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CHRIST MIND JNANA YOGA - DAY 1

PART 1 OF CHRIST MIND JNANA YOGA – DISCERNMENT OF REALITY THROUGH PRINCIPLES FROM YOGA PHILOSOPHY AND A COURSE IN MIRACLES WORKBOOK

DAY 1

‘None of the things that my eyes and visual cortex see in this room (on this street, from this window, in this place, etc.) means what my personal ego (ahamkar), nor sense impression recorder mind (manas), has told me it does. 344 more words

What Is Yoga?

Yoga is a Sanskrit word that is defined as “union”. This union can be between your consciousness and the supreme consciousness, the right and left hemispheres of the brain, your masculine and famine qualities, the sun and moon, yin and yang or anything else that you wish.  870 more words

Bhakti Yoga

What is the force which manifests itself through the body? It is obvious to all of us, whatever that force be, that it is something which takes particles up as it were, and creates forms out of them-human bodies. 628 more words

Advaita Vedanta

Conversation

He – so you are dead Ramlal?
Ramlal – yep
He – when did you die?
R – just now. The body must be still warm. 435 more words

Great is the tenacity with which man clings to the senses. Yet however substantial he may think the external world in which he lives and moves, there comes a time in the lives of individuals and of races when involuntarily they ask, “Is this real?” To the person who never finds a moment to question the credentials of his senses, whose every moment is occupied with some sort of sense enjoyment-even to him death comes, and he also is compelled to ask, “Is this real?” Even in the remote past, where recorded history cannot help us-in the mysterious light of mythology, back in the dim twilight of civilization-we find that the same question was asked: “What becomes of this? 303 more words

Advaita Vedanta

What are these ideas of religion and God and searching for the hereafter? Why does man look for a God? Why does man, in every nation, in every state of society, want a perfect ideal somewhere, either in man, in God, or elsewhere? 1,079 more words

Advaita Vedanta

The Scientific and the Mystical

We are living in a time of increasing antagonism between the domains of science and religion. On both sides an existential urgency can be sensed, as if the two cannot maintain an amicable relationship. 1,038 more words

Philosophy