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Natural Path

The system promulgated by the Mission is known as Sahaj Marg, or the Natural Path of Realisation of the One, the Ultimate.  Unfortunately, the realisation of the Absolute has so far been thought to be the hardest job almost beyond the capacity of a common man.  This mistaken notion prompted by the misplaced teachings and preachings of the so-called leaders of religion, has so deeply settled down in almost every heart that the very craving for higher aspiration seems to have died out therefrom. 

God is simple and can be achieved by simple means.  This is what Sahaj Marg stands for and presents to the world.  The purpose of the Mission  is served if people begin to realise this simple truth and apply it in their daily routine of life. 


 As a matter of fact, the very simplicity of Nature is in itself the veil which serves as an impediment in the way of our progress.  Under the SahajMarg System, this toilsome task is accomplished very easily by the help and support of the preceptor, through the Yogic process of Pranahuti or transmission.  Yoga begins to settle down when the impressions caused by our thoughts and actions begin to be wiped off from our mind.  Sahaj Marg proceeds on with it from the very beginning. 

To know more about Sahaj Marg, Pranahuti, Preceptor, Realisation etc., the readers are requested to see the other spiritual articles in this web site. 

This is a collection from the  messages delivered by Sri Ramchandraji Maharaj, founder of Sahaj Marg, posted by B.E.Sampath Kumar, Abhyasi, Sri Ramchandraji Maharaj Seva Trust, Kadapa. 
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