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Anuragh

A True Guru means what ?

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Gayatrhi

O human know the attributes of a true guru. A true guru does not belong to any class or caste. A true visionary, guide or guru has no caste or creed – naa hoye varg na hoye varan saancha guru soyee. He is not a brahmin, kshatriya, vaishya or shudra. He is not a Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh or Muslim. He does not belong to any group or class. A true guru is simply a superb human who has soul power (aatmbali) and is soulful (aatmvaan). A soulful human with soul power is the one who can lead the masses, whose gyan-dhyan (true wisdom and contemplation) flows towards the deserving and his actions (karms) are always directed through union with the supreme consciousness for the supreme goal and is forever dedicated to the supreme consciousness. A true guru is a mass of two attributes – one is soul power (aatmikta) and the other is oneness, sense of belonging (aatmiyata) and both are eternal, divine, beyond mind (para) qualities. Soulfulness, full of attributes of the soul and aatmiyata – replete with an unselfish feel of oneness, sense of belonging and spontaneous, effortless sprouting of affection. Both these words are such that they never lose their significance, meaning and essence. Their truth always remains the same, does not alter under any circumstance, condition or direction.

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