Everyone Can See God

“Have you seen God?” or “Can you show me God?”

Some times we meet these questions. So, the answer is “YES, I am seeing  God ,you can also see god; every one can see God. But you must have  the qualification.”

Qualification…?

Suppose something  is wrong with the car or bike; it is not running. Everyone is seeing it, but a mechanic sees its differently. Why? Because he is qualified to see it with greater understanding. So he replaces some missing part, and immediately, the car runs.

Just a car invented by human although for seeing it and understand we need some qualification. The one  with out any  qualification how can we see God.

So, we must have qualification to see a God. God is every where  but he is not exposed to everyone.

Here is the Qualification:  One must actually be very  much eager  to see God. its not some magic you must be very serious  and think, “Yes, I have been informed about God. So, if there is a God, I must see Him”. 

Story :

    One day, a professional reciter was publicly reciting the Srimad Bhagavatam, and he was describing that Krishna is very highly decorated with all kinds of jewels  when He goes to tend the cows in the Brindha:vana forest. So, there was a thief in that meeting, and he thought, “Why not to go to Brindha:vana and plunder this boy? He’s in the forest with so many valuable jewels. I can  go there and catch the child and take all the jewels”. This was his  intention. So he was serious. “I must find that boy,” he thought. “Then in one night I Shall become a millionaire”.

Here the thief’s qualification was his feeling, “I must see Krishna, I must see Krishna”. The anxiety, that eagerness made possible for him to actually see Krishna in Brindha:vana.  He saw Krishna in just the same way as the Bhagavatam reader had described. Then he was so happy and he said to Krishna “Oh krishna  you are such a nice boy and you are very kind hearted”. He began to flatter Him; he thought  that by flattering Him he would easily take all the jewels.  Later, he proposed his real business: “May I take some of these ornaments? You are so rich.”  “No,no,no,” said Krishna, “My mother will be angry! I cannot give them away.”  Krishna was playing just like a child. So the thief became more and more eager for Krishna to give Him the jewels, but by Krishna’s association, he had been completely purified. So somehow or other you should come in contact with Krishna. Then you’ll be purified. The first thing Peruma;l is looking for is how eager you are to see Him.  Peruma:l will respond. If you are actually eager to see Him whether you want to steal His ornaments, or some way or other, you have become attracted to God then it is sure your efforts will be successful. 

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