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Dana — The Act of Charity

Nature is always giving. It's because of the philanthropic nature of Nature that every entity is provided for.

Two Types of Meditation

One who understands the reality of one thing, knows the reality of everything. - The Venerable One

Two Sets of Rules

Do unto others what you want done to yourself. It's important to have the same rules for others as you have for yourself.

Overcoming Negative Thoughts and Emotions

Just like a lotus stays above mire and water, you can stay above negative thoughts and emotions.

The Three Legged Elephant

You can't not think about something by not thinking about it. Mind will cling to whatever you want to avoid.

Vision of the Goddess

Mother Divine manifested in full glory in a cold snowy winter in the Himalayan woods. Watch the video for more.

Traṭaka — The Practice of Still Gaze

Trataka, or the practice of still gaze, is the art of perfecting and stilling your gaze. It's a must for a serious meditator.

Shravana – The Practice of Listening

Good listening requires that you attentive in the present moment. And living in present immediately makes you calm like an ocean.

Food

We are what we eat. What we consumes becomes a part of us. Literally.

Ekagrata — The Practice of Concentration

The practice of concentration is an absolute must for any meditator. It is the basis of meditation, in fact.

Happiness

Happiness is a journey, it's not a destination. It's not based on where you are but where you feel you are.

Friends and Foes

In the inner world, in your mind, friends and foes are negative and positive thoughts that live together.

From Conversations to Concentration

For good meditation and for great memory, a meditator must develop the concentration of an archer.

Ma — The Divine Mother

Here's a beautiful video on Mother Divine based on the soul-stirring song by Pandit Jasraj

Give or Take?

When you are prepared to give, you stand out, you shine in the play of Nature. You become a worthy recipient.

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