Sri-M-on-true-Brahman2

Sri M said…

Praying is a beautiful psychological exercise. Here, you want to come out of the circumstances that limit your progress.

Read More
Sri-M-seeking-true-self42

Sri M said…

When people went to Shirdi Sai baba and said, “These are our problems, please help us”, he would say, ‘Allah Malik Hai” or “Ram, Ram”.

Read More
Sri-M-vedantic meditation (2)

Sri M said…

By experiencing life through the sorrows, the pleasures, the pains and the happiness, one evolves into a better and cleaner entity

Read More
aSri-M-Finding-Truth

Sri M said…

According to the Vedantic teaching or according to what Ramana Maharishi said (who, I think, was one of the latest teachers of ‘Vedanta’..)

Read More
Sri-M-seeking-Unlimited

Sri M said…

So, it is in itself a contradiction for the limited to seek the unlimited. For the limited to understand its limitations, intelligence is required.

Read More
Sri-M-on-seeking-truth1

Sri M said…

If what we think and how we act can go together, then meditation begins. To not bring about this dichotomy in one’s life, one has to be eternally watchful.

Read More
Sri-M-Viveka

Sri M said…

‘Viveka’ means ‘intelligence’; the reasoning and effort to understand what is permanent and what is not.

Read More
Sri-M-on-The-One

Sri M said…

The ‘One’ who is behind all thought and action is witness to everything—the unaffected witness to all that takes place.

Read More
Sri-M-Spiritual-Teacher

Sri M said…

A spiritual teacher need not necessarily be someone who lives in the Himalayas for hundreds of years. He may be living in your outhouse,

Read More