is wealthy.

If someone became the ruler of the entire earth, he would still feel unhappy. He thinks, “The human body is so dirty. It becomes diseased. But a celestial body is really something special! It always exudes perfume. I have heard that the celestial gods never feel hungry or thirsty. If only I could go there…” He went there as Indra, the king of the celestial abodes. Even then he felt, “Brahma’s abode is still better than mine!” This disease never ends. We have been in the celestial abodes hundreds of thousands of times. The residents there also feel tense and agitated if they see someone who has more then themselves. Desires, anger, greed and all the mental vices still exist there.

So these mental diseases that cause mental suffering are the most frightening. This is called the disease of Maya. Saint Tulsidas wrote,

Kama vata kapha lobha apara, krodha pitta nit chhati jara.

The root cause of physical disease are the three doshas of vata, kapha, and pitta. Similarly, the Bhagavad Gita describes that desire, anger and greed are not only the source of mental disease but also the doorway to hell and they lead to one’s utter destruction.

So just as we take medicine for a physical disease, so we should take some medicine for these mental afflictions, and there are many remedies prescribed for these that people practice. Saint Tulsidas writes,

Nem dharma achar tapa yoga yagya japa daan…

Proper behavior, good actions, physical austerities, yoga, Vedic rituals, repetition of God’s name, the giving of charity – even if you take millions of these remedies prescribed in the name of dharma, these mental afflictions won’t go away. No matter how many good actions you perform, you will only attain the celestial abode, and there this disease won’t stop. The source of this disease is Maya. If Maya goes away, then all these afflictions will also go away. If you cut the root of a tree, then the trunk, branches, twigs, leaves, flowers and fruits all will cease to exist. But if you cut just one branch, you won’t eliminate the tree. Instead two, four or six more branches will grow in place of the one that was cut.

Desires are such that if you fulfilled any one of them, it gives rise to greed. If you don’t fulfill desire, it gives rise to anger. Both these enemies are standing before you. It doesn’t matter if it’s a small desire or a big one. You had a desire that your child should obey you. “Son, give me some water.” He ran to get it. You thought, “He will really serve us when we become old.” Ten minutes later you said to him, “Bring my glasses.” He kept on sitting. “I said to bring my glasses.” He still continued to sit. “Are you deaf? Didn’t you hear me?” He again remained seated. “I gave birth to a demon!” He was the embodiment of service a few minutes earlier and now he is a demon!

You fight all the time in your home with your mother, father, husband and wife. Why? If your desire wasn’t fulfilled, you fought. If your desire was fulfilled, you developed more desires beyond this. Did you earn $100,000? “Yes, but now how can I get $200,000? What should I do?” Did you earn a billion? “Yes, but what business should I do so that I can double it?”

So desire, anger, and greed are the generals in Maya’s army. Absolutely no one can defeat them, no matter if they are a human being, a celestial god, or a demon. No one has ever been born anywhere in this universe who could defeat Maya, and no one ever will be. Why? Because as Shri Krishna said (Gita 7/14), “Oh souls, listen carefully! Maya is My power. It belongs to Me. Only when I say, ‘Go!’ will it go. You can’t remove it through your own efforts.”

So dasi raghubir ki samujhai mithya sopi,
chhutai na Ram kripa binu Natha kahahu pad ropi.

God and the scriptures are issuing a challenge. Maya is a power of God and without God’s grace, Maya will not go away. As long as Maya doesn’t go away, none of its children will go away.

So everyone is suffering and we will continue to suffer as long as we don’t receive God’s grace. So how do we receive it? There must be some condition we have to fulfill because, after all, Saints like Shankaracharya, Nimbarkacharya, Madhvacharya, Tulsi, Soor, Meera, Kabir, Nanak, and Tukaram received God’s grace. They must have fulfilled some condition that we did not, and that’s why we are continuing to suffer.

