Art of Living and Siddartha

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The movie Siddhartha, an adaptation of a novel with same name by Hermann Hesse, depicts the life of a young Indian seeker, who lived during the time of the Buddha. While the Book “Siddartha” by Hermann Hesse is my all-time favourite, the movie doesn’t really make the same impact. But the movie is still worth watching,… Read more »

Art of Living Navratri decoded

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Did you count the divine audience? We have heard Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar talk about this! Many a shutterbug have even captured them in their picture frames. Some try to explain it as a scientific phenomenon. Some even call it a “blue-star” syndrome. Some more even take the liberty of ignorance to dismiss it… Read more »

The Sound of Silence

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I am just back, rejuvenated and refreshed from my favorite Meditation Retreat at the Art of Living International Center in Bangalore. The experience of deep silence and stillness is not easy to capture in words, and yet not wanting to give up easily, I am trying to share it here. As the flute flowed melodiously… Read more »

How to Move from Lack to Contentment

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A glance at the news papers reveals the corruption and the violence around us. We see an impoverishment of collective thinking towards building a healthy, happy and secure environment. Where does all this stem from and why? The basic root cause zeroes down to a sense of lack. The sense of lack arises from non-availability… Read more »