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Guru or truth is seeked and found when a person is seeking something beyond material realm like Buddha(than King Siddhartha) was dissatisfied with his wealth, kingship, luxuries etc., and seeking something beyond or Swami Vivekananda (then Narendra) searched for someone who had actually seen God in reality rather than simply accepting God's existence blindly....


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The pre-requisites before accepting a guru involves: Examining whether he exemplifies what he preaches. Knowing the spiritual powers of his guru. Scrutinising the spiritual enlightenment of his disciples. If a guru fails to deliver his disciples from the torments of rebirth, then he cannot be called a true guru. Aksharbrahman ...


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After an intense debate between Faith and Logic. HH Pramukh Swami concluded by saying, Use your brain/Logic until you find a true guru. Once you find Him, Put Your Mind aside and Have complete faith in him. The pre-requisites before accepting a guru involves: Examining whether he exemplifies what he preaches. Knowing the spiritual powers of ...


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Following Yama and Niyama WILL BE a starting point for getting grace of the God/Guru. However, there will not be any fixed methodology for attaining the grace of the God/Guru. And, there will not be any fixed time limit within which the grace of the God/Guru is assured. It varies from person to person. Even for a SPIRITUALLY advanced person like Swami ...


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This is completely my interpretation of Hinduism nothing to do with any purana, Veda and history Our mind has three parts conscious subconscious unconscious The terms are self explanatory Conscious mind is we ourself the physical one i.e what we know When we pray we pray to our subconscious mind cuz it has the power to create or destroy ourself ...


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Spiritual Guru is who, who can remove the illusion of material senses. The spiritual guru is a guide in the spiritual journey. The guru is selected amongst, the best of "shrotriya-Brahmanistha", in jnana marg. The Shvetastar-upnishad concludes that "jnanis", the spiritual knowledge seekers should worship Brahman as good as Guru, " yatha devo tatha gurou.."....


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Sri Krishna says in BG 4.34, to approach wise ones/jnanis/REALISED ONES, serve them and get knowledge. Here, Sri Krishna did not prohibit Wise men. तद्विद्धि प्रणिपातेन परिप्रश्नेन सेवया। उपदेक्ष्यन्ति ते ज्ञानं ज्ञानिनस्तत्त्वदर्शिनः।।4.34।। Know that through prostration, iniry and service. The wise ones who have realized the Truth will ...


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