Ma Gurupriya

074 – by Swamini Ma Gurupriya – What is spiritual sadhana?

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As seekers, does the love and aspiration for Spiritual attainment, have a supreme place in our lives? Or is it overshadowed by desires for worldly things? In this sublime Satsang, Ma reminds us that our primary identity should be 'I am a Seeker', everything else should come after that.

Whatever we do during the course of the day, in everything we must remain connected to our real identity - Self. This is the Sadhana. With this attitude, everything we do automatically becomes a part of seeking. The ultimate discipline for a seeker is to see everything as rooted in Brahman.

Ma cautions us that we must be sincere and straightforward in recognizing and eliminating our impure traits one after the other. This process of inner sublimation must continue until the mind becomes one with Purity. When the mind becomes pure, it reveals the SELF effortlessly!

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