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THE ESSENCE OF ALL RELIGION

Nine Cardinal Sentences

All Obstacles in Daily Life are Overcome

by Ambalal Muljibhai Patel

I am giving you this booklet to read. Please read it.

Questioner: Yes, I will.

Dadashri: This is a medicine to remove all obstacles in life. It is in the form of nine kalams (dikshavakya: a sentence which liberates. Precise orderly writing that leads to total freedom from all obstacles of worldly life). This medicine is just to be taken in the form of reading. You do not have to do anything. This medicine will work if it is taken. Continue your current religious practices. These kalams are in the form of nine bhavnas ( deep inner intent).

Please read these nine kalams below.

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Questioner: Nine kalams….

NAV KALAMO

NINE PRICELESS DIKSHAVAKYAS, THE ESSENCE OF ALL SCRIPTURES AND RELIGIONS

1 Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mune koi pan deh-dhari jivatma no kinchit matra pan aham Na dubhai, Na dubhavai, ke dubhava pratye Na anumodai, evi param Shakti aapo. Mane koi deh-dhari jivatma no kinchit matra pan ahum Na dubhai evi syaad-vaad Vani, syaad-vaad vartan ane syaad-vaad manan karvani param Shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to hurt, cause someone to hurt, nor provoke anyone to hurt the ego of any living being, even to the slightest extent.

Give me the infinite strength not to hurt the ego of any living being and to conduct my speech, thoughts and action in a manner that is accepted by all.

2. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan dharma nu kinchit matra pan praman no dubhai, Na dubhavai, ke dubhava pratye no anumodai, evi param Shakti aapo. Mune koi pan dharma nu, kinchit matra pan praman na dubhai, evi syaad-vaad vani, syaad-vaad vartan ane syaad-vaad mannan karvaani param shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to hurt, nor cause someone to hurt, nor provoke anyone to hurt even to the slightest extent, the foundation of any religion.

Give me the infinite strength not to hurt, even to the slightest extent, the foundation of any religion and that I conduct my speech, thoughts and action in a manner that is accepted by all.

3. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan deh-dhari oopdeshak, sadhu, sadhvi, aacharya no, avarnavaad, apraadh, avinay na karvaani param shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to criticize, offend or insult any living monk, nun, preacher or religious head.

4. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan deh-dhari jivatma pratye, kinchit matra pan abhaav, tiraskaar, kyaareya pan na karaaya, na karavaay, ke karta pratye na anumodai evi param shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to; nor cause someone to; nor to provoke anyone to dislike or hate any living being, even to the slightest extent.

5. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan deh- dhari jivatma saathe kyaareya pan katthor bhaasha, tunteeli bhaasha na bolai, na bolavai, ke bolva pratye na anumodai evi param shakti aapo. Koi katthor bhaasha, tunteeli bhaasha bole, to mane mrudu-rujhu bhaasha bolvaani shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to speak, nor cause someone to speak, nor provoke anyone to speak any harsh or hurtful language towards any living being, even to the slightest extent.

If someone speaks in a harsh and hurtful language, please give me the strength to speak softly and kindly in reply.

6. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan deh-dhaari jivatma pratye streeh, purush, agur napunsak, gummeh te ling-dhari hoi, toh tenah sambhandi kinchit matra pan vishay-vikaar sambhandi dosho, iccha-o, chesta-o, ke vichaar sambhandhi dosho na karai, na karvai, ke karta pratye na anumodai, evi param shakti aapo. Man nirantar nirvikaar rahevaani param shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to have, nor cause someone to have, nor provoke anyone to have any sexual desires, feelings or gestures towards any living being, be it male, female or of neutral gender. Give me the supreme strength to be free of sexual desires, forever.

7. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan rus ma lubdha- panoo Na karai evi param shakti aapo. samrusi khoraak levai, evi param shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength to control my excessive temptation towards food. Give me the strength to take well-balanced and wholesome food.

8. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mane koi pan deh-dhari jivaatma no; pratyaksh agar paroksh, jeevant agar mrutyu paamelano, koi no, kinchit matra pan avarnavaad, apraadh, avinay Na karai , na karaavai, ke karta prayte na anumodai, evi param shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength not to, nor cause anyone to, nor provoke anyone to, criticize, offend or insult any being; be he or she present, or not present, living or dead.

9. Hae Dada Bhagwan! Mune jagat kalyaan karvaanu nimit banvaani param shakti aapo, shakti aapo, shakti aapo.

Dearest Dada Bhagwan! Give me the infinite inner strength to become an instrument in the path of Self-Realization for the world.


These nine kalams should be read three times a day.

Ask the above from Dada Bhagwan (The Lord within you). This should not slip into a daily routine of recital. These sentences should come from your heart. Experience these bhavna with alert awareness from within.

