Navabrindavan Visit – a sacred experience

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Recently, we visited Nava Brindavana located on a small mound-like island, east of the Anegondi village on the banks of Tungabhadra river. ¬†Anegundi village is about 8 km from Gangavathi, a taluk in Koppal district of Karnataka, India.   The nava Brindavan island is a very sacred place, for it houses the nine tombs of… Read more »

Master’s Grace is like Sun rays

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The Master’s Grace like Sun rays, Is always there It needs no invite Amid the complexities, it seeps in through the knots and patterns of the mind. Zig zag it flows Bringing love and joy in our lives. It’s always there Unseen and yet seen ūüôā

Blossomed Hearts

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Flowers are fresh, blossoming; it is completion. Feelings are also like that. Every day they blossom then they die off. It make you feel good, wonderful, then it goes.¬†Those very positive emotions come; they are like fully blossomed flowers. ‚ÄúThis is how I am inside; I feel fresh, alive, beautiful.‚ÄĚ If you don‚Äôt feel like… Read more »

WALK THE PATH

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  See the Guru beyond the personality. A step which takes you up can bring you down also. A ladder helps you to go up, and the ladder cab bring you down. So, once you have come on the ladder to the roof, then remove the ladder. You get inspired by hearing here and there,… Read more »

Sri Sri and the Art of Meditation

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“Service is seeing God in the person next to us, ¬†and meditation is¬†seeing God within us.” Meditation is not concentration; Meditation is deconcentration, Where the mind relaxes into itself ~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar  

Four Pillars of Knowledge

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The evening view of lake-side Garden РRadhak Kunj at Art of Living International Ashram  provides  a beautiful reminiscence  of   Sri Sri  talk on the The  Four pillars of Knowledge. Discrimination (Viveka) Dispassion (Vairagya) Six  Wealths (Shat Sampati) Wanting to be Free (Mumukshatva)  are the four pillars essential for seekers on the spiritual path.