Glorification and its conditions


Glorification and its conditions

Aadishri Arun

Glorification and its conditions

Nature of Glorification:

Glorification is that process by which our essential self, that is trapped in cycles of Sansaar, by its karmic obligations, attains release from the layers of ignorance that have been imposed upon it, birth upon birth. The result of glorification is that this essential self that is covered under layers of illusions, finds freedom.



So great is the burden and so mystifying the illusion that no individual soul can get rid of it on his or her own.  Thus glorification can be provided only by the will and grace of God.



Since glorification can happen when the individual, by his own strivings, gets rid of all illusion, ignorance and sin, it needs a fundamental transformation in the nature of the individual, who has to make life God-centric, instead of world focused. Only then is the soul pure enough to be glorified.


Is Glorification conditional?

Glorification is conditional but not in the way we think.  The moment the word ‘conditional’ comes in, we think of a transaction.  We think that if we pay the costs then we will be able to purchase the desired goal-Glorification in this case.

You cannot purchase Glorification and you cannot treat glorification like a transaction with God. Yet Glorification is conditional on us being worthy of it.  We need to change our nature in a way that we become worthy of Glorification and yet the changes in us must be genuine and not for any ulterior motive.  We cannot be like a child who behaves well simply because he wants a toy.

What happens when there is no fundamental change in our nature? The answer is simple-We cannot be glorified.

People must not ignore these warnings and promises. You cannot live like the devil and expect to meet God. This is not because God demands a set number of holiness points before you can enter heaven. It is simply that you have to fit the place where you want to go to.  Just as a key has to fit the lock that it wants to go into and not the other way around, we have to fit in to the place where we want to reach.

Change is never easy.  It is far easier to live a worldly self indulgent life since that is easy and pleasurable to do in the short term.  It is only later we realize that the pursuit of worldly pleasure is not ultimately satisfying and it is only on that realization that we look for something more.  That is the moment we try to change and become someone worthy of glorification. Our initial efforts are not easy and the path to self change seems difficult. We feel blind walking on a path that is made of principles that are hard to relate to in the beginning.  This is why perseverance is important. Even when the way is not clear we must persist with the teachings. Glorification is the end result of a person who perseveres.

Perseverance means the engagement of our persons in the most intense and concentrated devotion to those means which God has ordained for the achievement of his saving purpose.

7 Conditions for Glorification:

  • Be pure and Holiness should come into you
  • Free from the patterns of willful sin and disobedience
  • To continue in the faith in Lord and not moved away from the hope of the gospel
  • Saving faith loves God and delights in God
  • Trusts in God and hopes in God
  • To save faith of trembles at the thought even in worst time
  • To save themselves fall into sin and backslide


Kalki’s Mission

Kalki’s mission

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Kalki's Mission

Lord Kalki is going to fulfil His mission in very short time. He is Lord of lords, God of gods. He has not arrived for only Hindus or only for Christians or only for Muslims or only for Sikh but He has arrived for the whole world and for whole communities, riding on white horse, having with the name of Lord Kalki.
He has manifested Himself and arrived on this earth in 1985 of 2nd May. (Kalki Comes in 1985, 3rd Chapter and Kalki Puran, part – 1, chapter 2 and verse 15)

Right now, He will appear before the people to glorify His such devotees who are following the main 7 conditions i.e. –

(1) Be pure so that Holiness might come into you.
(2) Make free from the patterns of willful sin and disobedience.
(3) To continue in the faith in Lord and not moved away from the hope of the gospel.
(4) Saving faith loves God and delights in God.
(5) Trusts in God and hopes in God.
(6) To save faith of trembling at the thought even in the worst time.
(7) To save themselves falling into sin and backslide.

The Lord Kalki, “Lord of lords, God of gods” is coming very soon to be glorified in His saints. He is the only hope of glory for His devotees. He has not come alone but He has with all His belivers. He is doing His work silently by hiding Himself. He is preparing His devotees to grow the quality of glory for glorificaton by hiding Himself. One day He will unveiled before all men. Others do not know what is going on, and even you as believers do not really understand what is happening but all the genuine children of God will glorified in Lord’s plan by transfiguring their body.
Today you live in a mortal body which is frail, full of sickness, tiredness, weakness and eventually death. But Lord kalki wants to transfigure the body of your humiliation into the body of His glory, a glrious resurrected body like His own.

