Brijraj Gautam

Brijraj Gautam


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In the Shrimad Bhagwat Katha

We all know that a better listener is always a better student, and that you become what you listen to. Shrimad Bhagavat Mahapuran is the abstract of all the stories of god that offers moksha.

Your heart is affected by what you hear and incorporates it into your speech.

One can liberate themselves from the birth and death chakras by listening to Shrimad Bhagwat.

According to what sages used to tell, Raja Parikshit attained moksha solely via listening, and even today we may see concrete evidence of this.

1. Internal self-purification

Satsanga katha resembles a sweeper. Listening to satsanga cleans one's inner self in the same way that sweeping a large open field twice or three times does. Even after closing all the doors and windows, if we go outside for a while and return later, we still find dust. In a similar manner, whether a saint or a regular person closes their door to satsanga, dust of negativity builds up inside of them. We must listen to satsanga to clear our negativities, just as we sweep our surroundings.

2. Anayana Bhakti

When we hear about someone we have never met before, we become intrigued, and as we hear about them often, we grow interested in them. In a same way, as we hear satsang repeatedly, we grow ananya love for our thakur ji.

3. A nature of selflessness

Both the speaker and the listener are liberated from wishes when delivered and received with perfect honesty.

Because of this, it's important to keep in mind that listening to satsang is not entertainment. Just as a mirror reveals our exterior face, satsang reveals our inner self and our reality.

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