Spiritual experiences of seekers


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Anubhutis (Spiritual experiences) of seekers

We will take a look at the Anubhutis of Shri Abhishek Thakur, a Seeker of the village that I live in.
I.
(a) “On March 20, 2010, I was going from Tanuja Didi’s residence to the Kaali temple in our village with a stabiliser for the microphone. The stabiliser was emitting the same kind of divine fragrance that gets emitted from Didi’s room.”
(b) “In the year 2010, I used to write Suvachan(short inspiring lines from scriptures) on a board in the village to address the Hindus as per didi’s directives. In one place, Didi had herself written a few Suvachans. On April 30, 2010, when I opened one copy, I saw Didi had written down some points that were emitting energy-enhancing fragrance, whereas the entire copy was emitting another kind of fragrance. Generally the copy used to be kept in Tanuja Didi’s room but it was lying with me for the preceding few days at my house.”
In this context, energy-enhancing incense is a marak gandh,(the divine fragrance which represent the destroyer form of God)
whereas the other fragrance emanating from the entire copy was a tarak one(the fragrance which represent the saviour form of God) . The tarak and marak fragrance of God are emitted as per requirement for our protection. – Tanuja.
(c) “Didi had in her possession some torn currency notes that needed to be replaced. I carefully took them out of the poly-bag and kept them inside an exercise notebook which I further kept in a bag before proceeding to the city market from my village. I kept the poly-bag inside another copy. When I returned from Godda, I could experience the same fragrance from the copy where I had kept the poly-bag that used to get emitted from Didi’s room and all the things kept in my bag too emitted a similar fragrance”
Analysis of the Anubhuti: A divine aroma is emitted from a spiritual evolved/ saint who is above 60% spiritual level, but this aspect of spirituality was not known to this Seeker.
II – (a) “On May 24, 2010, Didi said at a discourse at the temple that artificial (plastic) flowers should not be offered to the deities because they are dead and Tamasic (spiritually impure). When I returned home, I asked my grandmother to remove the plastic flowers from our place of worship. She refused. I felt extremely sad, but prayed to Maa Durgaa thus, “May Your will prevail.” A couple of days later, Maa Durgaa appeared in my grandmother’s dream and said, “Everyday you should offer me a garland made of fresh flowers and remove the garland made of plastic flowers.” After that, my grandmother started doing the same and I expressed my heartfelt gratitude to Maa Durgaa.”
Analysis of the Anubhuti: Implementing the issues told during Satsang or discourse is known as Seekerhood. However, the effort to implement the same must not be made by creating tensions within the family and everything should be left to God’s wish. Abhishek did the same and God helped him.
III – “On June 18, 2010, I had an examination at Kharagpur. I had never been to Kharagpur. My examination was to begin at 9 am and I reached Kharagpur station at 8.10 am. Since I also had to look for the examination centre, I felt I would not be able to appear for the exam. Just then, I remembered that Didi had told me that staying in bliss in any given situation is the quality of a Seeker and one must do chanting in all circumstances. So I started chanting continuously. Surprisingly, I reached the examination centre two minutes before the examination commenced.”
Analysis of the Anubhuti: The effort made to stay in bliss in each and every situation is known as Sadhana (spiritual practice) and a seeker who becomes aware of this profound mystery and learns to stay in bliss in every situation can easily progress on the path of Sadhana.

IV . “On April 21, 2010, my aunt (Chhoti Maa), I and my sister were about to leave for the market in Kolkata, when suddenly we had a change of mind and decided not to go. After a few minutes there was a bomb blast at that very place we were to visit and one person died on the spot. It was then that I understood why our plan of going to the market changed at the last moment.”
Analysis of the Anubhuti: ‘न मे भक्त: प्रण्श्यति’ ‘Na Me bhaktah pranashyati”, meaning the devotee-benevolent Almighty does protect Seekers. We have to merely make efforts to become true devotees.

V . “In 2010, Didi had given me some books to read. After reading these, questions began to crop up in my mind. However, the question that I thought I would ask Didi in the Satsang, automatically got answered by her even before I could ask. I felt as if she knew all that I was thinking.”
Analysis of the Anubhuti: When God has to guide an embodied soul through the medium of a spiritualist, He transforms the guide as a medium to grant Anubhutis to the Seekers and if his/her mind and intellect is tuned to universal mind and the universal intellect, they can easily read the thoughts of the person in front of them.



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