Sunday, December 13, 2009


Guruji wrote the following...a wonderful one!


"I make up my mind never more to wear anger on my face.
I will not inject the poison of anger in the heart of my peace
and thus kill my spiritual life.

I will be angry only with anger and with nothing else. I cannot be angry
with anyone because the good and the bad both are divine brethren,
born of my one divine Father.

I will calm the wrath of others by the good example of my tranquility, especially when I see my brothers suffering from the delirium of anger.

Teach me not to kindle anger and thus devastate with the conflagration of wrath the green oasis of peace within me and in others.Teach me rather to extinguish anger with the torrents of my unceasing love.

Heavenly Father, command the lake of my kindness ever to remain undisturbed by the storm of misery-making anger."

(from Metaphysical Meditations)

Friday, December 4, 2009


Chapter IV VERSE 34

"Understand this! By surrendering thyself (to the guru), by questioning (the guru and thine inner perception), and by service (to the guru), the sages who have realized truth will impart that wisdom to thee"

When the devotee prays to God, he sends him a Guru. It is God who speaks through guru's voice.

In GTWA, Paramhansaji wrote that, "A disciple residing far away from the guru may practice a spiritual method of communion. The guru, one with God, is present everywhere including the wisdom-center of all men. At the end of meditation each day the disciple whould concentrate at the point between the eyebrows and visualize his guru. Thinking of him with love and devotion, the disciple should ask the questions he wants answered. If the concentration is deep, the devotee will receive silent answers to his questions in the form of accruing inner perceptions."

So the above should be followed at the end of mediations.....