Why Do Few End Up Like Monks And Spiritual Leaders?
The primary reason why some people follow the path of monkhood and spirituality is because of their auspicious inner intents sown in their past life. These individuals have experienced everything on the evolution journey through their numerous life forms from good to bad, happiness to misery.
Finally, they reach a stage in their life when they decide that there has to be more to life, a greater purpose. They sought for liberation, freedom from material life. So, they sow (lots of) seeds of merit karmas to develop spiritually higher and eventually in their current life they become monks and spiritual leaders. They also have the deep inner intent of helping others for the same cause.
Do monks and spiritual leaders have problems like normal people?
Of course they have problems like you and me but their faith and determination on the path of spirituality helps them to remain focused, strong and committed. They overcome difficulties through understanding, guidance, and grace of their Guru.
Let us look at an example of such a person, who dedicated his life for the selfless service for the salvation of the world, reaching heights of extraordinary spiritual development because of his deep inner intents – Pujya Deepakbhai Desai – Spiritual Master.
Pujya Deepakbhai attained the knowledge of the Self at the young age of seventeen from Dada Bhagwan, the founder of the movement of Spiritual Science – Akram Vignan. This spiritual experience of Self-realization ignited within him a thirst for further in-depth learning and understanding of the phenomenal knowledge of Akram Vignan.
After receiving Self-realization (Gnan Vidhi), Pujya Deepakbhai’s spiritual life began. Whilst continuing to fulfil his worldly obligations and developing spiritually, He too faced profound problems at work and in his personal life; but he found answers and solutions through the teachings of Spiritual Science and the grace of Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan.
At present, Pujya Deepakbhai continues to grace thousands of seekers around the world through online (due to COVID 19) spiritual discourses / Gnan Vidhi, and has thus become instrumental in bringing peace and eternal joy in the life of thousands.
What is Akram Vignan and how to experience infinite inner bliss?
Bondage is the fruit of ignorance of the Self (agnanta) and ultimate liberation (moksha) is the fruit of Knowledge of the Self (Gnan)- Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan
In Akram Vignan, when the ignorance of the Self (Atma) is completely removed through the grace of the fully enlightened being (Gnani), fundamental changes take place internally.
The Knowledge of the Self (Atma) is attained in just two hours, through a scientific process of Self-realization called Gnan Vidhi. Thereafter, nothing remains to be renounced or changed – husband, wife, kids, family, work or your lifestyle. On the outside, everything remains the same. Internally, as the right understanding and firm conviction of who I really am becomes established, one is able to remain at peace and deal with every situation with equanimity.
In Akram Vignan, one does not have to renounce or change any aspect of their current life. However, big changes begin to take place internally through right understanding. Consequently, one climbs the steps of spirituality and at the same time solves all worldly problems too, that too without hurting anyone.
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