How to experience the spiritual knowledge?

Question: I am starting to get to a point of reading/listening/understanding this spiritual knowledge where I am “making it a concept” as Guruji puts it. How do I “experience” the knowledge rather than “learn” it? Just wait out prarabdha? It almost feels like I can ‘speak the language’ by taking courses/reading etc. I even believe […]

Buddha’s Legendary Enlightenment

Question: Why is Buddha’s enlightenment considered legendary. Are there categories in enlightenment? Answer: Have questions? Reach out to Ekta by clicking on the “Ask a Question” button on the left sidebar. Transcription: JGD. The question is: Why is Buddha’s enlightenment considered legendary. Are there categories in enlightenment? Answer: Yes, Buddha was a legend. If we […]

Enlightenment makes me greedy!

Question: JGD Ektaji, Thanks for sharing this beautiful thought, but I believe thinking about enlightenment itself is a kind of suffering. You constantly work hard towards it reminding yourself that enlightenment is your end goal. I have read it somewhere that Enlightenment is just a by-product; you cannot do anything about it. This is the beauty of by-products: […]

Mind retaliates to your answer on craving for Guru!

Question: Ektaji, My bhakti kicked in and did a little revolt against the answer – https://ektabathija.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/craving-for-guru/ Divine craving (for the physical guru or the tattva) is in my faith a blessing..does Mukti not happen through Grace? Once we reach a stage in Bhakti won’t the rest automatically drop off? Answer: No dear. Nothing happens automatically. The question […]

Direct realization or instant enlightenment!

Question: JGD Ekta ji, I am trying to understand difference between direct realization and contemplation. I thought contemplation is by doing self inquiry one is trying to abandon ego, and direct realization is experiencing the truth. But he categorized Janaka under contemplation, but Janaka was first using contemplation but he also realized the truth and had […]