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Sometimes life can be really challenging… keeping up with the stresses of school, occasional conflicts with our parents and siblings, constantly trying to fit in and feel a sense of belonging with our friends. Luckily we have Spiritual Masters to guide us through the challenges of life. Param Pujya Dadashri, Pujya Niruma and Pujyashree Deepakbhai offer nuggets of spiritual wisdom to help us through our daily struggles, so we can remain happy, be calm and find the positive in any situation. Read the ‘Awakening  ’ excerpt below from an actual Satsang, and unlock your inner wisdom.

Gnani With Youth - Upraanu

Gnani With Youth - Upraanu

Questioner: One can understand that the justification and the protection of faults, by way of speech, is ‘upraanu’ (taking its side or being partial to the mistake). Can it also be done by way of our thoughts?

Pujyashri: It is not so. It is still subtle in thought. When is it ‘upraanu’?


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Sangnya (Instinct)

Sangnya (Instinct)

Starting with the single sensory beings, to the five sensory beings, all living beings have the four basic instincts of hunger, fear, reproduction and sleep. These instincts are an inseparable part of the living being from the time it comes to the womb to the time of its death. Based on these instincts, all its activities occur.


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Fear

Fear

Types of fears

Various types of fears eat away a human being. How can he get rid of these fears unless he
gets the support of the 'true understanding' behind these fears? Dadashri has explained
us the 3 types of fears. Every living creature has fear. However, in humans, these fears end
in adverse results.


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How to Learn Common Sense?

How to Learn Common Sense?

Can common sense be learned? Can you teach it to someone? Can you learn it from a course, book, coach, blog post, or some other method? 

Most of us can recognize common sense when we see it. Probably more so, most of us have no problem at all pointing it out when it's missing.


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Dreams … a mystery!

Dreams … a mystery!

Questioner : Dada, why do we dream?

Dadashri : Those dreams are our Karmas.

Questioner : Why do we get affected by those dreams?


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