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Posted: 26.01.2010
Updated on: 30.07.2015
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"Disciple's Greatest Goal should be the development of virtues for attachment free Soul" - Yuvacharya Shree Mahashraman

Yuvacharya Shree while giving his spiritual discourse in pragya samavsaran said that "Uttradhyan Sutra" mentions that one should aim at leaving contortions (Vikar). Anger, Pride, Greed, Cheating, Misery are kinds of contortions or disease of Soul. We should aim at quitting these contortions and move towards becoming a soul which is free from all kind of attachments. Also desires and greed are the main sources of crime. People leading homely life cannot be free from all kinds of attachments because of their indulgence in multiple affairs however at least they should nurture good bhava's (emotions). If dharma is practiced to get fruits as desired it loses the significance of Tapa. "Dashvakalik Sutra" mentions that spiritual practice should only be done for shedding of Karma's (Nirjara) and not for any other motives or desires.

12th chapter of Gita mentions that person who control his feeling of extreme happiness in favourable situation and  who is likes by Lord Krishna, who do not become extremely happy in good times and does not behaves sad in unfavourable circumstances, who does not have desires and do not perform things to receive fruits.

Yuvacharya Shree also sang the song "Vijay Geet" which was written by Acharya Shree Tulsi and he manifested that those people who are not scared of issues, obstacles and keeps smiling in unfavourable incidences of life are called the true winners and such people have attributes of being calm, pure and stands proudly like Himalaya mountain during the tough phases of life. He also conversed on life history of Acharya Bharimal ji (2nd Acharya of Terapanth Sangh) which was written by Muni Hemraj ji in the year 1879.Muni Shree Dinesh Kumar ji mentioned about the importance of "Kayotsarga" which can help to achieve the finest stage of Dharma Dhyana  and Shukla Dhyana.

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