In The Golden Path, free will to follow any guru one wishes to is always respected. It is the Guru’ Principle’ itself which unites all Spiritual Masters. All are one. All are the same source. Mohanji’s consciousness guides us to higher awareness, respecting all paths, traditions and all spiritual Masters. At some point. he says, all traditions, names and divisions blur out as all Masters, traditions represent the same source.
The consciousness of being connected to the Spiritual Master, brings in higher awareness, unconditional love and peace. This leads to being always content with what you have, accepting reality with complete gratitude and yet always being ready to serve the world. The connectivity could also lead to absolute objectivity and compassion based on absolute objectivity.
When we try to limit GOD to a name, form or a place, we become limited. God still remains limitless. – Mohanji
This Golden Path of Siddhas, also called as the The Path of Pathlessness, is most effective for those whose priority is total liberation from the birth and death cycle.
THE GURU TATTVA
Gu-ru : The displeller of darkness. Tattva: Essence/ Principle. The Guru is a Tattva – a principle. Guru is not a man or a woman. Guru Tattva flows through time into eternity and takes any mouth to convey spiritual wisdom. Guru changes from class to class and time to time. Principle never changes. Connection to the guru consciousness gives you protection, elevation and eventually complete liberation.
If one follows the simple principles of purity and non-violence in every thought, word and action, and has firm faith in whichever Guru you believe in, or whichever god one likes, has unchanging firm faith, and does not change path whatever happens – which means consistency, automatically, you will see yourself progressing. – Mohanji
THE TIMELESS SPIRITUAL MASTERS
In the words of His followers, “several Master’s continue to appear through Mohanji. Mohanji is a mirror. An empty vessel of unending compassion, unconditional love and embodiment of peace”
Eligibility needs surrender. Surrender should be with awareness. Awareness leads to stability in devotion.
From Jesus, to Zoroaster, Buddha, Devi, Sai Baba, Mohammed, Shiva, Maitreya to Gurunanak, consciousness of all the Spiritual Masters is one. All spiritual master’s have had the same mission- taking one to complete awareness and liberation from the birth and death cycle on Earth.
We shouldn’t put it into any frame. We are essentially limitless. Let the river flow. The river cannot be put into any bottle. We can put some drops of water in the bottle. That represents the river, but that is not the river. River is much more majestic. – Mohanji.
MOHANJI ON LORD DATTATREYA
Lord Dattatreya is not an entity per say. It is a representation of a much larger truth. If you look at Lord Dattatreya as an entity, and a being that will reincarnate in specific forms, I think we probably miss the truth. He represents the supreme Lord, beyond all forms. Remove the form which is acceptable by people, what do you see? Complete Parabramha;
I would not like to see Lord Dattatreya’s incarnation in chronological order. It does not gel with my understanding. I feel, Lord Dattatreya is an omnipresent being, living and expressing through various bodies. Some are very powerful incarnations such as Sai Baba. They are closer to that unique form of Lord Dattatreya. Some are at a different level. Some moved around in different societies for a different purpose. He is everywhere. I would like to look at it from a much larger scale than just a one to one incarnation.
Lord Krishna called all the higher beings before he left his physical frame and told them that the purpose and message of His avatar must continue in the whole universe. He chose nine people as its messengers. They are the Nav Nath Saints. They are the nine Narayanas. The name “Narayana” means the “destination of man”. Lord Krishna Himself Narayana, summoned the Nine Narayanas, who are projection of Himself to His presence and ordered the formation of Nath sampradaaya.
Thus Krishna expanded Himself from one to many. The purpose was the continued preservation of Dharma. Each Nath Guru displayed profound wisdom and distinct and unique character and characteristic which made people wonder if they were indeed part of the Nath tradition at all. Some stressed on Yoga, some on just observing silence.