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Our losses –profits and the great worldly system

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“We are thinking about our losses and profits. The great worldly system, we are parts in which, also seeing its profit. There is no value of our personal loss and profit.
If one is profited personally, we have to be understood that he/she has been profited by the system, for its own profit. If one has sustained a loss personally, also it has taken place for the need of the system.”

— MahaAnand



Nectar Speeches of the MahaAnand

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"Mother is gained by ‘devotion-yoga’ and can be a mother by ‘knowledge-yoga’. Now your expectation is–

God’s child – wants to get God and his love, kindness and also wants to be happy by getting the touch of God. Men who are just been adult want God. Child of God will be God a time. Will the tiger’s offspring be tiger or not?

Yoga (contact or way of contact) devotion-yoga or knowledge-yoga or any other, according to conscious stage everything is good, everything is perfect.

On the other hand, the way which avoid the development of mind and inspire the blindness and worst quality (lowest quality), be aware about the way. Don’t set your foot in that minus or worst way. "

— MahaAnand



Nectar Speeches of the MahaAnand

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“As much a person is conscious about the mind, as much a person knows the mind, and as much a person has control over the mind, he/she is that much a Human being. The day, when you become the master of mind, then understand, that day, you become the Human being. In that sense, we are baby Human beings. Still now, we are not complete Human beings. First, we have to be Human beings, our apparent target is to become the Human beings.”

— MahaAnand



Nectar Speeches of MahaAnand

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"TO SEARCH OWN SELF AFTER LOOSING, – THIS IS THE MAIN THEME OF THE MISTERY OF CREATION."

— MahaAnand



Nectar Speeches of the MahaAnand

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“We all are travelers of the same path –the path of blooming consciousness.”

— MahaAnand