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Singularly depressing

Yesterday I was really looking forward to meeting up with some of the other graduates from my recent yoga teacher training course. And we had a pretty nice time together catching up and looking forward. 600 more words


The Balkans: Belgrade

We arrived at Serbia! when we exited Belgrade (Serbia capital) airport, the city received us with a thunderstorm. We took a public bus that droped us off at the bus station and from there we couldnt walk as originally intended so we took a taxi. 1,372 more words


What do you want to be? 'King' or a 'Beggar'?


JGD Didi, I take up seva with full enthusiasm but then I slack and never complete what I have started or if I do, I am usually doing it thinking what will I get from this. 498 more words


Reverence for the Earth

Originally written for the magazine “Mandir Vani,” Allegra Lovejoy and Parth Parihar are sharing our article here.

Dharmic traditions are Earth-honoring traditions. While the prevailing response to climate change in the West has emphasized stewardship and responsible management (i.e., for future generations), the dharmic standpoint accords moral value, even divinity, to the environment itself, independently of its utility to humans.  893 more words

Raghavendraru seva at Home

Shri Raghavendra Swamigalu is kaliyuga kamaadhenu. Millions of devotees are visiting rayaru in Mantralayam and various branches all over the world. People doing seva to Rayaru with proper sankalpa and pradakshine for minimum of 3 days to maximum days they can do. 474 more words


Service to the World

In honor of the Centers for Spiritual Living theme for this month, I am writing on service to the world. Rabindranath Tagore wrote, “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. 524 more words