This is a compilation of the many simple analogies Bhagawan has given, which forces us to have a second look at our world. It promises to be much more beautiful, so much more elevating. Just flip open to any page... and listen.
One strives to infuse greater harmony and balance into one’s life. Listen to Bhagawan as He speaks of how we can do so. Peace is waiting at our doorstep. Peace is within our reach. Peace is here. Peace is now. Listen to Bhagawan...
Listen to Bhagawan as He unravels the mysteries behind karma. Over the next few pages, try listening to His voice as He speaks of how our actions make us what we are, and how we can use them to become what we want to be.
A guru serves to instruct and inspire. He is a companion, a friend, a mentor all rolled into one. A guru leads one to God, to one’s own self. Listen to Bhagawan as He speaks of the guru and the sweetness in a guru-shishya relationship.
Understanding the nature of dharma is imperative to holistic decision-making in a world that offers a million options. Listen to Bhagawan as He speaks of the nature of Dharma and its role in one’s life.
Purity is the first of the three ‘P’s envisaged by Bhagawan for fulfilment in one’s life. We know purity as an ideal and place it reverentially on a pedestal of worship. How do we reach out to our object of reverence? How can we relate to it in everyday life? This book serves to do just that.
Love is a very special word. Much spoken of and sadly much misunderstood. Love is all about selfless living, holding nothing back, and giving oneself away completely. How are we to comprehend this divine trait that proverbially ‘makes the world go round’? If love could speak, what would it say?
This book is a tribute to the love of Bhagawan for His devotees. Time and again, He has assured us of His constant presence by our side. His words provide sweet succour to the lonely or distressed heart that wants to feel Him each minute. His words offer hope, solace, and comfort during times of need. Why should we fear? He is always with us.
Gratitude helps us realise the beauty of relationships in society. Gratitude to the Lord makes us aware of His unseen hand around us at all times. This book is about an attitude of thankfulness that can change the way we perceive relationships in our lives. It orients us into joyous living. Just listen to Bhagawan in the next few pages.
This book is about the women, who left their impressions on the sands of time, but more importantly, in the heart of God. It is the one-pointed devotion, which has been the praise of men, seekers, and poets alike. It is also their constant communion with the Lord. It is about the love, a love that is acknowledged till date by our beloved Bhagawan.
In this book, Bhagawan beautifully expounds the inner messages behind rituals we perform each day. It provides rare insight into Indian culture and tradition and to the little known aspects of our lives.
The atma is the veritable seed of spirituality. Few concepts have borne greater significance in the realm of spiritual understanding than this small world. Five mere letters hold the elusive comprehension of the true and the untrue in this universe. Seers and seekers have searched and strived to fathom its depths and reaches.
What does it mean to ‘Surrender’? When asked to hand over the reins of one’s life to another, one generally feels insecure. One associates giving up with losing control. But, surrender is not about losing control. It’s about allowing a higher wisdom to take charge over one’s life. Surrender is tuning in to a higher will. It’s an attitude, which can change the way you perceive vicissitudes in life.
“Why me?” If you have ever asked yourself this question before, take heart. You are not alone. Suffering is viewed as an unfair, merciless tormentor. It stretches a man’s tolerance to the hilt, crushing and crippling him in the process. But, listen to the Avatar as He speaks of suffering, of its cause, and how it can serve as a catalyst to spiritual growth and a key to enlightenment.
Have you ever craved to hear the voice of God? ...To escape from dreary daily existence into a world of perfect peace and harmony? If so, this book might just be Swami’s gift to you. Silence is a compilation of pearls of wisdom from the lips of the Avatar. Silence is a world of communion. Feel Him as you read through these pages. Listen to His voice in each word. Feel your heart beat with His.
A heart that wishes to serve requires some time to itself to remain still, reinforce conviction, and strengthen perspective. Bhagawan’s words provide sweet nourishment to the loving heart that wishes to give itself away. Just flip open to any page and listen to Swami’s words on service...
The first part of this book comprises revelations made by Swami on Himself. The second encapsulates, in the Lord’s own words, the beautiful relationship we share with Him. This would be a source of great inspiration to all His children all over the world. All that one has to do is to flip open any page and listen to His voice...
The body is a water bubble and the mind, a mad monkey.
This book aims to bring out other forms of relationships mentioned by Bhagawan, between the gross and the subtle, the confined and the permeating, the limited and the limitless, the body and the mind.
Listen to the Avatar as He speaks on what constitutes the body and the mind and their role in an individual’s spiritual growth.
How do you encapsulate the sweetness of the relationship between God and His devotee? How do you express the tender loving assurance of His constant presence? Listen now to Bhagawan speaking on this timeless, immortal relationship. Constant presence, constant support, and constant companionship. Drench yourself completely in His Love. Flip over to any page and listen.