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Satyaa Paramaa Tattva Jyotee Bhakte [SPTJB]Yoga is a unique YOGA

THE WORSHIPPING OF THE FORM OF THE GOD/GODDESS HELPS THE SPIRITUAL-SEEKER MOVE TOWARDS THE GOAL OF SELF-REALIZATION. AFTER THE SPIRITUAL-SEEKER HAS ATTAINED THE SELF-REALIZATION , THERE IS NO NEED FOR THE SPIRITUAL-SEEKER TO WORSHIP THE EXTERNAL FORMS OF THE GOD/GODDESS. THE SPIRITUAL-SEEKER WHO HAS ATTAINED THE SELF-REALIZATION, HENCEFORTH, HAS TO FOCUS ON THE ABSOLUTE [BRHMA] OR THE LIGHT ONLY INSTEAD OF THE ERSTWHILE GOD/GODDESS. THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT DESCRIBES IT ALL:

THE SELF-REALISATION � NO NEED FOR WORSHIPPING THE GODDESS/GOD?

After the self-realization, is there no need for worshipping the Goddess/God?

The worshipping of the form of the Goddess/God helps the spiritual-seeker move towards the goal of self-realisation. After the spiritual-seeker has attained the self-realisation, there is no need for the spiritual-seeker to worship the external forms of the god/goddess. The spiritual-seeker who has attained the self-realization, henceforth, has to focus on the ABSOLUTE [BRHMA] or the light only instead of the erstwhile Goddess/God.
It is true that the Goddesses/Gods do transcommunicate the unconditional love and transcendental wisdom which may or may not have anything to do with the self-realization.
However, if you read ancient Indian spiritual texts and scriptures carefully, they talk in terms of the Mukte [liberation] of various kinds, i.e., Saalokya, Saameepya, Saaruupya, Saayujya, Kaeevalya and Swayama Brhma.
It depends on the devotee as to what kind of Mukte the Devotee is aspiring for. If the devotee desires Saalokya, Saameepya, Saaruupya, Saayujya or the Swayama Brhma Muktee, the devotee may aspire for any of these as one's spiritual goal.
However, for the one who has aspired for and realized the Swayama Brhma Muktee [the concept as understood by the author of the instant article, different spiritual seekers may have different understanding of the meaning of the word Swayama Brhma], there is no need to contemplate on the human form ascribed to the Goddesses/Gods. In the Swayama Brhma stage, the spiritual seeker gets merged into the BRAHMA/ABSOLUTE in its pure light form which has then nothing to do with the worship of the ABSOLUTE in human forms [adopted by Goddesses/Gods].
Even in the Durgaa Saptashatee, in one Daevee Stotra, the Daevee is praised as "AESHHAA AATMASHAKTEhaa" which means that one's own AATMA [self] SHAKTE [power] is the real Goddess. This means clearly that the true final spiritual form [if we can say so] of the Goddess is one's own self-power/ABSOLUTE Tattva. The human form of Goddesses/Gods in which this self-power manifests itself during the spiritual seeker's spiritual journey is just one of the numerous manifestations/stages on the way that help the spiritual seeker progress towards the final goal of the ABSOLUTE which is without any manifestation.
For many true Saadhakas, the Absolute Truth stands verified personally by the grace of the Divine Mother. The same cannot be said about other spiritual-seekers and their personal experiences. One has to oneself experience the Absolute Truth personally..!

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