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Self-Realization 1-2-3: God as Light “Ishwara”

July 1, 2015

Self-Realization 1-2-3:  God as Light “Ishwara”

Today, I practiced a full set of Falun Gong exercises with the intention of being transformed and moved forward on the path of Self-Realization, followed by practicing Raja Yoga meditation. 1,119 more words


Some Rituals

The Panchang has got much more of significance then we know and is used to cure many afflictions of Human Lives, but unfortunately no one is available or interested to impart this knowledge to us. 309 more words


Yagna & Moksha

The five great yajñas (panca mahā yajña) that one is required to perform as part of karma yoga to be even eligible to pursue jñāna(to gain moksha). 412 more words


Ishwara and Shakti: God and the Creation

There is another spiritual experience of the divine Duality that reflects for the seeker a deeper sense of the Unity of God and the creation. Some traditions hold that God is separate and different from the creation, outside it, and thus, the creation and its creatures are different and inferior. 468 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Anugraha Bhaashanam by Sringeri Acharya on Bhakti and the Marathi saadhus

Sri Gurubhyo Namaha

A translation of a part of an Anugraha Bhaashanam given by Jagadguru of Sringeri Sri Sri Bharati Tirtha Mahaswamiji about Bhakti towards Ishwara and the Marathi Nath Parampara saadhus. 318 more words

Lives Of MahAtmAs

Purusha and Prakriti As Described by the Sankhya Tradition

At the Divine level, the Lord of Creation, Ishwara manifests through the supreme Nature, Para Prakriti, or Shakti. When this gets translated into the world of creation and the action of Nature as experienced by the creatures, such as human beings, who live, grow and evolve within that field, we find that there is an experience of a Purusha, a witness consciousness that is silent and provides awareness and sanction, and of Prakriti, the active mechanical processes of Nature that carry out the Will of the Supreme without necessarily being directly conscious of the intention. 438 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Isha Upanishad- 4- The meaning of "Isha"

Nithin Sridhar

1. IshaUpanishad gets its name because it starts with the words “isha vAsyam idam sarvam”.

2. The term “Isha” means Ishwara or Lord. It refers to the One who controls the Universe. 239 more words