After you attain this Gnan (knowledge of the self-realization), you will be able to see and analyse everything that happens within you. This analysis within yourself is the domain of the Enlightened Worldview. Not the total enlightened worldview, but a fraction of it. You will observe negative thoughts as well as pleasant ones. There is no attachment towards good thoughts and no abhorrence for the bad thoughts. Since it is not under your control, it is not necessary for you to look at what is good and what is bad. So what do the Gnani’s (The Enlightened Ones) look at? They look at the world as being faultless. The Gnani knows that everything that happens in the world is a discharge of what was charged earlier. He knows that the world is not to be blamed.
Even the insults that you encounter or your dispute with your boss is simply the discharge of past karma (destiny); your boss is only an 'instrument'. No one in the world can be blamed. All the faults that you see are your own. These are your blunders and mistakes.
With the grace of Gnani Purush, these mistakes are destroyed. When a person does not have Self-Realization (Spiritual Enlightenment), he always sees faults in others and can never see his own mistake.
Presented in the book, is Param Pujya Dadashri’s (master of spiritual science) understanding, techniques and importance of acquiring and maintaining a flawless vision.
When you acquire Self-Realization (Spiritual Enlightenment), you are no longer partial towards your mind, speech or body. And it is this very impartiality that allows you to see your own faults and allow you to remain at peace with yourself.