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At Agartala, one selfstyled Baba is staying at Melaghar who used to say that everything in this world is possible if you pray through him. Wheather you have any information of this sort of Baba
6th February 2016 - 05:44 (Random)
Baba, Aaj aami Kolkatai apnar ashram a giyechhilam.Apnar sange satsang korer soubhagya hoi ni. BABA ke pronam kore esechhi.Ja dekhlam tate apnar proti shradha o kritagyatai mon aamar vore uthechhe. Baba apni valo thakun sobsamai.Pronam naben. Chinmoy
16th January 2016 - 11:39 (Spiritual)
anek somay emon mone hoye je ego toh sobar modhhe ache ego ta ki kore dur korbo ego ta sesh hoye gele nije ke ki kore jante parbo ami ki kore nje ke chinte parbo ami ki kore sotti labh er chesta korte parbo
14th January 2016 - 11:20 (Random)
Baba you said that ego is your false identity. I believe you meant to say that it is Brahman who is actually one\'s true self. Then how can one recognize one\'s true self in the childhood itself, have all this knowledge and also can escape the ill effects of Maya. Is it nothing but fate or Destiny? Now if body is there ego will be there right, all we can do is to constantly try to surrender ourselves in the feet of the master. But what possibly can be done if the Universal intelligence is against the small mere simple person. Don\'t we need earnest help to overcome the situation. Is it not better to die in battlefield serving one\'s own country earning pride and honor securing the future of your family rather than dying in every moment of your life....
Waiting for your kind response..
12th January 2016 - 12:10 (Spiritual)
Thank you for your kind answer to my question \"What is ego\". I get very often confused at this point. Am I the \'ego\' or the \'ego\' is mine? After enlightenment, will \'I\' dissolve leaving space for the Self to fill the void or shall I just renounce this false identity of mine and just BE?
Am I the projection of the Self or I am projecting myself into this experience?
Vaishnavas consider the union of the devotee with God as \'spiritual suicide\' on the part of the devotee. They probably want to say that the devotee annihilates his existence which is an entity separate from God and whose sole purpose is to serve God. Is this the case?
Or is it that the seeker finds himself as the immortal, changeless, independent truth? Is it that the sheaths of qualities just separate out from the consciousness leaving the \'I\' awareness alone? Or is this that the \'I\' awareness dies and another different \'I\' awareness dawns which is of God?
I have another question. Is Atman awareness, consciousness? Then this consciousness must be different from that of mine, because my awareness turns off when I sleep and don\'t dream. It comes back after I wake up. Then this must not be the eternal unblinking awareness of Atman. That probably answers my first question implying I never get back this wakefulness into this physical world after reaching the final goal. That is probably Nirvana, vanishing into non-existence.
Please forgive me for asking so many annoying questions, each word reflecting the ignorance of mine.
12th January 2016 - 09:21 (Random)
It is your false identity. One which shows the real as unreal and unreal as real. One which is identified with the body mind and not with the soul. One which dissolves when a soul evolves beyond all false identifications, into the realm of eternal reality. The God.
baba ami apnar show dekhi tv te khb bhalo lage apnar kotha guli baba er theke apon keu nei eta ami feel korechi judi o eto problem life tabo dekhi baba sobsomoy ekta na ekta rasta deye hatash hoye gele babar naam nei aar hatasha dur hoye jae baba ke je ekbar dekechi baba take aar chade na
1st January 2016 - 11:32 (Random)
Negative thoughts protyek manusher e ache. tomar o ache. ete bhoy pabar kichu nei, chesta korbe Ishwarer naame thakar ebong moner jagate ei biswas anar je taar kripar urdhe kichu nei, ekmatra Tinie satya, ar sab aapekkhik.
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