So what do we need to give to God so He bestows His grace on us? We can’t see Him to render service to Him directly so He graces us. In the world, if we needed something from some great king, we could at least sweep the footpath outside his door. He would occasionally glance at us and perhaps say, “He comes here every day to sweep. Alright, what do you want? Tell me.”

God is omnipresent. He also resides in our hearts and hears our desires. But we don’t see Him and realise His presence. Rather, we dispute this, “Listen, if you mixed salt in water, it would become salty. If you mix sugar in water, it would become sweet. But if God is omnipresent, He is also in this water. Then why don’t I experience Him? Where did He go? I drink water every day!” Yet The Ved, the Puranas, even the Bible, explain that God permeates every particle of this world. All the scriptures say this.

Our response to this is another argument, “It’s just hearsay that God is omnipresent. Even if He is omnipresent, that’s fine. But what is He doing for me? He’s not fulfilling my aim now, nor will He in the future.” So God says, “Have faith.” What should we have faith in? He says, “That I am residing in your heart. There’s no need to go anywhere to find Me. I am seated in the temple of your heart.”

The Mundaka Upanishad says there are two eternal friends that reside in your heart – you and God. Just believe it. But this is where we have a problem. We don’t accept this. If we did accept this, then there would only be one thing left to do after this: Beg. What is required is to believe and then to beg.

A person may say, “But when I go to the temple I beg all the time. ‘Oh, God, let me see You. Grace me’.” Everyone prays to God like this wherever God is worshiped, and you also do it in your own home. But your begging is just superficial. You are only asking with your voice and words. You are not begging from the heart.

Food offered to God in the temple

Food offered to God at home

It is customary everywhere to offer food to God before eating. A person closes his eyes for a few moments and thinks, “Oh God, come and eat.” In temples, big food offerings are made to the deities. But does any temple priest have the faith that God will actually eat that food? If he had even .1% faith this was possible, after opening his eyes, he would look to see, “Alright, what did God eat?” And if he saw that God didn’t eat anything, he would feel bad.

If someone in your own family refused to eat, you would definitely feel bad. You also wouldn’t eat. You would cry and say, “He left without eating!” But if God left without eating what was offered to Him you have no reaction at all. Then why offer food to Him if you don’t believe He will actually eat it? You may respond, “It’s a tradition. My father did it so I do it, too, and besides that, everyone else does it. So I also sprinkle water over the food and say a few mantras.” So will God eat because you said a few mantras?

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Bhajans and Kirtan

Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj – Bhajans and Kirtan

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Anupam Roop Neelamani Ko Ri (15:28)
“Krishna’s sapphire complexion is indescribable”
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Are Man Avsar Beetyo Jaat
“Oh my mind! This golden opportunity is slipping away”
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Deen Ki Sun Lo Deenanath (15:00)
“Oh Krishna! Listen to this destitute soul’s call”
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Dharu Nandanandana Ko Dhyan Re (26:40)
“Oh my mind! Meditate on Shri Krishna”
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Ham Chakar Kunja Viharini Ke (26:00)
“We are the eternal servants of Shri Radha”
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Hamare Man Bhayo Braj Dham (20:54)
“My heart is forcibly attracted to divine Braj”
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Hamari Radhey, Deenan ki Rakhavar (20:54)
“Our Radhey is the protector of destitutes”
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Hamari Shyama, Rasikan Mukut Mani (20:54)
“Shri Radha is the crest-jewel of Rasik Saints”
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Hamaro, Jeevandhan Ghyanshyam (20:54)
“Shri Krishna is the treasure of my life!”
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Hamaro, Shri Vrindaban Chand (16:37)
“Shri Krishna is Our Everything”
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Ik Nazar Unko Dekha (16:31)
“I looked at Krishna and a loving disaster happened”
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Kishori! Tore Charanan Ki Bali Jaun (23:44)
“I sacrifice my everything on Kishori Ji’s lotus-feet.”
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Nachat Ta, Thei Thei Nandakumar (30:00)
“Shri Krishna is dancing in the bowers of Vrindaban”
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Shri Shyama Ju Ko, Aiso Sarala Subhaya (19:51)
“My Shri Radha is divinely simple and gracious”
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What after Death ? Afterlife ?

