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Self-realization is easy through the naturalness of the Akram Path (English Dadavani July-2007)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: Self-realization is easy through the naturalness of the Akram Path (English Dadavani July-2007)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Religion, Authors Community
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2007
Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan

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In the Akram path one becomes sahaj natural after attaining atmagnan Self-knowledge. Thereafter, the prakruti the relative self remains to come to naturalness. When the prakruti becomes natural then the self becomes natural and that is completion purnahuti. Natural means no tyaga renunciation, no grahan acquisition, and no doer ship at all. Where any effort is involved it is not natural sahaj. In this Akram path, once one attains the state of pure Soul—‘I am Shuddhatma’ the comma is gone and there is a full stop. Now one has to make the prakruti the non-Self complex, natural and bring to its natural closure. Here there is no hassle of renunciation or acquisition. Greatly revered Dadashri’s Agnas (cardinal instructions) are such that they help maintain the separation between the Self Atma and the non-Self prakruti. They protect the nondoer state and allow the one who is progressing forward on the path of final liberation to settle the relative self prakruti with equanimity naturally.

 
 



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