Sri-M-17

Sri M said…

Don’t think that the spiritual teacher should be like this….if he’s not like this, then he is not a spiritual teacher.

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Sri-M-16

Sri M said…

The root sorrow is the wrong identity. One thinks one is the body. And being body oriented, one gets all the sorrows.

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Sri-M-15

Sri M said…

I am saying if that desire or intense desire to be free of suffering arises in a human mind, that mind need not be an extraordinary

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Sri-M-14

Sri M said…

Actually, if you are a practitioner of yoga or sadhana, your attention becomes very, very good.

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Sri-M-12

Sri M said…

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

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Sri-M-11

Sri M said…

Praying is a beautiful psychological exercise where you deep down want to come out of the circumstances which are limiting your progress.

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Sri-M-10

Sri M said…

Freedom is our birth right. Our true self, the atman is free; it does not need to be freed from anything.

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Sri-M-16

Sri M said…

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

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Sri-M-9

Sri M said…

The highest function of the intelligence, according to the Upanishads is to realise its limitations

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Sri-M-8

Sri M said…

Most of the activities of the world that we perform, based on the assumption that we are the body, bind us down to the earth.

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Sri-M-7

Sri M said…

If one understands that one is not the body but the inner self which is consciousness, then one begins to understand

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Sri-M-6

Sri M said…

Suppose I decide that the sorrow and the problems of the world are too much for me, and I run away to the Himalayas or somewhere else,

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