“Another name for God is bliss. No ego, no me, no you, no office. Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram.”
Life itself is a yogic sadhana.
Bliss is of two kinds; one is the bliss of worldly pleasures and the other is the bliss of Brahma, Brahmananda, which manifests and awakens from within, or of the self, atmananda. Worldly bliss is the result of external experiences and this bliss which is obtained from worldly objects is perishable and a womb of sorrow. Continue reading
There are two wars we all have to fight. One war is waged on the battlefield and the second war is within us. The first war is waged against external enemies and the second war is waged against our thoughts. Yoga enables us to fight the war within. Continue reading
I can become a yogi by practicing Karma Yoga and Jnana Yoga. Karma Yoga and Jnana yoga practice have to be combined. I have to fulfil my duties, whether I am a parent, sibling, friend, teacher, or mentor. I must remain committed to the demands placed on me. In order to develop the attitude of a karma yogi and jnana yogi. Continue reading
An ongoing meditation practice will lead you to satisfaction and bliss, if you are undistracted and intent. It is a continuous practice. Continue reading
Who is a friend? A friend is a person who is there for us. A friend never lets us down. Our friend always tells us the truth and looks out for us.
There are so many proverbs about friends. A friend in need is a friend indeed. A friend’s eye is a good mirror. False friends are worse than open enemies. Friends are thieves of time. Friendship is love with understanding. Continue reading