Throughout the study of the Katha Upanishads, we’ve been receiving the teachings through Yama, the Lord of Death, via the story of his encounter with the young boy Nachiketa. 1,390 more words
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Purnam adah Purnam idam.
“That Unmanifested (Brahman) is perfect and This Manifested (Brahman) is (also) perfect.”
Basically I love this because its a great reminder that the inner peace and bliss of all the universe that we crave to feel is of course wondeful, but the real world of the senses, flaws, challenges and emotions is also wonderful.30 more words
Sri M – spiritual guide, social reformer and educationist – was born into a Muslim family on November 6, 1949 in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. His transformational journey, from a young boy to a living yogi, is a fascinating story symbolized by single-minded discipline and dedication. 338 more words
Acharya Prashant: What do we talk about?
AP: We can talk a lot in Silence. Talking about Silence will always be a little round-about; beating around the bush. 489 more words
Observed reality is based on our perception of space and time, the words “observed” and “perception” has significance attached to it. Reality is stated to be observed as it’s subject to interpretation by our brain, for instance the reality observed by a snake is significantly different from the reality observed by human beings. 1,333 more words