Through Sadhana the Seeker Destroys His Sanchit Karmas


Whenever a devotee comes to me, I do not look at his past, but I see what he can do in future.
– His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj
(Shree Guru of His Holiness Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavale) Implied meaning : When a devotee, or seeker comes at the door of a saint, the saint does not delve into his past to see the sins he, or she has committed, but see how much Mumukshutva (an intense desire to attain God) does one possess, how by doing Sadhana (spiritual practice) one can burn one’s Sanchit (cumulative actions in past births) and progress spiritually to attain salvation. The rigour of Tapa (penance) had transformed the dacoit, Ratnakar into Saint Valmiki, for Sage Narada, provided him an opportunity to improve, had imprinted the Samskaras (traditional customs) of Sadhana upon his mind. Similarly, saints too provide every being an opportunity to improve. In real terms, a seeker possesses the ability to destroy the Sanchit Karma (accumulated fruits of past actions that he has to undergo in future births) through the medium of Kriyaman Karma (willful actions) in the form of Sadhana. Saints are the epitome of Matrutva (motherhood), forgiveness, Nirpeksh Prem (love without expectation) and of positive thinking.
Photo: Scroll down to read in English :<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> जब कोई भक्त मेरे पास आता है, तब मैं उसके भूतकालको नहीं देखता, वह भविष्यमें क्या कर सकता है मैं यह देखता<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> हूं | - परम पूज्य भक्तराज महाराज (परम पूज्य गुरुदेव डॉ. जयंत बालाजी आठवलेके श्रीगुरु )<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> भावार्थ : जो भी जिज्ञासु या साधक संतके द्वार जाता है, संत उसके भूतकालमें जाकर यह नहीं देखते कि उसने कौन-कौनसे पाप किए हैं बल्कि यह देखते हैं कि उसमें मुमुक्षुत्त्व कितना है, वह किस प्रकार साधना कर अपने संचित कर्मको जलाकर ईश्वर प्राप्तिकी ओर अग्रसर हो सकता है | साधनाके तपने रत्नाकर डाकूको वाल्मीकि ऋषि बना दिया क्योंकि नारद ऋषिने उन्हें भी सुधरनेकी संधि देकर साधनाके संस्कार उनके मनपर अंकित किए | इस प्रकार संत प्रत्येक जीवको सुधरनेकी संधि देते हैं | खरे अर्थोंमें अपने साधना रूपी क्रियामान कर्मके माध्यमसे साधक अपने संचित कर्मोंके भंडारको नष्ट करनेकी क्षमता रखता है | मातृत्त्व, क्षमाशीलता, निरपेक्ष प्रेम एवं सकारात्मक सोचके प्रतिबिंब होते हैं संत !<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> Whenever a devotee comes to me, I do not look at his past, but I see what he can do in future.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> - His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> (Shree Guru of His Holiness Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavale)</p><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>Implied meaning : When a devotee, or seeker comes at the door of a saint, the saint does not delve into his past to see the sins he, or she has committed, but see how much Mumukshutva (an intense desire to attain God) does one possess, how by doing Sadhana (spiritual practice) one can burn one’s Sanchit (cumulative actions in past births) and progress spiritually to attain salvation. The rigour of Tapa (penance) had transformed the dacoit, Ratnakar into Saint Valmiki, for Sage Narada, provided him an opportunity to improve, had imprinted the Samskaras (traditional customs) of Sadhana upon his mind. Similarly, saints too provide every being an opportunity to improve. In real terms, a seeker possesses the ability to destroy the Sanchit Karma (accumulated fruits of past actions that he has to undergo in future births) through the medium of Kriyaman Karma (willful actions) in the form of Sadhana. Saints are the epitome of Matrutva (motherhood), forgiveness, Nirpeksh Prem (love without expectation) and of positive thinking.


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