If God stands before you in all His glory and you fail to accept Him as God, you will derive no benefit. Being in the association of a genuine saint, but failing to acknowledge his divinity, you will derive no benefit. In the same way, you will remain spiritually deprived chanting the divine name of God if you do not believe that He resides with all His powers in His names ...
The Vedas and Shastras declare that in this present age, sankirtan is the only way to be free from maya and attain God. However, pandering to the needs of the vulnerable, fraudsters concoct their own formulas for the attainment of God (for their own benefit) and misguide the public. This book attempts to counteract the trend by compiling excerpts from discourses by, and literary works of, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj on this subject.
The content is compiled as a series of 100 points, wherein Kripalu Ji Maharaj explains a philosophical couplet from his Radha Govind Geet, Shyama Shyam Geet or Kripalu Bhakti Dhara, or an important verse from the Gita, Bhagavatam, or Upanishads. The main thrust of the narrative is that God dwells in His divine name with all His divine powers. The one who has faith in this spiritual law will move closer to Him. The one who believes it 100 percent will attain Him.
Kripalu Ji concedes that most people are just unaware of the fact or they have not yet understood it fully, and the outcome can be seen in the world today. People verbalising God's name mechanically, without any involvement of the mind or belief in the aforesaid, for no tangible spiritual benefit.
Concluding with over 200 couplets from Radha Govind Geet that perfectly summarise all the main points, Naam Mahima sets the record straight about how to practice naam sankirtan to attain our goal of eternal, everlasting happiness.
|Theme||Philosophy / Tattvagyan|
|Author||Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj|
|Publisher||Radha Govind Samiti|
|Number of pages||148|
|Dimension||14cm X 22cm X 1cm|