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Views of Madhusudan on this spiritual book I was lucky enough to meet Purohitji in North America, when I was on an official assignment for few months. Before I met him, I had deep thirst to understand the truth of my existence. This inquisitive nature led me to take a travel through various spiritual organizations. Being part of a spiritual organization, one gets a lot of comfort and in consequence the inquisitiveness is shut down temporarily and makes one feel that one has got a clue for your existence. However, I strongly believe that if you are keen to know the Truth beyond, Nature reveals more. Purohitji clarified several questions over the winter of 2005, I am delighted to see that the book “The Road to inner world” contains greater and detailed answers to the doubt which any true spiritual seeker could have. Some of the questions were simple: Is it compulsory to have a spiritual Guru/spiritual/Teacher or a Guide to know the truth? Is there something called as destiny that controls when someone should realize the Truth? Is celibacy compulsory to realize the truth? Why are there several methods like, mantras, meditation , yoga and several other techniques prescribed to realize the truth? Why can’t there be one simple technique? Is the future predictable? If it is predictable, why should one even think that he should meditate, pray, worry etc. There are galaxies, milky way and unimaginable amount of space surrounding us, what difference does our life make to this ? Is science and knowledge generated distractions leading us away from the truth ? What is good or bad, seems to have been derived out of a system of rules defined by society to safely co-exist. Should one ever be guilty if he does something that doesn’t affect society, yet classified as bad as per society. Will the society accept the thoughts of a realized person? How does one strike a balance and be happy forever? These ones and many other questions got answered from my discussions with Purohitji. In my opinion the book is a gift for all spiritual-seekers keen to realize the Truth. I would like to quote Purohitji: “We have to clean our hearts to have the eyes opened to see our family, which is unlimited. The limit or narrowness is the outcome of the wandering mind wielded to all forms of impatience created in consequence of unfulfilled desires. Madhu
Oct 20,’10, Hi Purohit ! I Love your website. I look forward to reading your entries. It looks like there already is a lot of info to read. I am very impressed. Most of the quotes you give us are very lovely. Here is an example of your quote :
An empty heart is full of unlimited joy, unlimited bliss. The only desire he may have is to make others happy. One who cannot think of the welfare of others, one who cannot love every being is still to learn what happiness is.
Let me tell you that true love is the first thing in our life. We can Love neither God nor man without being truthful.. Truthfulness finally leads us to spirituality. Some people say God himself is the only truth,; all else is false illusion.
2010/10/31 at 5:19 am Hi Purohit! Your website looks really fantastic, I’m really impressed with it. Thank you so much Purohit for all you are doing to spread Truth and Light in this world at this very pivotal time in human history. Wishing you God’s speed and richest blessings, my friend. Love, Christina , Christinanorman333@yahoo.com, Los Angels (US).
Meditation, Truth, Love, Light & God: Dr. K. P. Bansal November 30, 2009
November 26, 2009, Bharatpur (Rajasathan), India
As per my experience emerging from this book, all of us need peace and the technique that can lead us to eternal peace is only Meditation. God & Peace are the two synonyms for the Creator of the world. If you are able to read this book with full attention you will realize what we really need to do so that we may attain our goal in all certainty. Nobody can summarize the book in a few words.
Purohitji & I were in the same college or University, affiliated to University of Agra (India). Not only that we have passed a lot of time together. I may, therefore, be observed to think more emotionally than the friends coming later in his life. Presently I am bound up with Purohitji’s book, the perusal of which one cannot afford to miss. His personality combined with sweet reasonableness of his intellect ventures out to a path of wisdom, which leads to peace of mind and in turn anchors one in a garden of silence and solitude. His sustained innate brilliance/excellence betokens the magnanimity of thought and felicity of expression. His courageous and constant insistence that individual self is the source of all sorrow and evil in our experience bespeaks the inevitable connection of sorrow with life and life with desire. The space enclosed in an earthen pot is freed from its limitations and becomes one with infinite space when the pot is broken; whether we call that infinite space or a ‘void’ or whole or ‘soul’ is more a matter of temperament than of fact. What is important is to realize that ‘self’ is free from fetters of individuality – is an everlasting “becoming” mingling ultimately into “being” I think there is no being, only an incessant becoming.The book also throws ample light on contemplation, concentration, light, dharma, wisdom, truth. Contemplation, not necearrily but for the most of us, is the precondition for meditation resulting in concentration. It is at the height of concentration that we start realizing light. Whatever efforts can lead us to the state of getting enlightened is Dharma. Truth and Wisdom are the real companions of Dharma : Dr. K. P.Bansal (Physicist), Bharatpur (University Of Rajasthan)
Associate of The Study Centre at Rajghat Education Centre, Varanasi (KFI). Since late 2010 he is an editor of the news letter ‘Swayam se Samvad”. A journalist, writer and a translator – a versatile intellectual.
