Five ways of putting an end to anger

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

  1. If there is someone whose bodily actions are not kind but whose words are kind, if you feel anger toward him, meditate to put an end to your anger. A bhikshu practicing asceticism wears a patchwork robe. On a filthy garbage pile one piece of cloth is still intact. So he takes it […]

Buddha’s Way Of Transforming Awareness By M N Kundu

Friday, May 24th, 2013

The problem of widespread evil and other troubling issues can be aptly overcome by adopting the path of the Buddha. Evil arises from myopic vision. It cannot be curbed by stringent laws, severe punishment or exhaustive moral lessons but by transforming awareness of the working of the universe, law of karma, dependent origin of things […]

You Can Become The Buddha By Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

Friday, May 24th, 2013

  A person who grows on the spiritual path cannot ignore Gautama because his presence has become so significant. In his own lifetime, he had forty thousand monks who went out to spread the spiritual process. In his own silent way, he changed the world forever. Buddha Pournami has always been significant in the yogic […]

Upanishads and its relevance in modern day society By Sneha Kothawade

Friday, May 24th, 2013

While pondering over the title of this essay, I am reminisced of a story from the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. The story describes that once Gods, Humans and Demons sought wisdom from the Creator. He told each of them to practice ‘Da’. Now ‘Da’ is just a syllable, not even a complete word, so it is open […]

22 Things – Happy People Do Differently

Friday, May 24th, 2013

There are two types of people in the world: those who choose to be happy, and those who choose to be unhappy. Contrary to popular belief, happiness doesn’t come from fame, fortune, other people, or material possessions. Rather, it comes from within. The richest person in the world could be miserable while a person living […]

Who is a Rishi? by Ramesh Bijlani

Monday, April 15th, 2013

The mystic feels real and present, even ever present to his experience, intimate to his being, truths which to the ordinary reader are intellectual abstractions or metaphysical speculations.  – SRI AUROBINDO Rishi literally means one who sees the Truth, or the Absolute Reality.  For seeing the Truth, or rather experiencing it, eyes are neither necessary […]

Samadhi: Your Real Nature by OSHO

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

The word, SAMADHI has to be understood. It means coming to a state of absolute equilibrium, coming to a state of absolute balance. The word comes from Sanskrit. And Sanskrit is one of the languages in the world which has words with profound meaning. Not just dictionary meaning, but with existential meaning. Other languages have […]

The Ultimate HarmonyBy: Sanjay Goel

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

The word harmony means when a person is at complete agreement or peace with himself and nature. To attain complete harmony, a person has to be in complete agreement and peace with himself, which is known as internal harmony and also in complete peace or agreement with Nature, which is known as external harmony. How […]

Fellow Satsangis Help You To Evolve By: Nayaswami Asha

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

The great saints are so strong in their magnetism that they can change you by their mere presence. The company you keep plays a crucial role, for the people in our lives are the most important aspect of our environment. I remember a man who got into a mood and decided he didn’t want to […]

Understanding Love – Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai

Saturday, February 16th, 2013

Dharma is the epitome of pure love. The world believes that love is possible only between the like-minded. In the case of a Guru-disciple relationship, there is a categorical difference between the two. The disciple is identified with his body and is a slave of his mind, while the Sadguru is beyond body identification and […]