Who is AADISHRI ARUN and What is his teaching

Who is AADISHRI

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 human form is called Arun. It is AADISHRI ARUN who is the ocean of light. He took rest at the certain place i.e. called Anami. The drop of light is called SOUL. In the pot of body this SOUL has entered and due to this SOUL life is presented in that body. Every thing has created by him only. Thus it is said the Chetan Creation has appeared from him only. He is recognising with the name of  –  God and Creator, Sadguru and Ishwar Putra, First born and Adi Purush, Super Soul and Kshirdakosayi Vishnu etc. He can give life and take it back. He can fulfil your all desire, he can provide you all comforts and he is protector of you all. He can make you free from the bondage of rebirth.

Those who believe in the teachings of AADISHRI ARUN and the Faith hold that there is one True Supreme Being (AADISHRI ARUN) who is the Fountain-Head of all spirituality and the Creator of the universe and the spirit or soul of man (Surat) emerges from the same Supreme Being, has understood the divine secret.

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.

According to teachings of AADISHRI ARUN, there are three elements in the human body: the Inferior Energy “JAD (Root) PRAKRTI” from which the physical body is made; the Superior Energy “CHETAN (conscious) PRAKRTI” from which the human mind (mana) is made and the third, the spirit – “Super-Soul” which is the life and soul of the human body and this brings about the evolution and development of man’s body and mind. The human body and mind both are perishable or mortal, while the spirit – “Super-Soul” is immortal. Corresponding to these, there are three Grand Divisions in the Creation, namely, the pure spiritual region, called Avinashi Desh; the Brahmanda or Region of Universal Mind in which the mind dominates over spirit; and the Pind Desh or Physical Universe in which matter is pre-dominant. A spirit can attain salvation or freedom from the cycles of birth and death, only if it enters the purely spiritual region. The techniques are used to enter in the purely spiritual region is called SURAT SHABD YOG.

SURAT SHABD YOG: AADISHRI Faith believes that the means to salvation is practice of Surat Shabd Yog which involves initiation into a holy name by the Guru and devotional chanting of the holy name to find the current of divine sound (Shabd) within oneslf. This sound in not a imaginary sound or mythical sound. It is an omnipotent and omnipresent divine sound that reverberates continuously throughout the four regions and can be actually heard by any individual with due practice and through the grace of his Guru. The Surat Shabd Yog is easy to practice and can be practiced by any one irrespective of caste and creed or gender and economic status. However its success will greatly depend upon how much love is generated in one’s heart towards the Supreme Being and the Satguru.

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From the Desk of Aadishri Arun:

When your eye turns inwards in the brain and you see the firmament within, and your spirit leaves the body and rises upwards, you will see the Akash in which is located Sahas-dal-kanwal, the thousand petals of which perform the various functions pertaining to the three worlds. Its effulgence will exhilarate your spirit.

Seeking the Lord – AADISHRI ARUN

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Seeking the Lord means seeking His presence. “Presence” is a common translation of the Hebrew word “face.” Literally, we are to seek His “face.”  To be before His face is to be in His presence. But are His children always in His presence? Yes in two senses: First, in the sense that God is omnipresent and therefore always near everything and everyone. He holds everything in being. His power is ever-present in sustaining and governing all things. And second, yes, He is always present with His children in the sense of His covenant commitment to always stand by us and work for us and turn everything for our good. God says “Behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age”. But there is a sense in which God’s presence is not with you always. For this reason, the Bible repeatedly calls you to “seek the Lord . . . seek his presence continually.” God’s manifest, conscious, trusted presence is not our constant experience. There are seasons when you become neglectful of God and give Him no thought and do not put trust in Him and you find Him “Unmanifested” — that is, unperceived as great and beautiful and valuable by the eyes of your hearts. His face — the brightness of His personal character — is hidden behind the curtain of your carnal desires. This condition is always ready to overtake you. That is why you are told to “seek His presence continually.” God calls you to enjoy continual consciousness of His supreme greatness and beauty and worth. Now question is-what it means to seek? Continual seeking. But what does that mean practically?  The Holy scriptures says – “Setting of the mind and heart” on God. It is the conscious fixing or focusing of our mind’s attention and our heart’s affection on God. The Holy Bible has prophesied -“Now set your mind and heart to seek the Lord your God.” For being seeker of God, you should understand what is means to make a conscious choice to seek God and the Obstacles to Avoid.

A Conscious Choice:

This setting of the mind is the opposite of mental coasting. It is a conscious choice to direct the heart toward God. This is what Paul prays: “May the Lord direct your hearts to the love of God and to the steadfastness ”. It is a conscious effort on your part. But that effort to seek God is a gift from God himself.  In effect we seek God because he graces us with a desire to seek him. You do not make this mental and emotional effort to seek God because He is lost. God is never lost. Nevertheless, there is always something through which or around which you must go to meet Him consciously. This going through or around is what seeking is. He is often hidden. Veiled. You must go through mediators and around obstacles. The heavens are telling the glory of God. So you can seek Him through that. He reveals Himself in His word. So you can seek Him through that. He shows Himself to you in the evidences of grace in other people. So you can seek Him through that. The seeking is the conscious effort to get through the natural means to God Himself — to constantly set your minds toward God in all your experiences, to direct our minds and hearts toward Him through the means of His revelation. This is what seeking God means.

Obstacles to Avoid:

And there are endless obstacles that you must get around in order to see Him clearly, and so that you can be in the light of His presence. You must flee spiritually dulling activities. You must run away from them and get around them. They are blocking your way. You know what makes you vitally sensitive to God’s appearances in the world and in the word. And you know what dulls us and blinds you and makes you not even want to seek Him. These things you must move away from and go around if you would see God. That is what seeking God involves. And as you direct your minds and heart’s God-ward in all your experiences, you cry out to Him. This too is what seeking Him means. You can use the following prayer-“O Lord, open my eyes. O Lord, pull back the curtain of my blindness towards you. Lord, have mercy and reveal yourself. I long to see your face.”