QuestionsCategory: SpiritualPranam Baba, I covey my respect & gratitude to you and really overwelmed by your blessings and word. You have talked about Anmadharma, but my doubts are not fully cleared. Pl explain atmadharma with an example, so far I understand every man is bounded by his Prarabdha Karma and can not go beyond it in his lifetime, but he can try to come out of it with the help of saranagati i.e. surrendering completely to God. Even if we are thinking we are spiritual seeker & cannot do any wrong but our prarabdha force us to do it and later on we realise that I haven’t done worng. How can we fully come out of Prarabdha?
Anonymus asked 2 years ago

Pranam Baba, I covey my respect & gratitude to you and really overwelmed by your blessings and word. You have talked about Anmadharma, but my doubts are not fully cleared. Pl explain atmadharma with an example, so far I understand every man is bounded by his Prarabdha Karma and can not go beyond it in his lifetime, but he can try to come out of it with the help of saranagati i.e. surrendering completely to God. Even if we are thinking we are spiritual seeker & cannot do any wrong but our prarabdha force us to do it and later on we realise that I haven’t done worng. How can we fully come out of Prarabdha?

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admin answered 2 years ago

Ma,
Atmadharma, is to understand that you are not the body which is perishable, which dies one day, just as your KT is no longer in his physical body. It is to realize that you are neither the body or the impure mind but you are the pure Soul Atman which is birthless and deathless.
If you meditate upon your am-ness, you are close to the feeling of that existential reality that is Atman.
Yes, you can not change your prarabdha but you can reduce the force of it with Punya karma and more precisely rise to such a state of mind that prarabdha of pain will come to you, it will hit you hard, yet you will not feel the pain and will remain unperturbed, as your mind is surrendered to the Divine with love and gratitude.

Let prarabdha take its own course, you take the course of Sharanagati, or surrender to the Divine Will, while being bold and upright in doing things that is good for you and for others. Don’t allow the negativity of loneliness touch your mind, lift your mind out of it by showing the mind the need to contemplate and meditate on the Higher Light of the Divine for which you are born in this body.
Love and blessings,
Baba