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Illusory purushartha - Exact Purushartha (Gujarati Dadavani September-2012)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: Illusory purushartha - Exact Purushartha (Gujarati Dadavani September-2012)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
Language: Gujarati
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Authors Community, Religion
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Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan


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In general, whatever activity carried out by a person, such as doing job-business, worshiping, reading scriptures, doing service to others etc., is considered purushartha. From the worldly perspective this statement is right. But with alaukik (beyond worldly) perspective, this statement is not correct. There are two kinds of purushartha: One is, that which is not visible through eyes, but it is going on inside, is called bhrant purushartha (illusory effort). What is the fruit of this purushartha? It is the sansar (worldly life). And the other kind of Purushartha, which makes one free from sansar (worldly life), is called real Purushartha; where one ‘sees’ the prakruti (non-Self complex) after becoming the Self (Purush). Until one attains Self-realization, due to the constant force of circumstances one feels that ‘I am this body’, through this sense of doer-ship, knowingly-unknowingly various kinds of inner bhaavs are being done. That bhaav is called karma or karma beej (seed of karma). Karma happens in the form of a plan; that is called cause. And when it comes in visible form, it is called effect. When the karma unfolds as a result of the bhaav done in previous life, at that time new negative intent (bhaav) may arise. Here, the Lord has shown the purushartha of doing pratikraman. Through pratikraman negative bhaavs are washed off and artadhyan – raudradhyan can be changed into dharmadhyan (virtuous meditation). After all, the worldly life will still exist, will it not? The one who really wants to become free from the worldly life and wants to go to moksha (ultimate liberation), will have to come from the relative purushartha to the real Purushartha.


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