Param Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu
Many Men Many Minds
(Excerpts from the satsang of Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu)
Jivas experience misery due to ignorance about their Self. Just as there is no forest in the sky nor heat in the lunar realm so also is there no body or senses in the Atman. All the jivas are Atman. Hidden in a seed is the existence of a tree and vice versa. Similarly... read more
Param Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu

(Excerpts from Self-realized Saint Shri Asharam Bapuji’s satsang)
Some people ask me, “What should I do?” They seem to me very innocent and ignorant. Day and night I clearly keep giving an answer about what to reflect and think, how to meditate, still they come and ask the same question.
I say, “Maintain equanimity at times of pleasure and sorrow.... read more
Param Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu
(Excerpts from Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu’s Satsangs)


The glory of Vedanta is amazing, Vedanta gives us enlightening vision. Vedanta removes the ignorance because of which the world appears to be real and stable and makes us realize the Supreme Self which is the Cause of world appearance. Vedanta is the pinnacle of knowledge, the highest spir... read more
Param Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu

Self is immutable and so is the Supreme Self. Therefore, be one with the immutable. Why do you allow yourself to be swept hither and thither like a straw? You become peace-less in the face of petty troubles – a notice from a government department, not being able to have your way, not getting approval or recognition in some matter… how small you be... read more
Param Pujya Sant Shri Asharamji Bapu
(Excerpts from Pujya Sant Sri Asharamji Bapu’s Satsang)



People say, “I am unhappy. I am suffering.” But Vedanta asks, ‘What is the weight of sorrow? Does the sorrow weigh 50 gm, 200gm, 500 gm, or 1 kg? Has anyone measured the mass of sorrow? What is the color of sorrow? What is the form of unhappiness? What is the force of sorrow?’ It has no for... read more
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