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Gadhada II-5: Fidelity and Courage

Nirupan

Gunātitānand Swāmi has Vachanāmruts Gadhadā II-5 and Vartāl 13 read and said, “When one’s indriyas and the antahkaran remain withdrawn in one’s heart, then one’s mind remains on God, even if one cannot see God’s form in their heart. This endeavor will not be in vain. When one is ready to leave their body, God’s form will be seen.”

[Swāmini Vāto: 5/152]

March 12, 1963. Mumbai. In Kapolvādi, Yogiji Mahārāj explained Vachanāmrut Gadhadā II-5, “One should examine if one has thoroughly understood God’s form (swarup-nishthā). Understand it. There is no option. If one has not developed these inclinations (of fidelity and courage), one will not go to Akshardhām. Thousands of words apply to this. This is not false. If one has fidelity to God, then he will take one to Akshardhām. All of the other (inferior) gods were made by this God (Shriji Mahārāj). So that you understand Shriji Mahārāj’s form this way, this Vachanāmrut was read.

“If one is shaky in their understanding, then contemplate on Gadhadā III-16 and Gadhadā II-5. After firm swarup-nishthā one will develop love for the Sant. Otherwise, one will slip away. Make the base strong - the base of swarup-nishthā. Then one will experience 100% percent bliss. Others are eating simple foods. We eat ghee and banānās (we have everything available). Mahārāj will enter us and explain everything if we hold on to the base. If there are two Gods, they will quarrel. How will we benefit? If this is firmly understood and we understand the inclination, then all doubts will be removed. Understanding comes from trust, not from scriptures or not by ourselves. Hundreds of thousands believed Mahārāj was equal to an āchārya, some like Krishna, and some like Rām in Vaikunth. Those abodes are destroyed. You have affection, so let go of your mind’s doubts.”

[Brahmaswarup Yogiji Mahārāj: 3/448]

Gunātitānand Swāmi said, “Scriptures describe God as unbiased, but that is not true. Since, God belongs to the devotees, but not to non-devotees. Therefore, he is not unbiased.”

[Swāmini Vāto: 1/251]

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