Brahm sambandh

Brahm Sambandh is the connection of a seekers soul to the SuperSoul. It means total dedication and surrender of the individual self to Shree RadhaKrishn-ShreeNathji. In simple words it is called taking Diksha from one’s Guru.


The most important factor when taking Brahm sambandh or Diksha, is the requirement of high purity levels in the Guru; and purity of bhao in the disciple.


This Sambandh will give desired results when the Guru initiating Brahm sambandh has a direct connection to the Divine. (Shri Mahaprabhuji, Shri Gusainji had this direct connection with ShreeNathji Baba, and were empowered by ShreeNathji to give Brahm sambandh).

In this new Sambandh with Shreeji, the human soul is purified from past karmic cycle, provided he maintains the required levels of Bhao and Purity in his surrender to his Thakurjee and his Guru.

Shreeji directly accepts the seva of such bhakts when Bramh sambandh is given by the Divine Guru.


The Divine Guru initiates and plants love and bhao for Shree RadhaKrishn-ShreeNathji in the core of his disciple. As bhao and pavitrta increase it creates an awakening from within. Mind, body, soul surrenders in totality to Shree Thakurjee, and His divinity enters their Being. The divine soul is awakened totally and becomes aware of Its original realities.


The most realistic examples can be read in the olden scriptures of ShreeNathji; namely '84 Vaishnav Ki Varta' and '252 Vaishnav Ki Varta', written by Shri Gokulnathji.

These two Granths are very real examples of the Divine Guru giving Brahm sambandh to the deserving disciple. These two granths also tell us how disciples are chosen carefully by the Divine Guru for giving sambandh.

Brahm sambandh is a very big responsibility for the Guru too, as he becomes bound for life times to the chosen disciple. He will have to continue taking birth to make sure that all his disciples are freed from the karmic cycle.


If purity level is not maintained beyond the few mala chanting period, true growth is not possible. Then all the chantings and number of malas go in the dikhava (outer show) level. If the purity requirement is not followed, it becomes just a show and a time pass, as no true connection is ever felt by the devotee with his Prabhu.


There has to be Shravan, Manan, Aachran. Shravan is the listening of the Mantr in the ear through the guru which is easy. Manan means the involvement while doing mantra uccharan. If the required depth is missing than the mantra is not effective in establishing the right connections.

While chanting, if the devotees mind is involved only in the counting or the time factor, the mantra will not work in any way towards closeness with Prabhu.

Beyond these two important rules is the discipline of Aachran. This would require the devotee to walk the path of mantra. He would be required to maintain the discipline and dedication which the Brahm sambandh imposes on you.


Darshans and play with the Almighty is there on this earth itself for these lucky divine souls who are an intimate part of the Divine Himself, come on this earth to help in the completion of His worldly leela.

Then there is no separation; when the whole being, every cell, every pore is only for Shreeji. He enters our lives at every level and each moment is filled with the Presence of His bliss.


Jai Shreeji!!



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