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Among the myriad of relationships in life, the one between a Guru and disciple is most sacred and unique.
In the book “Guru and Disciple”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan provides insight into the nature of the Guru-disciple relationship and offers in-depth answers to questions like:
“What are definitions of Guru, and disciple? How is a Guru necessary in spiritual transformation?”
“How does a spiritual Guru differ from a spiritual teacher, a spiritual advisor, or from spiritual people in general?”
“How do I find a Guru with the spiritual power to grant me spiritual enlightenment required in a spiritual life?”
“Among the many spiritual teachers accessible today, do I need to find a Guru with a certain level of spiritual development or spiritual awareness?”
For those on a spiritual quest, seeking spiritual growth, or simply desirous of spiritual guidance, this book provides an invaluable resource among the spiritual books available on the Guru-disciple.
Ambalal M. Patel was a civil contractor by profession. In June 1958, spontaneous Self-Realization occurred within Ambalal M. Patel. From this point on, Ambalal became a Gnani Purush, and the Lord that manifest within him became known as Dada Bhagwan. A Gnani Purush is One who has realized the Self and is able help others do the same. He said that, “The same Lord, Dada Bhagwan exists in all living beings. The difference between you and me is that in me The Lord has manifested fully in me and he is yet to manifest in you.”
Param Pujya Dadashri used to go from town to town and country-to-country to give satsang (spiritual discourse) and impart the knowledge of the Self, as well as knowledge of harmonious worldly interactions to everyone who came to meet him. This spiritual science, known as Akram Vignan, is the step-less path to Self-realization.
This book is a humble attempt to present to the world, the essence of his Knowledge. Great care has been taken to preserve his original words and the essence of his message.