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Emily Dickinson on "The luxury to meditate"

I found an Emily Dickinson poem today with some interesting, if merely fortuitous, wording. I like to think she’s talking about the luxury of seeing without knowledge, in the same vein in which Spinoza and Blake do. 245 more words

The Goal

The Goal

After knowing the truth or the reality of oneself, we should know what should be the goal of all living beings.

Today, everybody wants to attain a higher state of mind, want to be happy are searching for happiness. 317 more words

Philosophy

Discovering Hidden Truth at Vedika Global

By Vedika Global 2-Month Ayurveda Self-Care Course Graduate Ryan Kannett

I have spent much of my life seeking knowledge. I have always had a desire to know the deeper meaning that exists beneath the surface appearances of this world. 535 more words

Healing

Don't forget me

Mufasa’s Ghost: Simba, you have forgotten me.
Simba: No. How could I?
Mufasa’s Ghost: You have forgotten who you are and so have forgotten me. Look inside yourself Simba.

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Self Realization

Bhagavad Gita Verse a Day

Bhagavad-gītā kiñcitadhītā” One śloka a day – 4.6

अजोऽपि सन्नव्ययात्मा भूतानामीश्वरोऽपि सन् |
प्रकृतिं स्वामधिष्ठाय संभवाम्यात्ममायया || ६ ||

ajo’pi sannavyayātmā bhūtānām īśvaro’pi san | 1,022 more words

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Bhagavad Gita Verse a Day

Bhagavad-gītā kiñcitadhītā” One śloka a day – 4.5

श्री भगवानुवाच |
बहूनि मे व्यतीतानि जन्मानि तव चार्जुन |
तान्यहं वेद सर्वाणि न त्वं वेत्थ परन्तप || ५ || 404 more words

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Bhagavad Gita Verse a Day

Bhagavad-gītā kiñcitadhītā” One śloka a day – 4.3

स एवायं मया तेऽध्य योगः प्रोक्तः पुरातनः |
भक्तोऽसि मे सखा चेति रहस्यं ह्येतदुत्तमम् || ३ || 850 more words

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