Thoughts Affined to Spiritual contemplation



SOHUM (I am That): Indeed potentially I am That Absolute Truth - Consciousness incarnated in human form. Attaining higher spiritual levels are easy for me. I am a Sadhak (devotee) whom Yug Rishi has given an opportunity to do Sadhana towards Self-Realization.

By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Friends, Most of the time, your mind is consumed with of all types of things, topics and events. What others have done or said is most common occupation of your mind. When you are at home, you will think of your shop or office. While at work, you may worry about whether your children have reached home safely. Thoughts, memories and imaginations pertaining to relatives, friends, foes, celebrities, current affairs, reactions and to past interactions with people, plans for future gatherings, expectations from others, all of this is what your mind is engaged with all of the time. Your mind is always busy thinking one thing or another, but it is never looking at itself. When will it experience its own existence?
During my seclusion in the Himalayas, my Master asked me to forget about the world, my home, my family, everything. I obeyed him wholeheartedly.  This unconditional surrender helped me realize my soul-light.

Pt. ShriRam Sharma



By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Knowledge is a natural instinct of our soul. It makes us aware and alert, it helps us to enjoy the happiness in life and it makes us successful. A person devoid of knowledge will always remain shackled within the boundaries of life and death. Knowledge casts out all of the darkness of ignorance and leads us towards the path of salvation. Hence, knowledge is the most unique, pure and valuable virtue of life. Only A person with appropriate apprehension has the capability to differentiate between what is true and what is false, to weigh the feasibility and importance of the situations that life has to offer. Hence, such a person surrenders himself to God in all circumstances. He understands that it is useless to wander here and there in search of happiness and peace when it lies only within.
Now, how can one acquire knowledge and wisdom? Well, one can imbibe it through the continuous and regular self analysis and by constantly remaining in the company of learned but wise people. We must also continuously read scripture & contemplate to enhance our knowledge. This shall bring us enlightenment within. A society comprised of scholars always prospers and easily achieves its objectives.

Akhand Jyoti,
April 1945,
pg.-69



By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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SOHUM (I am That): Indeed potentially I am That Absolute Truth  - Consciousness incarnated in human form. Attaining higher spiritual levels are easy for me. I am a Sadhak (devotee) whom Yug Rishi has given an opportunity to do Sadhana towards Self-Realization.

By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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Friends! We are the weavers of our own destiny. We have made our lives pitiful by becoming puppets at the hands of our own weaknesses and shortcomings. But we can overcome these with the help of our own conscience and perceptions. But, for this we need to go through a mental reformation. This mental reformation is the main foundation of a new era which is also a consequence of the thought transformation.
We face numerous problems and adversities in our lives, but we fail to understand that they are a result of our ignorance and frivolity. And the solution to these afflictions lies in awareness and enlightenment of the core of our hearts and souls.
A spider weaves its own web and gets entangled in it. But then it decides to break free and focuses its entire energy towards its freedom. It collects its own web in the form of a ball & swallows it whole. In the same way we have to loosen the knots of our adversities and become a free-soul. We cannot see these knots due to the darkness of the absurdity of our own minds. Once we decide and awaken our faculties, we would ignite the flame of our wisdom and would be able to open all the knots and set ourselves free.

AkhandJyoti
1962, pg-6



By Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya
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