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  1. Gurudev, how many Gods are there?

    How many rays of the Sun are there? Tell me! There are as many Gods as there are rays of the sun.
    One God but many rays, and each ray is a form of God. Each ray represents a particular aspect of the Divinity. ...
  2. Gurudev, you have visited many countries around the world. All these counties have many different cultures and many different Gods. Why do we need these many Gods? Isn’t one God enough?

    When I went to Pakistan for the first time, they asked me the same thing. They said, ‘we believe in one God but in India you people believe in 33 million Gods. What is this?’
    I said, 'In Islam there is one God, but ninety nine names. In India we have ...
  3. Gurudev, a lot of importance has been given to chanting the name of God. Why is that?

    Yes, everything is in the name.
    If someone calls you a donkey, how do you feel? You don’t feel good.
    When someone says you are very beautiful, just listening to that makes you feel good.
    Similarly when we chant the Divine’s name, the life fo ...
  4. Gurudev, When God is one then why do we need to worship so many God and Goddesses?

    You don’t need to; it is not a compulsion to worship so many God and Goddesses. It is the One God that you worship in so many forms. One ray of light has so many colors. There are seven colors in one ray of light. In the same way, the same Parambrahma is ...
  5. Gurudev, Why has God been give thousands of names to describe the physical aspect when God is in the form of energy and doesn’t have any form?

    There are two things you must remember.
    One is the Quantum Physics: everything is made up of atoms, everything is wave functions.
    The other thing is the Classical Chemistry: any particular thing has only a particular effect.
    For example, if yo ...
  6. Gurudev, why is God neither created nor destroyed.

    God is neither created nor destroyed because God is not a linear function. Anything linear has a beginning and an end but a sphere does not have a beginning or an end. You got it? Tell me which is the beginning point of a tennis ball? Is it easy to know wh ...
  7. Who Wakes Up First?

    Who Wakes Up First? You Or God? You wake up first. God is still asleep. When you wake up first, you experience pain and pleasure. You become aware of the shortcomings of the world and its beauty. Then you cry for help and seek the ultimate and then you wa ...
  8. Devotee Becomes God

    When a river meets the ocean, the river no longer remains a river. It becomes the ocean. A drop of the ocean is part of the ocean. In the same way, the moment a devotee meets (surrenders to) the Divine, the devotee becomes GOD. When the river meets the oc ...
  9. I Am God

    It was thought that to say, "I am God" is blasphemy. I tell you, to say "I am not God" is blasphemy! When you say, "I am not God," you deny God of His omnipresence. You are made up of love. If you say, "I am not God,&quo ...
  10. Who is pleasing whom?

    God created man and the whole world with so many varieties, so many good things. God made so many types of vegetables, fragrances, flowers and thorns, dragons and horror, to please man and keep him entertained. But man got more and more depressed. God the ...
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