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Sri M said…

The Soundarya Lahiri, the Lalita Sahasranama and other tantric texts contain certain ‘bijaksharas’ or seed-sounds.

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Sri M said…

It is possible to live in this world and still reach spiritual fulfillment, all at the same time,

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Sri M said..

Self-realization, also known as ‘Kaivalya’ or ‘Moksha’, does not mean freedom from something.

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Sri M said…

In ‘Bhagwad Gita’ you can know everything – how to work, how to meditate, how to have devotion,

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Sri M said…

When the so-called ‘limited’ being recognizes and realises his inner essence, he begins to know and understand

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Sri-M-24

Sri M said…

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

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Sri-M-23

Sri M said…

‘Let go’ does not mean you should throw everything away and go to the forest. It means,

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Sri M said…

When the mind becomes quiet, which is the aim of all forms of meditation, one comes face to face

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Sri M said…

In ‘Grahastha’, when your responsibilities are wound up and the children have become self-reliant,

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Sri M said…

The ‘Agni tattva’ vis-a-vis the mind is actually the fire that burns within.Physically, it is the digestive fire.

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Sri M said…

It is possible for someone to lead a life like a normal human being in a material world and,

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Sri M said…

You must remember, when you go into a cave, you can leave everything behind but you can’t leave your mind.

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Sri M said…

In ancient India, the young aspirant, the neophyte known as the ‘Brahmachari’ went to the Rishis,

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