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We have seen series of prophets who descended on the earth for the humanity successively at different points in history. These prophets are milestones in the annals of human civilization. We need to know some basic properties of those prophets, find the similarity and identity in their life style and ideological framework and follow the path shown by them. 
Fundamentally, we need to recognize that the prophets, though they appear in different form and at different time and bring about a revolution in thought and action for the contemporary time; essentially they are one. 
Sri Sri Thakur very clearly said, "All the prophets of the past, converge and awaken in that of the present. Service to Him is service to all."if we try to understand Sri Sri Thakur's eternal and core image and His ideological framework we can see a striking similarity amongst all the past prophets. Once we do that the so called religons and barrieres will fade away & universal brotherhood will hug us.
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Oh Mankind! If you desire to invoke your good, forget sectarian conflict. Be regardful to all the past Prophets. Be attached to your living master or God and take only those who love Him as your own. Because all the past Prophets are consummated in the divine Man of the present. 
Many of the distortions in the 'dharma' arise due to misunderstanding that all the prophets are same, they are in fact, one; conflict and animosity amongst them proclaim the presence of satan, the devil.
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SRI SRI THAKUR ON HIMSELF--------------

To love people was my nature right from the childhood- I could not stand anybody's sufferings. When I came across a suffering person, I felt as if I afflicted with it myself. Hence I could not rest content till I ameliorated his suffering. Formal education, money and manpower-none I had. Love was the only capital I possessed. With a heart filled with abundant love, I had set out like an adventurer-never believing anything as impossible. I had no other way out, except doing well to the human being. I had not even an iota of doubt and hesitation regarding my capability in this respect. I felt as if the basic urge of self preservation of my own being had been goading me irresistibility in the interest of the preservation of all other beings. Perhaps sensing the state of my helplessness the Supreme Father out of His bountiful compassion had pointed out to me the inner truth of everything. Though I did not have much of formal education yet I had acquired enough knowledge of the all-round well-being of individual and collective life. I had been able to acquire this knowledge by the grace of the Supreme Father. Talk of science, literature, scriptures, doctrine, etc. I knew nothing of them. But what I had observed with my own eyes and through the very same observation whatever I had been able to realize. I suppose, it had left nothing uncovered. Whatever I had said was based on my own perception only. So I did not have any doubt about my sayings. But I felt extremely hurt when I saw in spite of being aware of all these things you remained unmoved and inert and et an easy-go-lucky life. But know this for certain, idle gossip I did not like at all. On your ceaseless striving only lies the solution to sorrows and sufferings of the people of Bengal, nay, India, nay the World over. You could not sense my agony. Otherwise you could not remain confined to your worldly attachments, verily I say unto you if, at all you want to do justice to your worldly attachments, better ignore them and to what I say.
My problem during boyhood days was-How to distinguish between what was good and what was bad. What was good in a particular given condition might turn out otherwise under different condition. What to do? How to deal with so many people? What was the way out? These were my problems. Suddenly I found out in a copy book written as such "Do unto others as you wish to be done by". I heaved a great sigh of relief and felt as my feverish temperature suddenly had lowered down with heavy perspiration. Everything became easy. It was really very important to learn the art of getting on with the people. Hence it was a very important aspect of Dharma (Science of Life), because Dharma dealt with life.
I had not much of bookish knowledge as such. I was not so good student at school. Right from the days of my childhood, I did not feel like studying, didn't find favor with Mother Saraswati (Hindu Goddess of learning), I had not read Gita. Generally people read Gita at least. I had not even gone through that. Nevertheless I had read a bit of Kumarnath's Gita just for the sake of a glimpse. This was what you may call the extent of my bookish knowledge. Even I had not read `Kathamrita' of Ramakrishna or any works of Vivekananda. I did not understand much of the thing nor did I feel it was necessary too. I used to do what I felt myself. I did not even bother to know what I said whether it carried any sense. I came to know about this when I first went to Haritakibagan they used to say-my thoughts were identical with the thoughts of many eminent persons and about their comments. I used to be surprised.
