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Gadhada I-63: Faith; Realising God Perfectly

Summary

  1. Characteristics of one who has a deficiency in faith in God:
  1. Becomes disheartened when God does not display his divine powers.
  2. Blames God when he cannot eradicate his impure thoughts.
  3. Whatever flaws he harbours, he perceives the same flaws in God.
  1. Characteristics of one who has total faith in God:
  1. Having attained the manifest form of God, he feels fulfilled, and believing he has attained all that needs to be attained, he remains in an elated state.
  2. He understands the greatness of the manifest God and his devotees.
  3. He may possess intense renunciation, yet he will willingly do any task on the path of pravrutti commanded by God.
  4. Regardless of any swabhāv he may possess - even if it cannot be eradicated by a million means - if he senses God’s insistence in forsaking that swabhāv, he forsakes it immediately.
  5. He is unable to live without the discourses and devotional songs related to God and without the Sant of God even for a moment.
  6. He finds faults only within himself and thoroughly imbibes the virtues of the Sant.
  1. A person who has realised the form of God perfectly:
  1. He has nothing left to realize.
  2. Kāl, karma and māyā are incapable of binding him.
  1. To realise the form of God perfectly means:
  1. Understanding the form of Akshar:
  1. Akshardhām is superior to other abodes.
  2. Akshar is the cause of Prakruti-Purush.
  3. Countless millions of brahmānds float like mere atoms in each of its hairs.
  4. That Akshar is greater than all [Prakruti-Purush, Pradhān-Purush, mahattattva, ahamkār, etc.] and possesses a divine form.
  1. The master of this Akshar [greatness of which was described in 4a] is Purushottam.
  2. That God [who is greater than even Akshar] conceals his powers and becomes like a human being for their liberation.

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