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Dadavani Magazine:

Awareness of the food and the eater (Hindi Dadavani february-2011)

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Published by:
Dada Bhagwan Foundation
Published:
1/12/2019
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
30 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Religion
Tags:
Aahar, awareness, food, Jagruti

What was the proportion of spices in the food? Then he can describe the saltiness, tartness or spiciness through the knowledge mediated by intellect. So, in fact, there are two divisions: the eater of the food and the knower. Physical body complex eats, the ego suffers (bhogavey) with only egoism that ‘I liked or disliked’ it. Now, as long as one is the doer-sufferer, he believes that ‘I am eating’ and ‘I am suffering’ for sure. When one attains Atmagnan (Self-realization) at that time, ‘I’ comes in to the state of the Self, then one realizes that ‘I am not the eater’ but I ‘the non-eater’, am only the ‘knower’ of this. One is not ‘the eater’ yet to believe oneself to be ‘the eater’ is considered unawareness (ajagruti) and to ‘see’ and ‘know’ that ‘the eater’ is separate, is considered awareness (jagruti). Therefore, revered Dadashri says that after Self-realization ‘the eater’ is eating and ‘the Self’ is only the ‘knower’.

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