Do you need to be a significant person in other people’s eyes for you to feel good about yourself? Is it necessary to be a Rockefeller, an Abraham Lincoln, or a Hollywood Star to enjoy the wealth of this universe? Do you need to be successful in your commercial career, social interactions, physical well-being, intellectual prowess and other such facets of your persona to feel qualified for greatness.
An orphan who became a mere merchant is the founder of the fastest growing religion in the world today. A son of a poor carpenter is now called the ‘Son of Man’ or the ‘Son of God’. Man who had no earnings and dressed in torn clothes is worshiped in hundreds of temples as the Fakir called ‘Shirdi Sai Baba’.
Gurudev, who is the inspiration for this Book and others was a man of immense spiritual energy and power. His last drawn salary in 1990 was a meager Rs. 3500 from the Government of India. Mishraji, who was a bus driver in Mumbai and a second generation disciple of Gurudev, today heals hundreds of people in Gopiganj near Varanasi. Gurudev gave power to over a hundred people to help others through spiritual cures. Most of these people were small traders and Government servants. The moral being the divinity that exists within you is the same that existed in anyone be he sinner or saint.
Aatma Sutra helps you realize yourself as you really are, rather than what you are perceived to be.
Aatma Sutra is an easy to read deconstructed version of the world’s most famous spiritual phrase ‘TAT TWAM ASI’ which means ‘YOU ARE THAT’ or in simple words, ‘You are as much a part of the Supreme Consciousness as any other human being who lived or will live on this planet’.
The Book helps in understanding the multiplicity of the bodies that the human being carries from one life to another. It outlines the science of divinity within each human being and explains how most human beings are not capable of identifying with this divinity, and more significantly why. The knowledge of how thoughts and guilt are the downers in this self- understanding are explained simply. The book explains the science of destiny, purusharth, cittavrittis (mental activity) to provide a platform for the reader to understand why do things work and why they don’t and how we need to deal with them. The knowledge of Aura, spirit bodies and their workings help readers to understand themselves at a level deeper than a mere physical existence.
The greatest challenge is to learn to accept yourself in-spite of all the odds, the negative thoughts and pangs of guilt. Aatma Sutra is a guide to self acceptance on and ‘as is where is’ basis. It then progresses on the formula for attaining self worth and self love and finally, justifies the concept of self reverence.
A book of this magnitude and wealth can only be destined for a chosen few! Could it help you rewrite your own story ? Await that change in destiny as the shot has already been fired. To many this has been a trigger for self evolution. It is less about theory and more about the practical experience and learning that you could benchmark with, to enhance your own spiritual existence. Do invest a few hours to gain a few years.