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મે 19, 2009

ઉપચારો નીષ્ણાતનું માર્ગદર્શન લઈને કરવા, અહીં આ આપવાનો હેતુ માત્ર માહીતીનો છે. જુઓ લીન્ક https://gandabhaivallabh.wordpress.com/2011/01/29/એક-વીનંતી/

નાગરાદી ક્વા નાગર એટલે સુંઠ, ધાણા, નાગરમોથ, બીલું, ઈન્દ્રજવ, વાળો અને અતીવીષની કળી દરેક ૫૦-૫૦ ગ્રામને ભેગાં ખાંડી બનાવેલા અધકચરા ભુકામાંથી બે ચમચી ભુકો બે ગ્લાસ પાણીમાં ઉકાળી એક કપ જેટલું બાકી રહે ત્યારે ગાળીને સહેજ ગરમ ગરમ સવાર-સાંજ તાજો બનાવી પીવાથી રક્તમીશ્રીત અને દુખાવાવાળા તીવ્ર ઝાડા મટે છે. આ ઉકાળો જુના કે નવા મરડાનું અકસીર ઔષધ છે.

ગીતા અધ્યાય ૮ અંગ્રેજી

મે 19, 2009

ગીતા અધ્યાય ૮ અંગ્રજી

Shri Krishna said Brahman is that which is immutable, and independent of any cause but itself. When we concider Brahman as lodged within the individual being , we call him the Atman. The creative energy of Brahman is that which causes all existences to come into being.

The nature of the relative world is mutability. The nature of the individual man is his consciousness of ego. I alone am God who presides over action, here in this body.

At the hour of death, when a man leaves his body, he must depart with consciousness absorbed in me. Be certain of that. Whatever a man remembers at the last when he is leaving the body, will be realized by him in the hereafter; because that will be what his mind has most constantly dwelt on, during this life.

Therefore you must remember me at all times, and do your duty. If your mind and heart are set upon me constantly, you will come to me. Never doubt this.

Make a habit of practising meditation, and do not let your mind be distracted. In this way you will come finally to the Lord who is the light-giver, the highest of the high.

Now I will tell you briefly about the nature of Him who is called the deathless by those seers who truly understand the Vedas. Devotees enter into Him when the bonds of their desire are broken. To reach this goal, they practise control of the passions.

When a man leaves his body and departs, he must close all the doors of the senses. Let him hold the mind firmly within the shrine of the heart, and fix the life-force between the eyebrows. Then let him take refuge in steady concentration, uttering the sacred syllable OUM (ॐ) and meditating upon me. Such a man reaches the highest goal.When a yogi has meditated unceasingly for many years, with an undistracted mind, I am easy of access to him, because he is always absorbed in me.

Great souls who find me have found the highest perfection. They are no longer reborn into this condition of transience and pain.

All the worlds, and even the heavenly ream of Brahman, are subject to the laws of rebirth. But, for the man who comes to me , there is no returning.

But behind the manifest and the unmanifest, there is another Existence, which is eternal and changeless. This is not dissolved in the general cosmic dissolution. It has been called the unmanifest, the imperishable. To reach It is said to be the greatest of all achievements. It is my highest state of being.

This is the state of enlightenment in Brahman: A man does not fall back from it into delusion. Even at the moment of death he is alive in that enlightenment: Brahman and he are one.

Now I request you all to stand up please for the final funeral prayer.