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Loya-12: The Six Levels of Faith; Savikalp and Nirvikalp Faith

Mahima

Samvat 1919 (1862 CE). Gunātitānand Swāmi stayed for two days in Kālasari. Mādhavcharandās Swāmi read Vachanāmrut Loyā 12 aloud. On hearing this, Swāmishri said, “There is no choice but to develop the understanding expressed in this Vachanāmrut.”

Aksharbrahma Shri Gunātitānand Swāmi (En): 2/133]

One person asked Swāmi, “Throughout the Vachanāmrut, in some places the strength of refuge in God is described, in some places that of dharma, in some places that of vairāgya, in some places that of ātmā-realization; and also in some places that of ātmā-realization has been disqualified. In this way, many spiritual means have been described. Of these, please name one in which all these are included and by which ultimate moksha is attained.” So Swāmi said, “If one has upāsanā and uttam nirvikalp nishchay (the highest level of conviction), then all spiritual means will be incorporated.”

[Swāmini Vāto: 6/291]

Yogiji Mahārāj said, “What is sol ānī (100% - 16 ānā makes one full rupee) Satsang? It is the perfection of Vachanāmrut Loyā 12.”

[Brahmaswarup Yogiji Mahārāj: 2/560]

Yogiji Mahārāj said, “If one develops uttam nirvikalp nishchay (the highest level of conviction) as per Vachanāmrut Loyā 12, then one’s Satsang has been perfected.”

[Brahmaswarup Yogiji Mahārāj: 2/565]

Yogiji Mahārāj said, “One possessing the highest level of ‘nirvikalp faith’ realizes that countless millions of brahmānds, each encircled by the eight barriers, appear like mere atoms before Akshar. Such is the greatness of Akshar, the abode of Purushottam Nārāyan. One who worships Purushottam realizing oneself to be aksharrup can be said to possess the highest level of ‘nirvikalp faith’. Such has been described in Vachanāmrut Loyā 12. If that is perfected, then there is nothing left to achieve. This talk is so that one can become such a devotee. We want all to become as such. We want to give the degree of aksharrup to all.”

[Brahmaswarup Yogiji Mahārāj: 4/641]

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