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Pain is Inevitable. Suffering is Optional

Pain is unavoidable but suffering is an option. It all depends on one's state of mind.

Ekanta: The Practice of Solitude

The practice of solitude can help you understand yourself better. It's incredibly powerful in taming your mind.

Does God Get Angry?

Is it possible that God gets angry with you and punishes you for your sins and bad karma? If so, would he be God, really?

Purity: Physical, Mental and Moral

Everything in Nature is pure. Everything natural is also pure. So is love.

Understanding Relationships

The more you understand yourself, the better you'll understand others.

Mauna: The Practice of Observing Silence

When you practice silence, the voice of the soul opens up like an unfolding bud. You then emit a beautiful fragrance.

Bhaj Govindam – 6

Shankracharya urges us to exercise surrender, meditate and work towards the real goal of human life — Salvation.

The Untamed Mind

The conscious mind is always talking, always engaged like the restless baboon hopping from one place to another.

Bhaj Govindam – 5

Have you ever wondered who are you and what you are holding on to? Hear the exposition on the verses to reflect on their deep wisdom.

Bhaj Govindam – 4

Your salvation depends on your state of mind, your karma. Realization of truth can help you live in this world with peace and bliss.

Bhaj Govindam – 3

Life continues to move while most people are stuck in their desires, goals and hopes. Why do you do what you do? Reflect on your actions.

The Yogi and the World

What is your resolution for the next 12 months? Do you plan on living like a yogi or continue to be engrossed in the world?

Bhaj Govindam – 2

In this second of the six parts of Bhaj Govindam, listen to the exposition on the next six verses of this stotra.

Bhaj Govindam – 1

Bhaj Govindam by Shankracharya is laced with profound and eternal wisdom. In this discourse the first six verses are covered.

The Four Pillars of Sadhana

Do you need a guru or initiation to succeed in a spiritual sadhana (practice)? Here are the four primary elements of sadhana.