What after Death ? Afterlife ?
or many other question like after a death ? life after death ? such questions comes in our mind

Jo bhi aye jaye vah Govinda Radhey,
Mayadheen mayateet sab hi bata dey.

(Synopsis of a talk given by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj on December 31, 2010, in Bhakti Dham, Mangarh, India, explaining this new kirtan verse)

There are two kinds of people in the world – the souls under the bondage of Maya (mayadheen) and the Saints beyond Maya (mayateet). Saints are very few; mayic souls are more than 99.9% of the total. Whether Saint or soul, whoever comes into this world, one day must go.

A Saint leaves according to his own will. A Maya-bound soul is a prisoner and is taken away. You don’t remember from your previous birth how much pain you experienced when you left your body at the time of death. A person thinks, “Oh! My father! My son! My daughter! My house! I have to leave all this? And I’m going alone? What is happening to me?!” This pain can’t be explained.

Depiction of Yamaraj

So one must leave this world and this applies to everyone. Even the time that supreme God descends on this earth is fixed. When that time arrives, Yamaraj respectfully approaches God and says, “My Lord, Your time has come. I am only reminding You. If You wish to remain longer, please do so. I am only doing my job.”

Yamaraj also appears before a Saint at this time and says, “If it is your wish, please stay longer. I am just reminding you that the time fixed for your leaving has come.”

Saints do not violate God’s laws. We see Jagadguru Shankaracharya left this world at the age of 32. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu left at the age of 48. Some leave at the age of 50, some at the age of 80. There is no fixed age for a Saint to leave. Rather a Saint’s prarabdh or destiny due to his past actions also determines the time of his leaving.

The “Angel of Death” in Christianity

So just as souls are bound to undergo their destiny, Saints also undergo a destiny. The difference is that if the Saint’s son dies or all his wealth or property is stolen, he remains ever-blissful, “My Lord, this is only your desire. Please do as you wish!” We mourn these losses with great pain, “Oh! My son left this world!” Yes, but everyone knows that whoever comes in this world must leave this world. Don’t you also know this?

You may not have studied the Vedas and scriptures, but just have a look at the world around you. You see a child dying before his father. You see these things daily – why don’t you accept it? This is the state of our intellect. We see these things but we don’t accept them. We think, “I’m not going to die. I’m only 50 years old!” But now you have become 80 years old. “So what! I’m not going to die now.”

If you pretend you are going to wring the neck of a person who is so elderly he can no longer sit up or a person who is terminally ill, they will shout, “Hey! What are you doing? I don’t want to die!” If you say, “But I want to put you out of your misery.” They will say, “So what! Let me suffer.”

So those who come into this world must leave. Saints leave according to their own will and souls who leave must return to this world. As long as a soul hasn’t been liberated from Maya, he must return to this material jail. What kind of form one receives is a separate point. The one who has practiced devotion and wholeheartedly rendered service to God and Saint will obtain a human form. The one who has merely satisfied his senses and wholeheartedly absorbed himself in the world will go into a lower birth.

So whoever comes into this world must leave – regardless if it is a soul, a Saint, or even supreme God when He descends. Lord Krishna remained on this earth for 125 years. Lord Ram remained on this earth for 11,000 years. Lord Narsingh remained for only ten minutes – but however long anyone remains on this earth, he will have to go eventually. You should keep remembering this philosophy and be prepared. Don’t look to your age and think you are still young. Remain alert all the time.

A person is driving in the city. On the road there are also many other vehicles. He remains extremely alert – what is behind him, what is ahead of him, what is happening to his left, what is on his right. He also has to remember the way and his destination. He keeps all this in mind because if he makes the smallest mistake he will have an accident.

