The mind is the most important aspect of time.More
Vedanta says – Tat Tvam Asi, you are not this you are That.More
Vedanta says that when you derive bliss or happiness from anything,More
Sri M narrates the story of Nachiketas, a young boy, discussing the important question of Death and immortality with Yama, the Lord of Death.More
The deeply embedded need in human consciousness to pause and reflect finds resonance in Sri M holding retreats with groups of seekers. These are mostly in the form of Satsangs and question-answer sessions, and at times he offers practices to support the spiritual journey.More
Yogavidya stands at the confluence of two profound philosophies—Yoga and Vedanta (Uttara Mimamsa)—offering a holistic path for spiritual seekers. By exploring the core messages of both philosophies, we can understand how their union in Yogavidya serves as a guide for integrating spiritual principles into everyday life.More
In a convergence of spirituality and modern science, the International Yoga Research Foundation (IYRF) recently hosted a landmark event – ‘Colloquium on Yoga and Life Sciences and Beyond (YLSB): Emerging Possibilities for a New World Order’ at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB).
Over two enlightening days on February 17th and 18th, 2024, the foundation unveiled a vision that resonated with luminaries and scholars alike.
Agamas described That happiness as Anantam Anandam Brahma.More
On 15th February, 2024, Sri M did the pran pratishtha (consecration) of the Sri Guru Babaji Temple at Nooranad, Kerala, a first in Southern India.More
According to Vedanta, the expression used to describe the ultimate reality,More
The mind is actually that which is not, but is ever becoming.More
The whole idea of Vedanta and the search is to find the witnessing entityMore
The framework on which we form our images of this world is based on the inputsMore
Truthful means to appreciate and encourage that part of realityMore
The golden rule of yama and niyama is moderation. If you don’t have moderation,More