These nine sentences encompass the essence of all the scriptures of the world.


NOTE ABOUT THIS TRANSLATION

Dadashri did grant his blessings to convey his teachings to the world through translations in English and other languages.

This is an humble attempt to present to the world the essence of the teachings of The Gnani Purush Dadashri. A lot of care has been taken to preserve the tone and message of the satsang. This is not a literal translation of his words. Many persons have worked diligently for this work and we thank them all.

This is an elementary introduction to the vast treasure of his teachings. Please note that any errors encountered in the translation are entirely those of the translators.

INTRODUCTION OF THE GNANI

On a June evening in 1958 at around six o'clock, Ambalal Muljibhai Patel, a family man, contractor by profession, was sitting on a bench of a busy platform number three at Surat train station. Surat is a city in south Gujarat, a western state in India. What happened within the next forty-eight minutes was phenomenal. Spontaneous Self-realization occurred within Ambalal M. Patel. During this his ego melted totally and completely. From that time onwards he became completely detached from all thoughts, speech and acts of Ambalal and he became a living instrument of The Lord for salvation of the world through the path of knowledge. He called this Lord, Dada Bhagwan. ‘, This Lord is fully manifest within me,’ he told, to all he met. Furthermore he added that, ‘ the same Lord, Dada Bhagwan exists in all living beings. The difference between you and me is that in me, The Lord has expressed fully in me and in you he is yet to manifest. ' Who are we? What is God? Who runs this world? What is karma? What is liberation? Etc. All the world's spiritual questions were answered. Thus nature offered absolute vision to the world through the medium of Shree Ambalal Muljibhai Patel.

Ambalal was born in Tarasali a suburb of the city of Baroda and raised in Bhadran, Central Gujarat. Although a contractor by profession, and married to Hiraba, his life at home and with the world was exemplary prior to his Self Realisation. After becoming Self realized and attaining the state of a Gnani, (The Awakened One, Jnani in Hindi) his body became a public charitable trust.

Throughout his whole life he lived by the principle that there should not be any commerce in religion, and in all commerce there must be religion. Also he never took any money from anyone for his own use. He used the profits from his business to take his devotees for pilgrimage in various parts of India.

His words became the foundation for the new direct step less path to realization called Akram Vignan. Through his divine original scientific experiment (The Gnan Vidhi) he imparted this knowledge to others within two hours. Thousands have received his grace through this process and thousands continue to do so even now. He called it Akram Vignan (Step less Science, elevator path). Akram means without steps and kram means to rise step by step. Akram means lift or elevator path. Kram here means orderly, step by step spiritual progress. Akram is now recognized as a direct shortcut to the bliss of the Self. A shortcut.

WHO IS DADA BHAGWAN?

When he explained others who 'Dada Bhagwan' is he would say:

‘What you see here is not 'Dada Bhagwan.' What you see is 'A. M. Patel.' I am a Gnani Purush and He that is manifest within, is 'Dada Bhagwan'. He is the Lord within. He is within you and everyone else. He has not yet manifest within you, whereas within me he is fully manifest. I myself am not a Bhagwan. I bow down to the Dada Bhagwan within me.’

CURRENT LINK FOR ATTAINING THE KNOWLEDGE OF SELF REALIZATION

‘I am personally going to impart siddhis(special spiritual powers) to a few people. After I leave, will there not be a need for them? People of future generations will need this path, won’t they?’

~ Dadashri

Param Pujya Dadashri used to go from town to town and country to country to give satsang and impart the knowledge of the Self as well as knowledge of harmonious worldly interaction to all who came to see him. In his final days in fall of 1987, he graced Dr. Niruben Amin, and gave her the siddhis to continue his Work.

After Param Pujya Dadashri left his mortal body on January 2, 1988. Dr. Niruben continues his Work, traveling within India to cities and villages; and abroad in the USA, Canada, UK and Africa. She is Dadashri’s representative of Akram Vignan. She has been instrumental in expanding the key role of Akram Vignan as the simple and direct path to Self Realization for modern times. Thousands of spiritual seekers have taken advantage of this opportunity and are established in the experience of pure Soul while carrying out their worldly duties. They experience freedom, here and now, while living their daily life.

Powerful words in scriptures help the seeker in increasing the desire for liberation and thus they represent the path. The knowledge of the Self is the final goal of all seeking. Without the knowledge of the Self there is no liberation. This knowledge of the Self (Atmagnan) does not exist in books. It exists in the heart of a Gnani. Hence the knowledge of the Self can only be acquired by meeting a Gnani. Through the scientific approach of the Akram Vignan, even today one can attain Atma Gnan, but it can only occur by meeting a living Atma Gnani and receiving the Atma Gnan(Knowledge of The Self). Only a lit candle can light another candle.






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