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Sri M said…

Divine Love is to be understood through ordinary love. If you have a rough idea about ordinary Love,

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Sri M said…

The best prayer is, ‘God, you know what’s in my heart; I don’t need to tell you.

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Sri M said…

As you read the Upanishads, you will find in many places, that the seeker of the truth is addressed ‘Satya Kama’.

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Moksha means to be totally free. To be completely happy, without depending on anything in the outside world.

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Sri M said…

Whether we are on the path of spiritual progress or not, very often we don’t get what we want.

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A teacher should be a polished mirror. So that when one looks at it, they would see their actual reflection

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Sri M said…

The entire teaching of the Upanishads concerns the kind of knowledge, which when communicated to a mind

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Sri M said…

Yoga is the stilling of the mind. Yoga is the cessation of all the modifications of the mind.

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Sri M said…

So, all this fear of what will happen if I let go of my petty little self, with its petty little world (mainly of my own creation) is meaningless.

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Sri M said…

‘Poornima’ means ‘full moon’. It’s symbolic of the full moon’s light emanating from the heart of a human being

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Sri M said…

Whether we are on the path of spiritual progress or not, very often we don’t get what we want.

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The whole theory of Maya does not mean that the world is an illusion. The world is a reality,

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Sri M said…

What does a human worship most – Desire? Enjoyment? Wealth? These are the things that man worships

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Sri M said…

In the case of Ramana Maharishi, though did he not show any overt social concerns, people who were associated with him

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