Road To Inner World is a sincere attempt of a serious seeker to express something, which is inexpressible. I have met Purohitji, the author of the book, quite a few times. And for me meeting and having a live contact with him is much more interesting and meaningful than reading any book written by him. In spite of this difficulty I did go through the book and found that it contains a number of serious perceptions of the author which are surely meaningful to those who are interested in this inner journey.Though I feel that there is no particular “road” to the truth and truth manifests itself simply, directly and innocently when there is unconditional love and when all beliefs, paths, methods, rituals and all dependence on any path or guru have come to an end, rather burnt in that pure flame of love and clarity.
For me the most interesting insight of the book is about the “radiations” : “…a living body is a source of transmission as well as it acts as a receiver.. All that surrounds us is a “store-house” of radiations or waves received from the thinkers of past and present…We are receivers or transistor sets being tuned to different waves.” As a living human being we are all the time emitting certain vibrations through our every action, feel or thought. If we are living a life of love and compassion that is our contribution to the consciousness. If we are feeling hatred, envy, anger or sorrow then we are contributing to the negative or evil part of the consciousness. So as an individual we are totally responsible for what we live and do. Then the real question is : Do I feel this sense of great human responsibility, or am I living a mechanical, unconscious, sleepy and therefore selfish life? If this book helps us to wake us up from our deep sleep, then it has a very deep significance.”
(2) Comments By Phillip Bosloy, Ottawa, Canada November 16, 2009
February 2010.“The Road to the Inner World,” by N. S. Purohit, is a book of spiritual parables and personal experiences, encompassing a journey of suffering, uncertainty and trust that transforms and enriches. It is written with candor and insight, remarking on the trials and triumphs, as well as the discovery of the hidden treasures inherent in the life of a seeker. That seeker can come in many forms and walk many different paths; ultimately, desperation and faith, ego-based “love,” or cosmic and divine love lead the way. Elizabeth Gilbert spoke of an antevasin in her book “Eat, Pray, Love.” The author also seems to skirt that “border” of transcendence, playing the role of the “in-betweener.” At first, Purohit steps gingerly across that line of grace, unsure of his momentum. He persistently asks from within, if providence is real, if divine intelligence is active in his life. His words reveal that he has sat with himself in this discomfort and allowed the depths of his being speak for itself. Along the way, those parts of himself that were unknown earlier, or unacceptable to him, while pummeling his thinking, tested his faith until stillness arrived. Like watching the tide, drop-by-drop, he observed the waves of thoughts, allowing them to proceed naturally into the ocean of awareness. Any bystander along the barren, curving shore, is invited to join his wading into these waves, even led by the hand if need be, so that any fear would not overwhelm the wonder of these vital peaks of the inner world.
This book has a feeling of recompense to it, of a favor returned. Redemption is not its sole purpose. A sharing of freedom and gratitude is utmost, and is as close as a heartbeat. Its style has the plainest of flavors, like an unadorned chapatti, but like the food that brings deep nourishment in its simplicity.
In the chapter entitled “Prayer to the Creator,” Purohit has written, “I do not say you never helped me. You did, not once but times numberless. Many of them were unbelievably big happenings, which cannot be understood with human intellect. But I forgot them. Perhaps you have to keep repeating your unbelievable events in my life
until I finally realize that you are my real friend and helper.” In his way, this book is meant to be an expression of that friend.
Belgium, April 16, 2010
With his book and this Website, Purohitji offers a glimpse through his love-filled eyes into an un-individual all-one universe. There are many books on deep and ancient truths and many of us have studied and tried to apply the handed down wisdom. Without guidance – as Purohit says with a physical personal guide or entrusting ourselves to the all-one creator’s guidance fully and completely – it is still out of our and into our conditioned mind that we take these words of experienced Truth. Purohit’s Webpage and book can be read and understood at different levels. Before the reader even starts reflecting on certain aspects, he/she has already projected through the lens of their own limitations, their concepts and perceptions, their fears and (self-) judgments, conscious or unconsious, which then make up the filter for the extent to which the offered wisdom can be received. The trick of the mind is that it lets us think that we can cast aside these limiting factors and read with what is called an “open mind”. When the reader goes deeper, he or she will be allowed to become aware of their projections and, if able to acknowledge them, be able to go beyond and thus the experience of the written words changes. This can be quite a drastic difference from the first read or a very subtle difference of the experience in the inner spaces. I have to my surprise even observed a difference in the heart centre (nearly physically) when receiving the information in the different mind-set way – much softer and slightly more sideways from where I usually sense it, with a healing effect. Then we realise that these observations are also reflections of the mind, keeping us on a superficial level of understanding. By letting the words sink ever deeper into the background or our inner being, more and more of the truth and energy thus offered can flow and resonate within.When we give up resistance and meet the essence of what is being offered, then our inner being can meet the inner being of the author.
