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Free from Likes and Dislikes

They alone attain samadhi who have mastered their senses and are free from anger, free from self-will and from likes and dislikes, Without selfish bonds to people and things.
Tejobindu Upanishad 3

Philosophy

Feeding the Hungry

Refuse not food to those who are hungry. When you feed the hungry, you serve the Lord, From whom is born every living creature. Those who realize the Self within the heart stand firm, grow rich, gather a family around them, and receive the love of all.
Taittiriya Upanishad 3.10.2

Philosophy

Three Liberating Gifts - Part 3 - Looking in the Mirror (


Published on Apr 15, 2015

Three Liberating Gifts – Part 3 – Looking in the Mirror

This 3 part series is based on a teaching story from the Upanishads that shows our potential to awaken from an ego-based trance and discover the full luminosity and freedom of our natural awareness. 105 more words

Spirituality

Three Liberating Gifts: Part 2 - Inner Fire

Published on Apr 15, 2015

Three Liberating Gifts: Part 2 – Inner Fire

This 3 part series is based on a teaching story from the Upanishads that shows our potential to awaken from an ego-based trance and discover the full luminosity and freedom of our natural awareness. 105 more words

Spirituality

Upanishads

As the web issues out of the spider and is withdrawn, as plants sprout from the earth, as hair grows from the body, even so, the sages say, this universe springs from the deathless Self, the source of life.

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Religion

Creation is a Consequence of God

As the web issues out of the spider and is withdrawn, as plants sprout from the earth, as hair grows from the body, even so, the sages say, this universe springs from The deathless Self, the source of life.
Mundaka Upanishad 1.1.7

Meditation

As a person acts, so he becomes in life. Those who do good become good; those who do harm become bad. Good deeds make one pure; bad deeds make one impure.

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Religion