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Sri M said…

A spiritual teacher teaches a person sadhana according to that person’s capacity and according to that person’s needs.

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Sri M said…

In our ‘Parampara’- the Nath Parampara- the first Guru, the first teacher is supposed to be Adinath

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Sri M said…

At the end of the 18th chapter, Krishna declares now that you have understood everything, relax.

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Sri M said…

Is there unbound freedom? That was the quest of the Upanishads. And the Upanishads said YES,

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Sri-M-6

Sri M said…

The theory of tantra is that the sexual energy which you know, for all human beings after food and shelter

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Sri-M-5

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According to the tantras, Shiva – the Supreme Being – resides on the Sahasraara Chakra, with his legs let down and touching the brumadhya

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Sri-M-4

Sri M said…

Vedanta is not intellectual acrobatics. You can stand on your head. You can study all the scriptures.

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Sri M said…

To discover that unconditional ever free self in all human beings was the aim of the spiritual teaching in ancient India.

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Sri M said…

The next chapter (after Karma Yoga) is called, Karma Sanyasa Yoga, where Krishna says that sanyasa is not giving up activity

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Sri-M-1

Sri M said…

Arjuna attempted to run away from it and hide. Krishna says, ‘Face it! There is no way you can get rid of it.

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Sri-M-17

Sri M said…

The salient feature of the last chapter (Bhagavat Gita) – the 18th Chapter – is after saying all this, and taking Arjuna through the whole course,

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Sri M said…

Therefore the importance of bhajans, kirtan , going to places where other people worship and going on pilgrimages,

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Sri-M-14

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-13

Sri M said…

So what I’m saying is that irrespective of whether you are an intellectual or what normally can be called a non-intellectual,

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