Ma Gurupriya

111 – by Swamini Ma Gurupriya – The higher purpose of life

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In this satsang, Ma enlightens us that the precious human life is not meant for enjoying sensory pleasure alone; it is for the lofty Spiritual attainment.

Out of all creatures on this earth, humans alone have the opportunity to enquire about the Supreme Truth, acquire knowledge, feel divinity and attain infinite bliss. So having attained a human birth, it is imperative that we realise this higher purpose of life and pursue it earnestly. Ma introduces us to Bhagavan Rishabha, who while living a householder life attained the highest Spiritual goal.

Ma reminds us that the association with worldly people, who are attached to sensory pleasures, is a doorway to hell. It keeps us immersed in fear, grief and anger. On the other hand, the association with the holy ones, is a sure way to Liberation. They bestow the knowledge of the Self, the Supreme Reality and help us cut asunder all the knots of the heart, which bind us!

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