The Ego seems to keep us busy in mental exercises about love, grace, unconditionality, humility etc. and in concepts of (often) emotional versions of these qualities. By thinking about these qualities and wanting to express them we surely contribute to the eventual moment when we are given the chance to truly experience them at a deep level. It is certainly by grace that we, who have known only limited extents of conditional love, are touched by or maybe even flooded with and immersed in divine pure inmeasurable love.Purohit is a clear surface of water that I have been lucky enough to meet in person. I would of course not allow myself to judge his purity in any way. While I am still projecting my own limitations onto others, while I am still a stirred up water-plane, how could I even recognise purity? But for navigation, I still have to go by certain “landmarks” in others. Having seen the effects the interaction with Purohitji has had on me, I could so far only detect unconditional love. I am brought into a deep connectedness and I feel that my understanding or grasping at some level or other is being lead deeper. Sometimes I may stumble over something I read. When think I have a different understanding of the matter. And then when I continue reading, my mind is widened and opened to get a notion of where the writer is taking the reader. I am truly grateful for what is being offered to God.Dear Purohit thank you so much for living what it means being truly untouched by the actions and reactions of others! May your book and the energy thus offered reach open hearts and may it fullfil its intention and destination. May it help many to become more aware. You have for a long time been bringing that light radiation into our Earth Plane.
This book defines spirituality very clearly. You may understand why and how you should meditate. We all want peace and happiness in our lives. We need to know how peace and happiness can be attained. The book also throws ample light on contemplation, concentration, light, dharma, wisdom, truth. Contemplation, not necearrily but for the most of us, is the precondition for meditation resulting in concentration. It is at the height of concentration that we start realizing light. Whatever efforts can lead us to the state of getting enlightened is Dharma. Truth and Wisdom are the real companions of Dharma
“|Love is the only most talked about word. Somebody said, “There can be only one happiness in life – to love and to be loved.” Way back, I was looking at the palm of a person, when a five-six year old boy, pushing forward his eight year old brother asked me if some girl would love him. How strong is the instinct of what we call love!! Some years back, a 79 year old motherly figure contacted me to know if she would get a boy friend and also if he would love to have physical union.
It is said that the libido in a female is awakened between the age of eight and thirteen and in a male between nine and fourteen. Also it is understood that this libido is the life long companion of both sexes. Being attracted to the opposite sex is seen as love. Whether we call it love or not, it exists everywhere for all the times. We cannot think of exceptions. The moment love turns out to be possessive, it loses its beauty. We may hold debates after debates; the flow of love between a male and a female shall continue to be perpetual. It is real and exists everywhere. Though not infinitely, though not forever, everyone gets the occasion to love and to be loved. To be in joy, one has to learn to feel contented with whatever is available and whenever it is available. If one cannot do so, one should be prepared to shed tears or pass sleepless nights. Alternatively one may seek shelter with tranquilizers. On the other side some of us talk of Divine Love wherein the beloved is invisible; once realised the joy felt by a lover is infinite. We cannot love the Divine beloved without realising that the mundane love is ephemeral and vulnerable, no matter it may be within easy access for some of us. In no case security and stability can be granted since life itself is in a flow of uncertainty. Given serious thought to it, turns one to spirituality
It is a book on spirituality, guiding one onto a path, which is spiritual and simple leading one through the simplest ways on meditation. Those who seek peace and happiness through Spiritual yoga will find a great friend in this book. It explains karma deep to its roots and guides one on freeing oneself from the dominating destiny. The explanation accorded by this book on how happiness, sorrow and bliss emerges within oneself underlines the importance of this book. If one is looking for a Spiritual Book, or a Book on Yoga or on Meditation reading it must not be missed. No amount of words can convince you unless you read it and find an admirer within yourself.
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