sri-m-14

Sri M said…

We have not changed. You see, the way of doing things has been polished and perfected.

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sri-m-14

Sri M said…

Those who have transcended the external rites of religion should begin to look within to find the true essence.

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sri-m-13

Sri M said…

We are either full of our own thoughts or our own prejudices. We are full of what others have taught us or what has been crammed into our brain.

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sri-m-12

Sri M said…

Most of the time, we spend all our energies on worrying about the failure. If we could only just brush it out and

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sri-m-11

Sri M said…

One must understand perfectly and clearly that the only way is to make the mind still or allow the mind to settle down,

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sri-m-10

Sri M said…

Most of the activities of the world that we perform, based on the assumption that we are the body,

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sri-m-9

Sri M said…

As you read the Upanishads, you will find in many places, that the seeker of the truth is addressed ‘Satya Kama’.

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sri-m-8

Sri M said…

The experience of happiness is innate, not in the object that I enjoy. The object may although be necessary to excite it or bring it out.

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sri-m-7

Sri M said…

So, all this fear of what will happen if I let go of my petty little self, with its petty little world (mainly of my own creation) is meaningless.

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