Teachings of Sri Sarada Devi, which is known to be one of the most powerful lessons about spirituality is available online in the website. The lessons are in simple words that can be well understood by the reader. Sri Sarada Devi, who is also wife of famous spiritual leader Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, counted in list of first female saints in the 19th century. Sarada Devi considering husband as her Guru, followed the foot steps of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa to guide people on spiritual ways and for the welfare of women in India. Sarada Devi’s teachings has motivated many people across India to acknowledge spiritual life.

If you can but follow one of the Master’s teachings, you get everything. ... See MoreSee Less
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How fine his teachings are! How little we knew at that time that things would take this turn! What a great soul was born! How many people are being illumined by his words! He was the embodiment of Bliss itself. … Often he would give me nice words of advice. If I had known how to write, I would have noted them down. ... See MoreSee Less
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Regarding the method of consecrating food the Mother said, “Look here, my dear, consider the Master as your very own and say, ‘Come, sit, take, eat.’ And you should think that he has come, is seated, and is eating. What need is there of Mantras and such formalities with regard to one’s own? Those things are like the courtesies and considerations one has to show when one’s friends and acquaintances come on a visit; for one’s own, no such thing is necessary. He will accept your gift whatsoever way you may offer it. ... See MoreSee Less
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At the Cossipore Garden the Master spent the last days of his life. The place is associated with so much meditation, Samadhi, and the practice of austerities. It is the place where the Master entered into Mahasamadhi. It is a place permeated with intense spiritual vibration. One realizes God-consciousness by meditating there. ... See MoreSee Less
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The birthplace of the Master is a sacred place, a seat of his constant presence, and a holy resort for pilgrims. ... See MoreSee Less
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Disciple: “Does the Master really live in the picture?”Mother: “Of course, he does. The body and the shadow are the same. And what is his picture but his shadow?”Disciple: “Does he live in all the pictures?”Mother: “Yes, if you pray to him constantly before his picture, then he manifests himself through that picture. The place where the picture is kept is a shrine. … The Master will pay special attention to such a place.” ... See MoreSee Less
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Disciple: “I do not have any such desire to see a four-handed deity and the like. I am quite satisfied with what we have.”Mother: “That is also the case with me. What shall we gain by these supernatural visions? For us the Master exists — and he is everything.” ... See MoreSee Less
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He is the Supreme God and the Supreme Goddess. He is the essence of all Mantras, the embodiment of all deities, and dwells in all creatures. One can worship all the gods and goddesses in and through him. ... See MoreSee Less
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How devoted the Master was to truth! Alas, we cannot follow his example. The Master used to say that truth alone is Tapasya in the Kali Yuga. One attains God by sticking to truth. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Kathamrita (The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna) by M. is very nice. This is because he has put down the exact words of the Master. How sweet are those words! ... See MoreSee Less
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All the acts of Sri Ramakrishna were directed to God alone. … That was the nature of his teaching. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Master … said to me, ‘You will see how in course of time I will be worshipped in every house. You will see everyone accepting this (meaning himself). This is surely going to happen.’ This was the only day I heard him using the first personal pronoun with reference to himself. Usually he would speak of himself not as ‘I’ or ‘me’ but as ‘case’ or as ‘belonging to this’, pointing to his body. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Master entered into spiritual trance very often. One day, as he came down from a long Samadhi, he said, ‘Listen, my dear, I went to a land where the people are all white. Ah! How sincere is their devotion.' ... See MoreSee Less
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He who thinks always of the Lord, which way can evil come to him? ... See MoreSee Less
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In one word, one should desire of God desirelessness. For desire alone is at the root of all suffering. It is the cause of repeated births and deaths. It is the obstacle in the way of liberation. ... See MoreSee Less
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Everything, husband, wife, or even the body, is only illusory. These are all shackles of illusion. Unless you can free yourself from these bondages, you will never be able to go to the other shore of the world. Even this attachment to the body, the identification of the self with the body, must go. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sri Ramakrishna would say, ‘Musk forms in the navel of the deer. Being fascinated with its smell, the deer run hither and thither. They do not know where the fragrance comes from. Likewise God resides in the human body, but man does not know it. Therefore he searches everywhere for bliss, not knowing that it is already in him.’ ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you notice this human body? Today it is and tomorrow it is not. And the world is full of misery and pain. Why should one be eager to have another birth? The body is never free from its attendant troubles. ... See MoreSee Less