Remain ever-vigilant because you could go at any moment. And what we receive after death is determined what we are emotionally attached to at the time of our death. If you have your father in mind at the time of your death, you must go to that father afterward. If that father is reborn as a dog, that will also be your destiny.

Yanti devavrata devan pitrin yanti pitivratah.
Bhutani yanti bhutejya yanti madyajinopimam. (Gita, 9/25)

In your next birth you will return to the one with whom you were attached in this birth. In this regard, there are a total of four consequences. If you are attached to a tamsi person, you will receive a tamsi consequence (narak or hell). If you are attached to a rajsi person, you will receive a rajsi consquence and remain on this earth. If you were attached to a sattvik person or celestial god, then you will receive a sattvik consequence and enter the celestial abode or swarga for a limited time. If you love God or His Saint, you will attain Golok, God’s divine abode. Decide what your final goal is and love accordingly.

We can’t delay the moment of our death for even ten minutes. You may not even have left your house when this happens – so many people have heart attacks while sleeping. The engineer who designed this hall was from Agra. He was at home in bed with his wife by his side. When his wife woke up the next morning, she saw her husband had died in the night.

When we have to go, we must, and no one knows when that time will be.

Therefore, every moment remain vigilant.

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Real Significance of Eid

There are two types of Eid. One is idulphitar and the other is idul jaha. Idulphitar is what is celebrated in the month of ramadan. There is a story behind idul jaha. There was one paigambar (prophet) named Hazrat Ibrahim, like Prophet Mohammed. Haztrat Ibrahim was a great saint. Paigambar (prophet) means the saints who have been sent by God. God decided to test Ibrahim and so God sent a message to Ibrahim in his dream and said that now you leave your wife and son in a dessert where water will also not be available to them. Ibrahim took their wife and small child Ijrael to the dessert. But God serves those who completely surrender to him. Hence, God had made all the arrangements for the upbringing of the child.

Then again God came in Ibrahim’s dream and said that now you sacrifice your son to me by cutting his head and offering it to me. Then Ibrahim inquired about where his son is and found him. Ibrahim told his son that God has told me to sacrifice you, so will you follow my advice? His son said that if this is the wish of God then why wouldn’t I support it? So Ibrahim now prepared himself to cut the head of his son. Ibrahim covered his eyes with a cloth because if his eyes were open then he would not be able to cut the head of his own son. So Ibrahim covered his eyes and sacrificed and cut the head of his son. When Ibrahim opened his eyes he saw a sheep was there which had been sacrificed. God saved his child, and Ibrahim cleared the test of God.

This is the real meaning of Eid, to sacrifice yourself completely to God or in other words surrender yourself to God, but due to ignorance, people are doing violence and slaughtering sheep in the name of religion and naming it “Bakri Eid”.

The Real Significance of Eid is:

Idurjaha hai aaj Govind Radhey,
Dil ke gunaho se tauba kara de.
La illahi lilillaha Govind Radhe,
Mohamaddarsul allah dil me bitha de.

What is islam? Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj says in Quran

The followers of Islam Dharm are also impressed by the Divine personality of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. The Muslim devotees feel devotional happiness while in the presence of Shree Maharajji. The reconciliation of the philosophy of the Quran and the Hindu Scriptures by Shree Maharajji attracts the Muslim devotees, and they are very impressed and believe that nobody other than Shree Maharajji explains the true knowledge of Islam Dharm.

What is islam? Shree Maharajji says that the word Islam is made up of words labj-salm. Salm is an Arabic word. The meaning of salm is to sacrifice or surrender yourself to God so Islam literally means to surrender or sacrifice oneself to God only. The person who completely surrenders to God is said to be a follower of Islam Dharm.

Maa khalak tal ins v jinn illale aabudun (Quran)

Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj says that in the Quran it is written that people are created so that they can love God and surrender to God in the true sense. The hindi word Insan also refers to one who loves God and surrenders to Him.

How can we satisfy the soul?

