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>Your Servant

>Act not in such a way, O my Lord, that my work may go wrong, and Thou may merely watch, Sitting at a distance. . .
With confidence in Thy Name, I have given up hope of others, My mind finds no comfort in worldly observances, Accept mind services to thou, Thy slave O Lord, And manifest Thy name, the Purifier of the fallen ones.
Who other than Thee can do such a thing, O my Lord?
Merciful to the poor is my Lord, Who had put the canopy ( of spiritual sovereignty) over my head.
If whose touch defiles the world, On such a one as me.
Thou alone can bestow Thy Grace.


Elevation at Death

There are different kinds of transcedentalists who are called yogis-hatha yogis, jnana-yogis, dhyana- yogis n bhakti-yogis, and all of them are eligible to be transferred to the spiritual world.
The word yoga means “to link-up”, “integration”, and the yoga systems are meant to enable us to link with the transcedental world. We are all connected to the Supreme Lord, but now we have been affected by material contamination. The process is that we have to return to the spiritual world, and that process of linking up is called Yoga.
When we add- God- to our lives, this human form of life becomes perfect.

At the time of death we have to finish that process of perfection. During our lifetime we have to practice the method of approaching that perfection so that at the time of death, when we have to up this material body, that perfection can be realized….


>He can not be seen by eye, and words can not reveal him.
He can not be reached by the senses, or by austerity or sacred actions.
By the grace of wisdom and purity of mind,
he can be seen, indivisible, in the silence of contemplation.

The invisible Atman (soul) can be seen by the mind wherein the five senses are resting.
-Atharva Veda

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