Seeking conscious evolution
27 May 2017
Dhyana blocks mentations
True wealth is a life rich in love
For freedom, offer mind to a higher goal
If you are caught in the thick of action, a situation involving people and objects, and the mind is completely disturbed and thrown off its balance, what do you do to get back in an instant? Vedanta t
20 May 2017
These ways will teach the child certain habits and rules that would make focusing on tasks easier
Children, quite a few people wonder, “Why is it that I am suffering even after turning to God?” What they are really asking is why God isn’t fulfilling all their desires.
In life, till we are bound to the wheel of Karma, we will be bounced constantly between the crests of joy and troughs of sorrow.
The Moha Mudgara of Sri Adi Shankaracharya paints a picture of the life of the person who is always enjoying life through the sense organs of perception and action.
Moha Mudgara, popularly called Bhaja Govindam, by Sri Adi Shankaracharya was so far spelling out several ‘don’ts’ of life if our aim was to achieve the highest potential of our mind—liberation.
13 May 2017
The old practices offer a sequence of mental exercises for meditation that are just as relevant to life today as they ever were.
The body has its own memory. Today, there is research going on in this direction.
In times when the world was inhabited by barbarians as per modern historians, Vedic rishis were making discoveries which are yet to be made by modern science.
Guru is a master. A teacher of Sat—existence, you, I and all that is in the world—is a Satguru.
The primary requirement to experience a meditative state is peace.
06 May 2017
When we seek to unite for wrong reasons, we end up disintegrating our larger social fabric.
When Amma goes abroad, she sees paintings in the homes of many people.
Only when we learn to integrate Dharma—principles of ethical living, we can exit the karmic loop.
For all those who think ritualistic form of worship is some juvenile past time, Swami Chinmayananda, the great master of Advaita Vedanta has this to say.
There are so many things to read these days. Much comes to us to contemplate upon through our mobile devices, internet and the social media.
29 Apr 2017
Even as we face our present moments, we always have the free will and choice to change. This is the inner work, the inner journey.
When we talk about a spiritual process, we are not talking about jumping to conclusions and assuming things that we do not know.
For most of us, the physical world that we perceive with the five senses is all there is.
All sadhana leads to peace of mind. And only in a peaceful state of mind is contemplation upon the truth of our real nature possible.
The very first chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is called Arjuna Vishada Yoga. It is called the yoga of Arjuna’s confusion.
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