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Who, Me? Asleep?

Decades ago, I remember reading books by certain teachers and masters who asserted that I (and most people) are walking through life mostly asleep. That frustrated me, because I envisioned myself as a smart, alert person. 421 more words

Inner Development

An Alternative to "Truthiness"

Yesterday I shared a Carl Sandburg poem about truth, titled, “Who Am I?” Today I would like to explore the poem more deeply as Sandburg grasped intricate dimensions of Truth, describing it as “the most elusive captive in the universe.” 366 more words

Poetry

Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutation) and Vital Chakras Activation in the Body

The ancient yoga has been credited to Sage Patanjali. Surya Namaskar too belongs to the ancient scriptures, but we don’t have a specific name to credit for, and thus we give credit to the Master of Yoga Sage Patanjali for developing the fine art sun salutation. 1,500 more words

Blog

Some memories embedded in consciousness

Some most precious moments along with my Baboojee and his dear friends of his native village, Padma, Madhubani (Bihar), captured on 2nd September 2015, during the evening walk. 306 more words

Spirituality

How you can repent for your sins

Dear aspirant, you have asked how you can repent for your sins.

There are various ways to repent for your sins, or to reduce or to burn out the effects of bad karmas or sins. 792 more words

Spirituality

The Song of the Sirens

The sharp edge of a razor is difficult to pass over; thus the wise say the path to salvation is hard.
-Katha Upanishad 403 more words

The Place of "NO NEED"

“What can I support you with?” she asked.

“Nothing. There’s nothing I need.” I answered.

When you rest in the place where all is provided, nothing is lacking, there’s nothing outside of yourself that you need – that’s where you will find me. 500 more words

Self Realization