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A person who has touched that freedom, a person who has understood this freedom, moksha or mukti,

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Sai Baba was very fond of remembering and singing God’s name. He always uttered, “Allah Malik hai”

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In India, in Ancient India, the young aspirant, the neophyte, the brahmachari went to the masters, the Rishis,

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The word Guru has a deeper meaning, it means the capacity to initiate the process in others,

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A person who has touched that freedom, a person who has understood this freedom, moksha or mukti,

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A snake has been the symbol of Kundalini for many 100 years. It is also because it is the symbol of wisdom.

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Imagination or Visualization is a divine capacity given to the human mind by which it can visualize

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Self-realization to me, Kaivalya or Moksha, means not free from something, but realizing that one is always free but has been labouring

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A spiritual teacher teaches a person sadhana according to that person’s capacity and according to that person’s needs.

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In our ‘Parampara’- the Nath Parampara- the first Guru, the first teacher is supposed to be Adinath

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At the end of the 18th chapter, Krishna declares now that you have understood everything, relax.

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