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Sri M said…

Consciousness is that from which thought arises but normally, it is haphazard. When you have the discipline to practice and go deep

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The movement is from the unreal to the Real. For that, as mentioned in the Viveka Chudamani and other ancient texts

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To be truthful, there is really no little self. All the great sages who have gone deep into the question, “Who am I?” have found..

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Greed transfers itself even into the so-called spiritual system. I call this ‘spiritual materialism’.

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When Adinath dances his Tandav Nritya, he destroys images. He shatters all the images we have created and, without them, nothing new can come up.

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Imagination or visualization is a divine capacity given to the human mind by which it can visualize and create reality

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‘Bhaja Govinda’, on one hand, means ‘to chant the name of Govinda’. Now ‘bhajan’ is not just chanting,

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Have patience in the face of criticism. Even when greatly agitated, try to be patient.

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When the mind becomes quiet, which is the aim of all forms of meditation, one comes face to face with one’s consciousness.

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Since the mind is always in motion, one cannot clearly see the reflection of one’s true self upon it.

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Sometimes, what we think are woes, what we think is sorrow, what we think is pain, what we think is a loss may be a great gain,

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You think you are this little pool of stagnant water that stands in the way with no movement whatsoever. The Guru says..

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From ancient times, meditation has been defined as one-pointedness. One-pointedness means the mind is not allowed to be scattered around or dissipate..

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The path that has been described by all the important teachers, unfortunately, happens to be narrow, not because of any narrowness in thinking

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