How to be patient

 

 By EKNATH EASWARAN

Just as it is good to be patient with others, it is good to be patient with ourselves. We can all be haunted by our past mistakes, by the amount of time and energy we have wasted, but we must accept ourselves with all our strengths and weaknesses. There are many obstacles in life, and they cannot ...

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3 easy tips for peace of mind

 

By Mallika Chopra

Life can be a barrage of constant stimulation. There is work, family, friends, email, text messages, tweets, dinner, traffic, sports… But serenity should not be a distant dream. We strive for (or maybe struggle for) balance against constant stimulation. But a mind that does not know stillness knows stress, and stress knows ...

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What is true love

 

By Eckart Tolle

True love is transcendental. Without recognition of the formless within yourself, there can be no true transcendental love. If you cannot recognize the formless in yourself, you cannot recognize yourself in the other. The recognition of the other as yourself in essence – not the form – is true love. As long as the conditioned mind operates ...

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Krishnas Mercy

 Udupi Temple

In a small town of Udupi, close to Mangalore was a family devoted to Krishna.   The grand son of age 5 who was more into playing, was not intent on Krishna seva.  However, the grand mother loving insisted that he should have the darshan of Krishna at the temple and take His blessings before going to school everyday.   The grand son finally agreed to do so.  But every ...

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Divine Will

By Eckart Tolle

 The separate will wants to enhance or strengthen one’s sense of self.  The separate will is concerned with the “me”, the “I”, the ego.   Non-resistance is vital because as long as you are in resistance to the present moment, you will be trapped in the little egoic will.

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Analysis

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We have two ‘I’s in us. One belongs to the body and the other is related to the soul. Both the ‘I’s have adequate proof of their existence. The spiritual ‘I’ claims that it is immortal and therefore enjoys a higher status.  There is no death for it whereas it said “the bodily ‘I’ is ephemeral in nature and would die. It taunted ...

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