AADISHRI ARUN’S PHILOSOPHY

IMG_0696ddddAADISHRI ARUN’S philosophy is a belief that there is a spiritual purpose to human life – to experience the divinity of God who resides in all of us. It is through this experience that we will realize the truth of the concept that there is only one God and we are all expressions of His love. And only after that can one live a full life.

This is an eternal philosophy that has existed since the beginning of creation and this philosophy is expressed to all men through a divinely sent teacher or Guru.  He explains the purpose of life and guides and instructs members in a method of spirituality based on a daily meditation practice. The present teacher is AADISHRI ARUN, who lives with his family at the main centre in northern India, Pooth Khurd, Delhi – 110039.

By performing the meditation practice according to the teacher’s instructions, individuals can realize the presence of God within themselves. It is a solitary practice that is done in the quiet of one’s own home. Members commit themselves to a way of life that supports spiritual growth while carrying out their responsibilities to family, friends and society.

In 20th Century, AADISHRI ARUN appeared inthe form of spiritual movement

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In 20th century, place Pooth Khurd, Delhi – 110039, India, AADISHRI ARUN appeared in the form of spiritual movement. His teaching brought a revolution in the field of God realization and is considered by adherents as a true way for attaining the God. The word “AADISHRI ARUN” itself is actually a combination of two words: “AADISHRI” and “ARUN”. The term Aadishri means the following-‘An exalted dignitary  or someone who is famous and distinguished.  Aadishri also means the first born and that indicates the ‘Son of God’ or God.

Arun on the other hand means ‘Light’ or the ‘Sun’

Thus the combination means that an exalted dignitary full of light and the Son of God or God. AADISHRI -the first born-took the shape and  form of Light in Arun. The Philosophy and teachings of Aadishri Arun are based on the Anaami-the formless nature of God who creates the universe through his first born – Aadishri. It also can be interpreted to mean the Master Soul who guides the disciple to higher states of consciousness. AADISHRI ARUN emphasizes the use of listening to inner sound accessed by simran for devotees to attain the desired states of spiritual advancement.

 

A brief  summary of Surat Shabd Yoga

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AADISHRI ARUN : Man must know where he is going; Light and Sound are both a necessity to know where you are going, and the Sound will be dragging you like anything. You do not know where you are going, so both things should be developed. Sound Principle is the guiding principle. Those who take up only Light, they may be enveloped by Light, but do not know where to go further. The Sound Principle guides there. Both things go hand in hand.

 You should listen closely whether any higher Sound is coming, and while listening closely, repetition of the five names should not be done. You will have more Sounds than one, but you have to stick to that of a big bell, a conch, a shell, thunder, drum-beat, a violin (Saarangi) and the flute, which are the higher types of Sounds and leave all the rest.

As regards the Sound of Veena, it somewhat resembles the sound of the instrument which the snake-charmers use to play to catch the snakes. Its tune resembles that of a flute – the difference is that the sound of the flute is shrill compared with that of the Veena – just as the sound of a violin is shrill when compared with that of the flute – and the Sound grows more in volume and thicker and continuous as the soul traverses higher. It is a continuous Sound resembling that of a bagpipe. When you listen to the Sound you are not to follow it to trace out its source of emanation, as in that way it fades out. You should simply keep on listening at your eye-focus with rapt attention. It will draw closer, grow stronger, and ultimately come from above. As for hearing the Sound Current, you will please put in equal time for that soon after your sitting for withdrawal. If, however, this is not possible, you may devote time separately for each practice.

Kalki Maha Avatar cannot be confined in any particular religion

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Kalki Avatar  has not come for one particular religion. He is for Hindu, He is for Islamic people, He is for Christian and at the same time He is for Shikh also. There is no god except Him. One is He, no partner hath He. Exalted is He alone, and praise be to Lord Kalki only, and there is no deity except Lord Kalki, and Lord Kalki is the Greatest. And there is no might nor power except in Lord Kalki, the Most High, the Most Great. He gives life and causes death, and He is Living, who will not die, never. He of Majesty and Munificence. Within His Hand is (all) good. And He is, upon everything, Able (to exert His Will).

AADISHRI ARUN means:

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What is the meaning of  AADISHRI ARUN?

The term Aadishri means the following-‘An exalted dignitary  or someone who is famous and distinguished.  Aadishri also means the first born and that indicates the ‘Son of God’.

Arun on the other hand means ‘Light’ or the ‘Sun’

Thus the combination means that an exalted dignitary full of light and the Son of God.

Length of name (AADISHRI) – 8 letters

Birth Star – Sun

Rashi – Mesh

Zodiac Sign – Aries

Nakshtra – Krithika

AADISHRI -the first born-took the shape and  form of Light in Arun. The Philosophy and teachings of Arun are based on the Anaami-the formless nature of God who creates the universe through his first born-Aadishri. This philosophy does not differentiate between any embodied being  and considers all beings to be having the same soul irrespective of caste, creed, religion or sex or species.