Jesus Christ said, “It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God.” The more wealth one possesses, the further he goes away from God, and true happiness. It would be fine if his wealth would make him a happy man. But, this does not happen. It cannot happen. Material wealth and objects are for the body, but what about the soul? How can we satisfy the soul? The soul’s nourishment is devotion to God, the true wealth.

It is worth noting that even the topmost materialist has not found happiness in the material world. The truth is that wealth can purchase temporary joys, but not everlasting happiness. Money can buy medicine, but not health. It can purchase security in the form of an alarm system and guard dogs, but not fearlessness.

While the topmost materialist is still trying to catch the elusive butterfly called happiness, even the beginner on the spiritual path starts seeing wonderful changes within. He feels a sense of peace and contentment, and the more involved he gets with practicing a spiritual discipline, the more joyful and radiant he becomes. His happiness is a result of his newly found treasures: faith in God, love for God, knowledge of God and shelter of a Guru.

Kabir Das ji says: kabirā sab jag nirdhanādhanvantānahiṁkoya dhanvantāsoijāniyejāhipremdhanhoya

The good news is that following the spiritual path does not demand that you renounce home and family. It simply means taking some steps and precautions:

First of all, spend some quiet time with God every day, even if is it just one hour out of twenty four. During this time, do not pray for better health, more wealth, better job, success in your business, to get a better grade, a more understanding spouse, or more obedient children. Pray that you may accept everything in life as a sign of God’s Grace. Moreover, your prayer should not be motivated by fear of hell or greed for heaven, but by pure selfless love for the Divine Beloved.

Secondly, make it a routine to visit a place of worship on a Sunday, and take your children also. Drag them if you have to. When you go there, do not socialize and do not leave your children unattended to run around and play. Teach them at a young age. This is the biggest favour you will be doing to them. Do not be concerned whether or not your best friend or neighbours are there. One who wants to reach the destination does not look for company on the way. Do not look at what so-and-so is wearing or how so-and-so is behaving. Pray sincerely when you visit a place of worship. Your worship should come from the heart.

Thirdly, always have good association. Seek the company of those who will help and inspire you on the spiritual path. Tulsidasji had instructed Meera to renounce the company of even loved ones if they obstruct the path leading to God.

Fourthly, do not read garbage. Do not watch garbage on television. After all, you would not put garbage in your mouth. Why would you put it in your mind?

Next, donate at the very least 10% of your earnings. Every religion instructs its followers to give 10% of their earnings to God. The reason is so that you should not become overly attached to the material world.And lastly, be committed on your path. Do not allow others to contaminate you.

The choice is yours to make. You can either take the material path downward to destruction or the spiritual path upward to perfection. May you choose wisely.

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Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health can also be called as Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog which is a part of the worldwide mission of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj, and has been established to serve humankind with the true knowledge of spirituality and Yoga, as prescribed in the original Hindu scriptures, to help attain spiritual, mental, and physical well-being.

One of the greatest treasures of Indian culture and tradition is the science of Yog. The Vedic Scriptures define Yog as “The Union of the soul with the Supreme is called Yog” (Garud Puran).

The achievement of such a Union with God requires the collective development of various aspects of our personality. We must thus learn the art of attaining perfect health of body, mind, intellect, and soul. This requires a healthy blend of spiritual and material sciences.

“Yoga” is becoming increasingly popular around the world. However, in the name of “yoga” merely asanas, or physical exercises, are being taught. These are no doubt helpful, but without emphasis on the purification of the mind, their effectiveness in curing physical diseases is limited, and mental diseases remain ignored and untouched.

Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog incorporates both material and spiritual knowledge for the complete physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual health of humankind.

Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog is a complete system of Yog that includes five Vedic disciplines for mind-management and exemplary physical health.

Yoga and Meditation

* Radhey Krishna Yogasan
* Radhey Krishna Pranayam
* Subtle Body Relaxation
* Roop Dhyan Meditation
* Science of Healthy Diet

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