Nevertheless, whatever I had spoken in very normal and natural manner, if you followed them or for that matter if you followed me- you would have realization like me-you could become like me. This much I could emphatically testify.
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Sri Sri Thakur called this movement a "Man Making Movement". He believed that the aim of all religions and "isms" was "Existentialism"- the "Being and Becoming" of existence. He said "Religions may be many but the principles and the realization thereof are ever the same." His emphasis, and hence the emphasis of the Satsang, is to create ideal human beings through "Ideal-centric" attachment
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There was something divine,something unique,something overpowering in the personality of Sri Sri Thakur from the very beginning of his childhood.Soon the stories of his Prophetic vission,his sympathy,compassion & love for fellow-brethren,for the poor & down-trodden,his magic touch as physician in healing & treating the sick people,the divine ecstasy & thrill of his kirton(High pitched devotional song),his frequent transit to trance without having any sensation of life with divine revelations & utterances in various languages during the trance began to spread far & wide like a wild fire.People began flocking arround him to catch a glimpse his divine attributes.People from all walks of life & from all parts of the globe - scientists,philosophers,academicians,judges,barristers,artists,engineers,teachers,doctrs,religious men,comunnal leaders,farmers,common men & women & many more came to have personal interviews with him & went back overwhelmed,surcharged,inspired & exalted.Many of them accepted him as their spiritual Percepter & guide.
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We have seen series of prophets who descended on the earth for the humanity successively at different points in history. These prophets are milestones in the annals of human civilization. We need to know some basic properties of those prophets, find the similarity and identity in their life style and ideological framework and follow the path shown by them. 
Fundamentally, we need to recognize that the prophets, though they appear in different form and at different time and bring about a revolution in thought and action for the contemporary time; essentially they are one. 
Sri Sri Thakur very clearly said, "All the prophets of the past, converge and awaken in that of the present. Service to Him is service to all."if we try to understand Sri Sri Thakur's eternal and core image and His ideological framework we can see a striking similarity amongst all the past prophets. Once we do that the so called religons and barrieres will fade away & universal brotherhood will hug us.
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Sri Sri Thakur: "If you get a devotee who loves the Lord in thoughts, words and deeds, observes His teachings and tenets in his daily life and is completely absorbed in Him then you can easily realize the Lord through him by following him properly. He cannot be understood by reading of books and imagination. We can feel Him to some degree by seeing a living man, who has imbibed Him in his character and whose heart is fully set on Him. Of course mere seeing is not enough ; he is to be practically followed with love. What is required is unconditional surrender"........................
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Shri Shri Thakur has urged
us to keep searching for that “live man” who radiates the Divine light of
Godhood in an
all fulfilling way and take refuge to His Lotus Feet. The truth is, nature
always provides the true seeker with such a Divine man. We need to just
keep our “alert illuminated eyes open”. sri sri thakur himself was that divine man & today we see divinity in rev.sri sri dada, acharya of satsang deoghar.we feel 
the eternal presence of sri sri thakur anukulchandra through him. We need to simply surrender to Him and follow His commands
without the slightest hesitation.His divine company gives a relief to all the pains and sufferings.
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Trying to describe who Sri Sri Thakur was and the Satsang movement in a few lines is like trying to put an ocean in a teacup. How do you even start describing a person who had the love of Christ, the spontaneous eloquence of Prophet Muhammed, the enlightenment of Buddha and the spiritual realization of Ramakrishna Paramhansa? The people who felt his loving touch have described him variously as an Avatar, Saint, Prophet, Master and by other such names. To his devotees, however, he remains an ocean of love who came to fulfill and to uphold all life and existence.
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His teachings range over almost all subjects of the world, including pure sciences. He had predicted explained the dangers ( in a scientific manner) in 1920s itself. He has given immense knowledge of the origin of the world, humans, history of the world Indo-Aryans in particular. He spoke in details about quanta, atoms, and sub-atomic particles and has given detailed explanation on how all these created the cosmos. No one knows how He spoke on all these, many of which were discovered later by modern science. His explanations of Human Eugenics laws dynamics of Varnashram is exhaustive. He has said that we must know the science of human breeding, to produce better quality people
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