Sri-M-14

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-13

Sri M said…

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

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Sri-M-11

Sri M said…

Look inside our minds and we will see we have hundreds of images and it’s because of these images

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Sri-M-10

Sri M said…

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

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Sri-M-8

Sri M said…

The first chapter of Bhagwad Gita is ‘Arjuna Vishada Yoga’—it begins with the sorrow of Arjuna.

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Sri-M-7

Sri M said…

The Buddhists use the term ‘paraa gati’ to mean ‘one who has walked across’ or ‘one who has gone beyond’.

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Sri-M-5

Sri M said…

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

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Sri-M-4

Sri M said…

When we have to go to the core of our consciousness, we have to keep all these thoughts at bay.

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Sri-M-3

Sri M said…

Practitioners of spiritual exercises should keep in mind that when you practice and go deeper and deeper,

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Sri-M-2

Sri M said…

Sit down and meditate in your heart center and whenever such thoughts that are not related to the inner come, try to keep them away.

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