25% Off All Print Formats
CODE: ALL25OFF
Offer valid through December 13, 2021
*Offer valid through December 13, 2021 (11:59 p.m. local time). Valid for all full-priced publications uploaded to and purchased through your own account. A 25% discount is applied toward your product total, excluding any author mark-up, with no minimum or maximum order amount. This offer is good for five uses, and cannot be used for digital purchases, combined with volume discounts, custom orders, other promotional codes, or gift cards, or used for adjustments on previous orders.

Save 25% through December 13, 2021. CODE: ALL25OFF Click for details.

Dadavani Magazine:

The Molding of the Ego in the Incomprehensible Planning of Nature (Eng. Dadavani Sep-2021)

Read Now
  • Details
  • Description
Published by:
Dada Bhagwan Foundation
Published:
9/18/2021
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
36 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Religion
Tags:
avyavhaar rashi, DadaBhagwan, ego, embodies souls, evolution, Human, karma, law of nature, process of evolution, siddha kshetra, soul, Vyavasthit, vyavhaar rashi

The world is without a beginning or an end. In it, embodied souls are continuously evolving. This path of evolution for the embodied souls can be divided into three parts. The first is avyavahaar rashi, in which the ‘goods’ remain in stock and evolution does not take place. The second is vyavahaar rashi, in which the embodied soul breaks out from the stock and begins evolving in worldly interaction, and third is Siddha Kshetra! In the process of evolution, the embodied souls develop from being one-sensed to two-sensed, and so on, until they become human and when they become human, as they have egoism, they become the ‘doer’. So then they have to suffer the results according to their karma. In this way, within this incomprehensible planning of nature (kudrat), every single embodied soul is passing through all sorts of ups and downs in the flow on the path of evolution.

Also in Dadavani Magazine

1 - 3 of 701 other publications

Dadavani Magazine: The Molding of the Ego in the Incomprehensible Planni...


This site uses cookies. Continuing to use this site without changing your cookie settings means that you consent to those cookies.

Learn more How to turn off cookies
OKAY, GOT IT