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The awareness that dissolves kashaya leads to experience of the Self (Hindi Dadavani December-2010)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: The awareness that dissolves kashaya leads to experience of the Self (Hindi Dadavani December-2010)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
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Language: Hindi
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
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Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan

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One is the Self (Atma) and the Self is Knowledge (Gnan), the Self is Science (Vignan), the Self is the liberated state (moksha), so then why is the experience of moksha halted? Because of kashaya: anger-pride-deceit-greed. Anger-pride-deceit-greed arose and that is verily bhaavkarma (charge karma). When karma is charged, effect is inevitable at the time of discharging, that verily is this antahkaran, mind-intellect-chit-ego. So effect from causes and causes from effect, this is how the worldly life (sansar) continues. One becomes a doer due to illusion (bhranti) and therefore he has to become a bhokta (sufferer of pain-pleasure). Now if this illusion (wrong belief – ‘I am doer’) dissipates, one becomes a non-doer (akarta) and new causes do not form. When the ‘potey – I’ becomes separate from the vyatirek gunas (extra attributes), the worldly life starts setting down.

 

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