मंगलवार, 11 फ़रवरी 2020

👉 QUERIES ABOUT ANUSTHANS (Part 4)

Q. 6. Does one himself benefit by doing Jap-Anusthan for others?

Ans. It is true that like helping the needy through one’s own resources, a person reaps spiritual benefits while performing Upasana-Tap for others (“Distant therapy”). The only condition is that it should be carried out to support a deserving cause. On the contrary, if divine powers are sought to further some misdeed, it becomes a sinful act. Purity of motive is, therefore, a pre-requisite for an Anusthan.

Q.7. Is acceptance of a donation or gift in cash or kind is permissible in lieu of an Anusthan done for others?
Ans. It is sanctioned to the extent of minimum amount for bare sustenance. Very little benefit accrues when an Anusthan is performed for others with an eye on deriving maximum personal benefit.

Q.8. What is the time of the day recommended for Jap during an Anusthan? Is it necessary to complete  Jap at a stretch?

Ans. Mornings are best suited. Otherwise, one may complete the count in instalments at different periods of the day.

Q.9. What to do if there is some irregularity during the Anusthan?


Ans. There should not be any apprehension about incurring any divine displeasure as a consequence of an unavoidable irregularity during the Anusthan. Nevertheless, it is advisable to seek protection of a competent Guru toward off possible disturbances and to take care of advertent or inadvertent errors. This service is also provided free from Shantikunj, Hardwar, Uttar Pradesh, India. One is advised to send details of personal introduction and time proposed for the Anusthan for receiving spiritual protection and rectification of errors through the power of Guru. It will doubly ensure success of the Anusthan.

✍🏻 Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya
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