C: I am trying to maintain celibacy but what happens after doing with strong determination it breaks in a hostel due to shared TV and other resources. It is a single room. The food is made up of onion and garlic.

C: I am trying to maintain celibacy but what happens after doing with strong determination it breaks in a hostel due to shared TV and other resources. It is a single room. The food is made up of onion and garlic.
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you. Yes, I agree that environments are not good and you and your friends are habitual to see the T.V. but one thing is clear that one has to follow the path independently, say Vedas. Therefore you will have to take command over your mind (intellect) to avoid T.V. etc., and it is not impossible. You’ll have to leave the company of your friends immediately. My blessings are with you, to get success. Therefore celibacy must never be broken i.e., in all circumstances, you’ll have to follow the path of celibacy. Vedas state that there is no excuse. You already know that to go against Vedas is a sin. Vedas state that God has given you senses, perceptions and mind to order them to do only pious deeds otherwise we’ll have to consider the rules of Almighty God to award the punishment of the sins. Rigveda states that senses, perceptions etc., are meant to obey the orders of Almighty God framed in the Vedas therefore any sense/organ if works against the Vedas, it means one is indulged in illusion and is against the Vedas. One will have to be brave and learned.

Onion and garlic used in the hotel can be taken because it is vegetarian food. T.V. and internet can be seen to watch only education/informative, good serials. The book has since been sent to you.

Toshu: What is the real meaning of attaining moksha? How can we really attain it?
Swami Ramswarup: Suppose a prisoner is kept in any jail and after completing the requisite period, he is released from jail then he feels free and experiences happiness. Similarly we all are provided with human bodies to face the result of our previous lives’ deeds –good or bad in the shape of happiness and sorrows etc.

This circle is unfinished if we do not take the shelter of Almighty God i.e., the eternal, spiritual path.

Suppose , a person takes the shelter and makes contact with a learned acharya where he listens Vedas, learns Ashtang Yoga Philosophy and practice thereof , does daily Yajyen , name jaap then one day he destroys his all previous lives’ deeds and gets freedom . Now, he has nothing to face. This is the stage of salvation when a Yogi realises God in Dharammegh Samadhi and realises divine pleasure.

The said stage is called Salvation. Actually, human body is meant to attain salvation but due to indulgement in illusion, mostly people fail and get next birth of animals, birds, insects etc., and experience deep sorrows etc.