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Those who are born to God have fulfilled all their desires. So long as a man has any desires, he is incapable of such devotion. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Master saw dabchicks floating, diving and swimming in the water of Haldar’s pond, but there would be not a drop of water sticking to them—they would just shake it off. He gave their example and said that in this world one should live like these—live in the midst of worldly possessions, but from one’s mind one should completely shake off the attachment for them. The Master used to teach everybody to live in the world completely unattached. ... See MoreSee Less
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If you love any human being you will have to suffer for it. He is blessed, indeed, who can love God alone. There is no suffering in loving God. ... See MoreSee Less
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These earthly ties are transitory. Today they seem to be the be-all and end-all of life, and tomorrow they vanish. Your real tie is with God. ... See MoreSee Less
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The whole world is a dream; even this (the waking state) is a dream … What you dreamt last night does not exist now. … A farmer who had lost a son dreamt at night that he was a king and the father of eight sons. When the dream vanished, he said to his wife, ‘Shall I weep for my eight sons or this one?’ ... See MoreSee Less
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The body means the existence of desire, otherwise it would not have existed. It all ends when one no longer has any desires. ... See MoreSee Less
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A disciple asked if all men can get rid of desires. Mother replied, “How can they? If they could, then the creation would come to an end. The world is going on because not all can be free of desires. People with desires are born again and again.” ... See MoreSee Less
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What an illusion Mahamaya has conjured up! Here is this infinite world, and what one claims as his possession will be left behind at death. Still men cannot understand this simple truth. ... See MoreSee Less
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Don’t be afraid. Human birth is full of suffering and one has to endure everything patiently, taking the Name of God. None, not even God in human form, can escape the sufferings of the body and mind. ... See MoreSee Less
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One must be patient like the earth. What iniquities are being perpetrated on her! Yet she quietly endures them all. Man, too, should be like that. ... See MoreSee Less
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You see, my son, it is not a fact that you will never face dangers. Difficulties always come, but they do not last forever. You will see that they pass away like water under a bridge. ... See MoreSee Less
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Does one get faith by mere studying of books? Too much reading creates confusion. The Master used to say that one should learn from the scriptures that God alone is real and the world illusory. ... See MoreSee Less
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Is faith so cheap, my child? Faith is the last word. If one has faith, the goal is practically reached. ... See MoreSee Less
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Open your grief-stricken heart to the Lord. Weep and sincerely pray, ‘O Lord, draw me towards You; give me peace of mind.’ By doing so constantly you will gradually attain peace of mind. ... See MoreSee Less
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Call on the Lord who pervades the entire universe. He will shower His blessings upon you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Realization of God cannot be achieved without ecstatic love for Him. … Did the cowherd boys of Vrindavan get Sri Krishna as their own through Japa or meditation? They realized Him through ecstatic love. They used to say to Him, as to an intimate friend, ‘Come here, O Krishna! Eat this! Take this!' ... See MoreSee Less
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If one calls upon Him repeatedly, He becomes compassionate; and so a devoted attachment comes into being. This love for love’s sake should be hidden from all eyes. ... See MoreSee Less
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Disciple: “How does one get love of God?” Mother: “The grace of God is the thing that is needful. One should pray for the grace of God.” ... See MoreSee Less
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God is one’s very own. It is the eternal relationship. He is everyone’s own. One realizes Him in proportion to the intensity of one’s feeling for Him. ... See MoreSee Less
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Always do your duty to others, but love you must give to God alone. Worldly love always brings in its wake untold misery. ... See MoreSee Less
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However spiritual a man may be, he must pay the tax for the use of the body to the last farthing (i.e. undergo suffering and death incidental to the embodied state). But the difference between a great soul and an ordinary man is this: the latter weeps while leaving this body, whereas the former laughs. Death seems to him a mere play. ... See MoreSee Less
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The whole world is a dream; even this (the waking state) is a dream … What you dreamt last night does not exist now. … A farmer who had lost a son dreamt at night that he was a king and the father of eight sons. When the dream vanished, he said to his wife, ‘Shall I weep for my eight sons or this one?’ ... See MoreSee Less
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What is there in this world? Tell me what is good in this life? That was why in the end the Master took only bitter things. I would try to give him sandesh and he would say, ‘What is there in sandesh? It is just the same as clay.’ ... See MoreSee Less
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