This video features the auspicious Trimantra being sung at a satsang program in Germany.
From time immemorial, in every religion there are great Self-realized men present such as Lord Mahavir, Lord Krishna, and Sri Ram. They help people get out of all partiality based on religions and instill them in religion of the Self. And at times, due to absence of great Self Realized men in the world, slowly, slowly, religions got split into different religious sects and denomination due divisiveness based on difference of opinions. And the end result of this is the loss of peace and happiness in the world over time.
There will be religious wars due to this divisiveness based on difference of opinions. To free us from these religious divisiveness, Self-Realized Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan has given us the completely impartial, non-sectarian Tri Mantra. If we can understand the real meaning of these mantras, we will see that it is not based on any person, sect or spiritual path. It pays homage to all Souls who have the knowledge of the Self to Souls who have the Absolute knowledge of the Self, as well as those who have achieved the final liberation. He has written salutations for such highly awakened Souls and by paying obeisance to such Souls, all worldly obstacles will be removed, one will feel peace during dealing with all externally induced suffering and will instill Self-awareness towards reaching the goal of final liberation.
Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan explains that if we recite these mantras with understanding of its true meaning, it helps us to reach higher on the spiritual ladder. We should recite them 5 times in the morning and evening with focused awareness, which will result in getting all our worldly tasks completed peacefully. If we are dealing with major obstacles, we should recite these mantras for an hour.
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Q. What is the meaning of Tri Mantra and what is the benefit of reciting them?
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Q. What is the meaning of Arihant ?
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Q. What is the difference between an Arihant and a Siddha?
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Q. What are the qualities of an Acharya?
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Q. What are the qualities of an Upaadhyaya?
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Q. How can we know whether one is striving for the Self?
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Q. What is the meaning of Jai Sat Chit Anand?
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