Main Mrityu Sikhata Hun ~ 14

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मैं मृत्यु सिखाता हूं ~ 14

event type discourse
date & time 5 Aug 1970 pm
location Bombay
language Hindi
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(Translated as in And Now, And Here, Vol 2.)
Question 1
At the Dwarka Meditation Camp you have discussed the process of entering into the memories of past lives. You said then that by disconnecting the consciousness completely from the future, the power of meditation should be focused toward the past. Explaining the process further, you said that first, one regresses to the age of five, then to the age of three, followed by the memory of birth, the point of conception, and finally into the memories of past life. You said additionally that you did not intend to explain the whole sutra, the whole technique for remembering past lives. What is the whole technique? Would you kindly explain the sutra further.
Question 2
What are the distinguishing features that make a womb worthy enough to receive a higher soul and what are the characteristics of a womb in which an inferior soul may enter? What preparations are necessary in order that a higher soul may descend? How are the preparations made? As compared to ordinary wombs, how special were the wombs that carried great souls like Buddha, Mahavira, Krishna, and Jesus?
Question 3
You have said once before that if people like Krishna, Christ, Buddha, Mahavira do not appear on the earth in the next fifty years, the whole of humanity may perish. You also stated, as did Vivekananda, “I am in search of a hundred individuals who can show courage in attaining the ultimate heights of spirit If that comes true, then it will be possible to save not only this country, but the entire humanity. This is the reason why in village after village I keep looking in the eyes of those who can be useful. From my side I am ready totally to take you inward. Let’s see if at the time of my death I will have to say as well that. ‘I was looking for a hundred individuals, but couldn’t find them.’ If you are ready, then come along!”
Would you kindly explain what you mean by “I am ready” and “If you are ready”? Please explain what preparation is required on our part, and how do we prepare ourselves?
Question 4
(It is missing in first translated edition. Source of this question: CD-ROM
You have mentioned... the first condition is that one should have an inquiring mind and a longing. And the second thing you say is the willingness to let go. But as long as there is an inquiring mind, as long as there is doubt, how can one let go completely?)


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