Bible, Revelation 19:11–16 has prophesied – I saw heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is called Faithful and True. With justice He judges and wages war. His eyes are like blazing fire, and on His head are many crowns. He has a name written on Him that no one knows but He Himself. He is dressed in a robe dipped in blood, and His name is the Word of God. The armies of heaven were following him, riding on white horses and dressed in fine linen, white and clean. Coming out of Mis mouth is a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations. “He will rule them with an iron scepter.” He treads the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God Almighty. On His robe and on His thigh He has this name written.
Scriptures have prophesied that t

he Lord kalki is coming for the following six mission:
(1)to give the protection of Devotees. (Gita 4:8)
(2)to destroy the Evil, Malechchha, Yavanas, Demoniac nature people and Adharma people. (Gita 4:8)
(3) to reestablish the principles of religion. (Gita 4:8)
(4)Lord Kalki is coming to be glorified in His saints and to be marveled at in all those who have believed in that day. (Bible, II Thessalonians 1:10)
(5)He is coming to bring you into glory (Bible, Hebrews 2:10)
(6)Lord Kalki is the Lord of Glory.(Bible, I Corinthians 2:8) At His coming back, on the one hand He will come from the heavens with Glory (Bible, Mathew 25:31), and on the other hand He will be glorifed in His saints. That is His glory will be manifested from within His people, causing their body of humiliation to be transfigured into His glory, conforming it to the body of His glory. (Bible, Philippians 3:21) So that unbeliver might marvel at Him, admire Him, wonder at Him. (Bible, II Thessalonians 1:10)
28th Kali yuga has passed on 26 July 2014 at 03:11 P.M. as the moon, sun and jupiter arrived in pushya nakashtra (pushya constellation), in one rashi (in one zodiacal) in the ascendant. (Shrimad Bhagawatam Maha Puran 12;2:24; Vishnu Puran, Part – 4th, Chapter 24, Verse 102; Maha bharat, Van Parv “kali Dharm and Kalki Avatar” Page No – 311)

Today you live in the end age of the 7th Manvantar, which is the age of grace and the age of the mystery. He will estaablsh His own Dharma “Swadharma” on this earth. He will take a sword on the horseback, just like a king, He will simply go on killing all these non-believers, Godless creatures, malechchhaa and adharma people because He has to bring His devotees, rishi and saptrishi in another yuga “ Satya-yuga”, the golden age of righteousness, i.e. is in 8th Manvantar.
You believe into One to whom you have not seen, heard, touched, or met physically, and yet you love Him, enjoy Him, love to spend time with Him, and believe into Him with all of your heart. This is indeed a mystery.



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What is glorification? Glorification is that process by which our essential self, that is trapped in cycles of Sansaar, by its karmic obligations, attains release from the layers of ignorance that have been imposed upon it, birth upon birth. The result of glorification is that this essential self that is covered under layers of illusions, finds freedom.

So great is the burden and so mystifying the illusion that no individual soul can get rid of it on his or her own. Thus Glory can be provided only by the will and grace of God.

Since glorification can happen when the individual, by his own strivings, gets rid of all illusion, ignorance and sin, it needs a fundamental transformation in the nature of the individual, who has to make life God-centric, instead of world focussed. Only then is the soul pure enough to be glorified.

Once an individual is glorified, he becomes the same as Lord Kalki, who is the provider of the Glory. Only Lord Kalki can provide Glory. Glorification is the work that God is doing on all sentient beings and the aim is to take all the chosen people into Glory. By being glorified, we, the individual souls, drop our dependence on our mortal bodies and attain a state of existence where we are eternal.

Glorification is God’s final removal of sin from the life of the saints (i.e., everyone who has to be saved). At Lord’s coming, the Glory of God — His honour, praise, majesty, and holiness—will be realised in us. Instead of being mortals burdened with sinful nature, we will be changed into holy immortals with direct and unhindered access to God’s presence, and we will enjoy Holy Communion with Him throughout eternity. In considering Glory, we should focus on Lord Kalki, for He is ever there for those obedient devotees who have unconditional love for God. The goal of believing in the Lord is not merely the receiving of forgiveness of sins, but even more it is the obtaining of eternal life. The forgiveness of sins is only a procedure; it is not the goal. But it is only by the forgiveness of sins that God can give His eternal life to us. When this eternal life is put into us, we have an organic union with Lord Kalki.

Final Glorification must await the manifestation of the glory of our great God and Saviour Lord Kalki. Until He destroys Adharma-unrighteousness, we are all burdened with sin, and our spiritual vision is distorted because of this curse.

How and when will we be finally glorified? At the last trumpet, when Lord Kalki appeared, all saints will undergo a fundamental, instant transformation. We shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye. Lest anyone imagine that this beholding and transformation (as part of sanctification) is the work of especially saintly people, the Scriptures add the following bit of information: “For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.” In other words, it is a blessing bestowed on every believer.

