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Sri M said…

Mula’ which means ‘root’; ‘Adhara’ means ‘foundation’, support’. So, if you translate the word, it would mean ‘root support’

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Sri M said…

Remove all the conditions that are there and remain in one essential state and this is the aim of the vedantic teaching.

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Sri M said…

The Vedantin would say that absolute faith comes out of the understanding that the intellect is limited. The Bhakta would say that absolute faith

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Sri M said…

The Bhagvad Gita says wherever there is a manifestation of goodness, energy, power, position, status and knowledge – especially knowledge

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Sri M said…

Look inside our minds and we will see we have hundreds of images and it’s because of these images we get hurt, our ego expands and we have so many problems!

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Sri M said…

At the end of the 18th chapter in Bhagwad Gita, Krishna declares, “Now that you have understood everything, relax.

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Sri M said…

Imagination or visualization is a divine capacity given to the human mind by which it can visualize and create reality out

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Sri M said…

The first chapter of Bhagwad Gita is ‘Arjuna Vishada Yoga’—it begins with the sorrow of Arjuna. This is an important thing to understand.

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Sri M said…

The Buddhists use the term ‘paraa gati’ to mean ‘one who has walked across’ or ‘one who has gone beyond’. Such a person is called ‘Bodhi’

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Sri M said…

The ‘Tandav Nritya’ of Shiva is meant to free you from all the conditioning, all the images, all the attractions and repulsions

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Sri M said…

The root sorrow is about the wrong identity. One thinks one is the body. Being body-oriented,

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