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-16

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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Sri-M-12

Sri M said…

If the mind is made up of thoughts and thoughts are always vibrating, moving – sometimes up, sometimes down,

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Sri-M-11

Sri M said…

The first Chakra – the mooladhara – represents prakrithi, the solid earth or solidity.

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Sri-M-8

Sri M said…

This crescent moon is also called Soma. Therefore Shiva is called Somashekhara- one who keeps or retains Soma

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Sri-M-7

Sri M said…

Those of us who do pious acts, charity, sacrifice themselves for others thinking that is the work one should do,

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Sri-M-6

Sri M said…

The yogis say that the joining or the crossing together, the sangam of the Varuna and the Asi rivers are in the human body,

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Sri-M-5

Sri M said..

You think you are this little pool of stagnant water that stands on the way with no movement whatsoever.

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Sri-M-4

Sri M said…

The crescent moon is a symbol of Shakti. You see it in Durga and Kali. The Navadurgas all have a crescent.

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Sri-M-3

Sri M said…

The limbic system is that which takes care of our feelings. If the limbic system didn’t work we would have no feelings.

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Sri-M-2

Sri M said…

My master (Babaji) once talked about how three people went to Himalayas to meditate.

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