Sanskaar and Karm

Sanskaar and Karm

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Sanskaar and Karm

All living beings when born, come with two realities embedded, and when they die they also take with them the modified version of the two qualities that they had come with. The first quality is described by the world ‘Sanskaar’ which is difficult to translate in English but which roughly translates as- embedded subconscious behavior that has been learnt and ingrained over many lifetimes so that it has become second nature. And the second quality is the Karmic account of an individual.
We frequently observe that people have very different kinds of lives. Even twins born under the same planetary and stellar configurations often end up leading very different lives. One twin may become rich while the other languishes in poverty. One may enjoy good health while the other suffers from poor health. Some people find fame, fortune and an easy life while many people live a life of misfortune, misery and difficulty. And sometimes fortunes change dramatically. Many people face a tough later part of life after an abundant youth while it is the reverse for many others. All in all, there are as many types of fate as there are people in this world. The question naturally arises – how are the lives of different living beings so different? The answer lies in individual combinations of the two qualities mentioned above, namely Sanskaar and Karmic account.
When a person arrives with good Sanskaar, his thinking, beliefs and actions are positive, constructive and compassionate towards others. If the Sanskaar of a person is bad, then that person proves to be the opposite – cruel instead of kind, negative instead of positive, destructive instead of constructive. Thus Sanskaar determines the way we deal with the world instinctively. On the other hand the balance in the karmic account determines the quality of life that a person experiences. If the balance is good and consists of good deeds, then a person experiences an abundant life but if the balance is negative and sinful, then suffering occurs. The exact nature of life depends on the actual balance in each person’s karmic account.
This is why one should be careful not to accumulate a negative karmic balance. And we should remember that since the entire universe is constructed on the basis of the law of karma, even God will not come to change your karmic account. Your karmic account can be altered by no one except yourself – your own efforts and your own karmas or, sometimes, by the grace of the guru. All that God does is to give, through the aegis of the guru, the gift of true knowledge to help you understand this and be ultimately free of the cycle of karma.
So don’t blame God for something that is of your making or unmaking. God loves us unconditionally and he only wants us to come to him in the light of love and knowledge. For him, however, our journey is our choice and he gives us the gift of free will to choose our own path. Whatever be our path, whenever we ask for guidance or release, he does guide us, but only in a way that we permit as per our limited understanding and belief systems.
God says in the Bhagwat Geeta, chapter 18 verse 12, that the person who is not able to renounce the ownership of his actions in this life is fated to experience the good, bad and mixed fruits of those actions in his next life. Thus such a person ensures his rebirth by being attached to the actions he takes in his life.
So what I, Aadishree, say is this: try to give up ownership of the actions you take. If you cannot do so, at least give up negative actions since those will bear bitter fruit sooner or later and trap you in misery. So I advise all of you to at least reduce your negative karmic account to zero.
Let me explain this in detail. Suppose you say something to a person that troubles him so much that he has a heart attack. What kind of karma is that? Of course that is a sinful act. Now suppose after that, you open a charitable hospital and that hospital saves the life of a thousand patients. That would obviously be a great act of piety. The question is, since you saved a thousand lives and took one life by your harsh words, would your karmic account be 999 on the plus side?
No, friends! The answer is that you will experience the happiness of a thousand good deeds and also the sorrow of that one evil deed. That is how the law of karma works and that is why the lives of people are so complicated and different from each other. Each person has a unique combination of good, bad and mixed type of deeds to account for.
So, friends and fellow devotees, I advise all of you to settle your negative karmas quickly. Do those things that will reduce your negative karma to zero. Call that one person to whom you caused grief and ask for his forgiveness and make up with him… Only that will heal that negative karma. Being nice to someone else will not heal that negative karma. Once you do that, your life will be blissful and simple and you will be able to inculcate those spiritual values easily that allow Moksha or enlightenment.
What are the Godly attributes that must be part of your Sanskaar? Giving unconditional love to fellow travelers on the journey called life; being compassionate; being peaceful; abandoning anger; speaking softly and saying words that heal pain and sorrow; helping others when they are in difficulty; and being 100% truthful and fearless in thought, deed and words.
When these qualities become second nature to you and you don’t have to think about them, when they emerge on their own and when you have reduced your karmic account to zero, that is when your soul will achieve Moksha naturally and easily like a hydrogen filled balloon rising in the air. That’s when you will attain your natural place with the Lord in his personal abode…



Aadishri Arun


Faith is that energy

That can heal

Even a devastated world


Bring light to darkness.

The attribute that can bring true joy

Can neither be seen nor touched.

It can only be felt from the heart.

This understanding is the one that is the secret to happiness

And is the most difficult to gain. 

This is probably the reason why

Most people do not strive towards this truth

But instead try to find happiness in material things