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Distinction between Maya and Sanskaras

 

Baba then distinguished between Maya and sanskaras:

Suppose you are assailed by anger, lust and greed or any bad emotion or feeling. This […]

The imperative claims of the invincible flame of the Truth

 

On Thursday morning, 16 November 1944, Baba visited the Buddhist Society in Nagpur. Adi Sr. read out the message, The […]

His constant remembrance tears the umbrella of sanskaras

On April 22nd, Baba went for a walk to the beach after lunch. Pointing to the ocean, Baba remarked to the group present:

I […]

For emancipation from sanskaras, surrender is the solution

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Emancipation from the grip of life and freedom from the labyrinths of actions are made possible for all […]

The futility of individual efforts and struggles for emancipation from sanskaras

(continued from previous post)

Karma yoga, dnyan yoga, raj yoga and bhakti yoga serve the purpose of being prominent signposts on the path of […]

Only actions can nullify actions

 

Life is thickly linked with actions. Life is lived through actions. Life is valued through actions. Life’s survival depends on actions. Life cognizant […]

Only the Sadguru can change the course of a person’s destiny

 

Amplifying this point, Baba continued:

In fact, there is nothing such as happiness and misery, virtue and vice, or good and […]

Balancing of Sanskaras – The importance of implicit and unquestioning obedience to Baba

Returning to the subject of sanskaras, Baba recounted to the women this true story:

There was a man who was a great […]

Good and evil [9/9] – Realization is free from sanskaras and beyond good and bad

When there is exact balancing and overlapping of good and bad sanskaras, they both disappear; with the result that what remains is a clean […]

Good and evil [8/9] – Analogies for overlapping sanskaras

The ego lives either through bad sanskaras or through good sanskaras, or through a mixture of good and bad sanskaras. Therefore the […]