New Delhi : He is a Sufi spiritualist, an editor, columnist and a writer with eight books to his credit. And Ruzbeh N. Bharucha believes in the power of free will and that there are two parallel worlds -- the body and the spirit. Heavens do not appreciate puppets," the year-old Mumbai-based writer of "Fakir: The Journey Continues", who was in the capital to promote his book. It narrates the story of an itinerant, Rudra, and a 'fakir or baba' seer who guides him through levels of existence into the realm of afterlife.
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The book had various lessons to learn on simple things we do in daily life, wanted to share with all :. You might say that you spend all your time alone but you know the boy, only a fool thinks he is ever alone.
God and your guides, your spirits Guides are always there around you. It is so selfish and ungrateful to eat without offering all you eat and drink to them and inviting them to share whatever you eat along with you. This is mandatory. Without praying this, the life force of the prayer is virtually nonexistent. If you pray and meditate at peace and content with your Lord and Master then you allow yourself to become a vessel; a medium; an instrument for the holy spirit to enter you.
You are a medium. Always remember this. You are not the doer but a channel trough which energy and the breath of God flows. For a moment do not entertain any illusion that you have power or are spiritually on a higher plane. Work and live to annihilate your little petty ego and bask in the glory and presence of your Master, God, and Goddess.
Just help people. That is the best way you can thank God for all that God has done for you and your family. For all that which God has bestowed on you and your family, help those in need. You want to show your gratitude to God then help those in need. Just give and give and help those in need. Nobody is a victim. There are no preys and no hunters.
Fill yourself up with God and selfless love and you shall be the shadow of God. Fill yourself up more with the creator and after a while you will merge in God. Fill yourself further with the maker and a time shall come when you too shall become God, as there shall be no difference between you and your maker.
Like the waves in the ocean; you too shall become the ocean. Suicide is of no use. If you think you are miserable now, you have no idea how miserable you are going to be after your soul is forced to leave its body by the act of suicide. Just because the person has left the physical body, it does not mean the emotions and the overpowering sense of rage are no longer felt.
Death puts an end to all suffering related with the body and circumstances but to suffering as such as the soul will still suffer. Light a diya preferably where you do prayers at home it could be a temple or an altar or your bedroom. Observe the flame its colours, its shape. Think you are in the womb of the goddess, Devi the life force of all creation. Then pray to Devi to cleanse your body, you blood, DNA and cells , from negativity, ill-health and darkness.
Light a diya with prayers on your lips and in your heart. Request the fire that you have just lit, to dispel the darkness from your life and from the lives of your loved ones. Pray that you never go astray into the path of darkness. Pray that fragrance and smoke of the incense stick will cleanse all that which is negative and impure; in the air, in the surroundings and mainly, within all those who inhale the fragrance.
All your answers are within son, Not outside. Forget auras and chakras and paranormal and new age and pyramids and tarots and channeling and all the fancy words and connect with the most basic word. Nothingness and in that nothingness you will find the creator. He created everything out of nothingness and thus you need to go back to nothingness to reach him.
Crafty old man this creator of ours. Also, remember through meditation and prayer, not only does the individual burn off pending karmas but also they create a shield of protection, either the prayer will ward off the trouble or give the individual the strength and wisdom, love and compassion to face whatever is in store with grace, humour and positive acceptance. Silence, not only in words but also in thought is important.
There is no sense being silent on the outside but inside burning and mentally abusing the world in general. Silence means tranquility, verbally and from within. Always be in peace and in silence.
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In the end, thank her for allowing you to connect with her energy and protection. On seeking answers: All your answers are within son, Not outside. On Karma: Also, remember through meditation and prayer, not only does the individual burn off pending karmas but also they create a shield of protection, either the prayer will ward off the trouble or give the individual the strength and wisdom, love and compassion to face whatever is in store with grace, humour and positive acceptance.
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'The Fakir...' reflects spiritual ideology
Satyajit Ray was one of the greatest film-makers of his time. In , he was awarded the Oscar for Lifetime Achievement by the Academy This celebrated novel is the writer, Ruzbeh N. Bhaurcha's most well-known work, in which he tells the story of a disciple trying to walk the path of spirituality, guided by the hand of his master.
Bharucha is one of the most influential spiritual writers of our times. He is the author of seventeen books, including the bestselling Fakir trilogy, which has been translated into several languages. In , Rabda: My Sai. My Sigh , published by Penguin Books, was an instant bestseller.