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ALL THAT MATTERS IS PERCEPTION

ALL THAT MATTERS IS PERCEPTION:

Sri Veda Vyasa, who wrote Srimad BHAGAVATAM, Ramayana etc. had told an interesting episode about his experience in Srimad BHAGAVATAM (Volume 1, Chapter 4, Stanza 5). 582 more words

Sri Krishna

INTRODUCTION TO SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM THROUGH BHAGAVATA MAHATMYAM

INTRODUCTION TO SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM THROUGH BHAGAVATA MAHATMYAM

Srimad BHAGAVATAM is considered as the manifestation of Bhagavan in words.  This sacred Mahapurana does not require any introduction as it is one of the greatest scriptures and, if properly heard, read and understood, generates in one’s heart such a great devotion towards Sri Hari which sees… 506 more words

Krishna on the Qualities that make a man Divine

Krishna in the sixteenth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita goes on to tell his disciple Arjuna, the qualities that make a man divine. He goes on to list them systematically and I shall expand on each of these qualities to give people a deeper insight as to what he was saying. 2,413 more words

Yoga

Sri Krishna's guidelines for Self Knowledge - Do I need a Guru?

Standing by the Indian sweets shop a little one was keenly watching the making of imrati ( spirals soaked in sugar syrup). He asked the cook (lovingly called bhaiyya in Mumbai) ‘Bhaiyya, will you teach me how to make these spirals.” Bhiyya replied “Arey beta, uske liye to ustad ki dhoti dhoni padati hai !” (Dear boy, to learn that one has to wash imrati-master’s trousers!). 144 more words

Devotion

Activity is Part of Enlightenment

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Contrary to popular belief, the pursuit of enlightenment doesn’t have to lead us to give up activity. Finding a degree of enlightenment can actually inspire us to become more active than ever and use our knowledge to uplift as many people who can open up to what we’re saying as possible. 1,561 more words

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How Can We Enlighten Ourselves?

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

There are plenty of ways we can find enlightenment, and they all require dedication to the spiritual path. 1,572 more words

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