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Science of Religion (Set of 3 Books)

This is a set of books which unveils all questions of human mind. Questions like why despite being so deeply involved in religion and religious practices, our behavior does not reflect it?
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This is a set of books which unveils all questions of human mind. Questions like why despite being so deeply involved in religion and religious practices, our behavior does not reflect it? Are you not frustrated and confused by it? What is the reason behind this? Read on to get solutions and learn the difference between spirituality and religion.

1) Non Violence

The killing of animals, insects and smaller life-forms is called effect violence. And to inflict mental anguish on others or to become angry with others is intent-violence. No matter how hard one tries, it is not easy to practice non-violence. In fact the real violence is anger, false pride, attachment and greed. Effect violence continues according to the laws of nature and no one has any control over it.

Kashaya (bad intent, action or speech) is the highest violence and that is why the Lord has said that first and foremost, one should not have any kashaya. This type of violence is called self-violence or intent-violence. If effect violence occurs, let it happen, but one must not allow intent-violence to occur at any cost. Instead, people try to stop effect-violence and continue to do intent-violence. If a person were to resolve in his mind that under no circumstances does he want to kill any life-form, then he will not be instrumental in causing the death of any life-form. There are those who take a firm stand to stop the effect-violence. They may be able to stop killing insects overtly. However if they use their intellect to take advantage of others in their business dealings, they are continuing intent violence through their greed. This is all violence!

Find more about violence (Himsa) and non-violence (Ahimsa), from the gross to the subtlest levels as exposed by the Gnani Purush (Spiritual Scientist) himself.

This read will, without doubt, serve as a very useful guide for those who want to practice Non-Violence (Ahimsa) and desire liberation...

2) The Essence of All Religion

Why despite being so deeply involved in religion and religious practices, our behavior does not reflect it? Are you not frustrated and confused by it? What is the reason behind this?

Param Pujya Dadashri (master of spiritual science) has clarified the mystery behind such confusion. He says that all conduct and behavior is a result of past life causes. It is an effect. 'Bhaav (inner intent)' is a term that denotes deep inner intent, which is not readily apparent. This bhaav (inner intent) is a cause. No one can bring about any changes in the result. If the cause changes, the result will change.

Param Pujya Dadashri has extracted the essence of the all scriptures and presented it to us, in the form of Nine Kalams. These Nine Kalams are the keys to bringing about a change in the bhaav (inner intnet), on a fundamental level. Not even extensive studying of scriptures will bring about such changes in bhaav (inner intent).

Thousands of people have benefited from the simple message of these kalams. By reciting these Nine Kalams, new internal causes are completely changed and one attains inner peace in this life. It will wash away all negativity in one's life. This is the essence of religion.

The path to liberation - spiritual development will then become easy.

3) Tri Mantra

People quarrel about what is ‘mine’ and ‘yours’ in religion. To keep such quarrels at bay, there is the Trimantra. When one understands the fundamental meaning of the Trimantra (auspicious prayer), one would realize that it is not a mantra exclusive for any one religion, or sect or division of a religion. The obeisance in the Trimantra is offered to all beings of supreme awareness starting from those who have attained Self-Realization to those who have attained absolute Knowledge and also those who have attained final liberation, moksha. Through such obeisance, one’s life’s obstacles are removed; one finds peace amidst difficulties and begins to build a goal towards moksha.

The Gnani Purush, Dadashri (master of spiritual science) has given us the Trimantra. This mantra is completely impartial. He asks us to recite it five times with full awareness every morning and night. Doing this will make your worldly activities peaceful. If you have a lot of problems, then you should recite it for an hour; you will find that the burden of your difficulties is significantly reduced. This mantra has the power to subdue all difficulties. It can make a mountain appear like a molehill!

Param Pujya Dadashri explains how this mantra uplifts those who recite it with the correct understanding. Recite it yourself and experience how your difficulties will reduce significantly!