Jo Jagat Hai, So Pavat Hai
Jo Jagat Hai, So Pavat Hai - Looking at the transient nature of the world, Lord Rama developed dispassion, so did Siddhartha and the likes. There are many such great ones, who, on having earned enough religious merit, take to the path of spirituality so as to meet the primary objective of their human-life, and thus, succeed in attaining Self-realization. You yourself should ponder – ‘Who am I, and what have I been doing so far? If I am not putting in any effort to attain Self-realization right now, when shall I do so? Who knows what is going to happen the very next moment? Is there any doubt that death can come any time, any moment?’ The one, who is awakened thus is bound to be skillful in action, and hence, can’t do any harm to anyone. He would rather behold His own essential nature in everyone. This would give rise to a peaceful environment in the society around him; and also sharpen his discrimination, thereby establishing him in the Knowledge of the Self, and leading him to attain Self-realization. The information about the seven Jnana-Bhumikas (or the Stages of Knowledge) has been provided in this book – ‘Jo Jagat Hai, So Pavat Hai’. This book will enlighten you regarding:
· Which human being is considered a two legged animal?
· How Swami Vivekananda lived during his seven years of spiritual practice?
· Murakh Hridaya Na cheta
· First Stage of Jnana
· What is Shubhechchha (desire for light and bliss)?
· Who will develop more interest in meditation and japa?
· When does one firmly realise the illusory nature of the world?
· Who is beyond distraction of the mind?
· Where does the spacious vivid world go then?
· What does it mean to attain Turiyatita state (the fourth state) and Videhamukti (liberation after death)?
· Who is our true well-wisher?
· Enlightening message of Pujya Bapuji
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