Videos and Audios -Why is it necessary to live our life by God’s will?-I, II, III Dwarahat (Uttarakhand) Pilgrimage 15th-22nd Sept’18

Part 1

17th Sept, 2018 afternoon

Regular periods of purification, prolonged periods of meditation and continuous efforts of cleansing are required of all humans to salvage their souls of their incessant darkness and lack of wisdom and truth.

If you practice each day even with a little effort, your soul can redeem itself so that it can shine with brightness of Satya, Dharma and Shudh Karma-Truth, righteousness and pure actions.

Part 2

19th September, 2018 Morning

Manas or mind- In every individual jeeva there is present  manas or loosely called mind. A fragment of the Universal light is present in the individual. Out of this fraction, a little portion of the Universal Force and Light is present in the manas or mind. The mind is shaped in accordance to type of actions performed by the individual. It is the manas that feels and perceives and it has its own light, dim or bright depending on the person. The manas also has its own power depending on how well we behave, think and act. The type of actions performed by us is responsible for the type of force that enters our mind. It entirely depends on the quality and type of actions performed by the individual thus attracting either negative or positive forces.


Corrections: At juncture of 32.48 mins, instead of unconscious mind the right word is conscious mind. There are 3 levels in our mind conscious (gross), sub conscious (subtle) and unconscious (very subtle). Correspondingly-sthool, sukhshma, kaaran in Hindi.

Part 3

19th September, 2018 evening

“I will give you so many blessings that you will not be able to hold or store. I will reward you with such wonderful insights and knowledge greatest because your thirst for my home and my creation is undying and unquestionable. I will gift you with unfathomable skills, proficiency and dexterity that the world will stare but  not dare to bow you down. There will come a time in history when man will say that nobody has lived so well a short life made so precious and regal with faintest resources and meanest behaviour from closest quarters and so much more. A bright lamp was lit in the darkest place and all resources came from her within! Who can deny you, who can buy you?”


All audios

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3


Foot notes-

There are 3 types of karmas:-

1) Undesirable karmas or ashubh karmas

2) Meritorious karmas or shubh karmas

3) Highly meritorious karmas or ati shubh karmas.

One Response to Videos and Audios -Why is it necessary to live our life by God’s will?-I, II, III Dwarahat (Uttarakhand) Pilgrimage 15th-22nd Sept’18

  1. kunal vakil says:

    Dear Ma,

    Learnt alot from these videos, the practical side of spirituality is explained so well. I have understood that the pursuit of god is the fun of it, all the rishis are also still in this pursuit, the road is endless to perfection with many levels. The purpose is to keep reincarnating as a more perfect being and contributing more to a collectively conscious culture. It is in this pursuit that saints slowly burn with a intensity to start getting their own light and become a star or Nitya jyot.

    I have finally learning how to meditate, God is beyond the mind, meditation is a habit so that we learn to identify with our own highest state of mind that slowly rises with guru kripa. In high states of mind, low thoughts just dissolve. Not sure how to increase intensity in the high state of mind, like people can be angry which is a low state of mind with high intensity.

    I have stopped seeing things as positive and negative, still in duality but I see them as a high or low state of mind. Sri Aurobindo said ‘All life is yoga’, now I understand this statement, we have to use everything in this world that comes to us to raise our state of mind and then we will constantly be in meditation.

    Someone said about sport that when we start practicing a activity it gives us a lot, then we start giving it a lot, then we become the sport and finally we rise above the sport and it is then a part of us, to use it whenever needed.The rishis are the best scientists and researchers like this they have transcended not only the mind but many areas of their lives. They like to pursue god in every action, perfecting it.

    I wish I can pursue god in my studies and excercise and in everything I do to be a better man. Now I see that god can be worshipped in any way, through any action perfecting it. The blog is so inspirational reading every article my state of mind gets energised.


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