Spiritual Check-Up

Spiritual Journey

 

By Sri Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari

Spirituality is not something that you are trying to experience through your senses or your restless mind; it is essentially the fragrance of the flower that is your soul. The bud of spiritual opportunity or your divine potentiality takes its own natural time to blossom into a beautiful fragrant flower. Spiritual experience is only for those ...

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Protecting Yourself from the Negativity of Others 

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SRI SRI SHUDDHAANANDAA BRAHMACHARI

Every one of us, however conscious we are or not, must deal with all types of people in our lives. Because so few of us are fully conscious and aware at any given moment, it is easy to be drawn into negative fields. We need to become conscious of how others ...

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Reform oneself before reforming others

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By Swami Chinmayananda

All are busy trying to reform others.  But hardly anyone has the time or patience to reform oneself.   Majority of people, themselves wallowing in ignorance, pose outwardly as wise & knowledgeable, & take up the task of reforming others.  It’s like the blind leading the blind.

If ...

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Steps to go higher on Spiritual Path – II


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By SWAMI CHIDANAND SARASWATI

4. Swadhayay – Sacred Study

Swadhayay typically means study of the scriptures. It is very important to read something spiritual, something inspiring every day. This helps to keep us on track and to keep our mind pure. Otherwise, we tend to get lost in our own mind’s sea of confusion.

However, it is important to ...

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The Supreme ’embodied’ – Lord Krishna

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By Swami Chinmayananda

Sage Vyasa, wrote the glories of  the Supreme Lord who walked on this earth, called Sri Krishna.  The sage wanted to gain two purposes:

Firstly, to provide a fascinating story that captivated the mind with the vivid play of the “Unseen Hand” – that molds and shapes human affairs, thoughts, situations and happenings, achievements and failures.  In our ...

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Difference between – ‘I’ and God

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By Swami Tejomayananda
(Excerpt from Shvetashvatara Upanishad)

I, the individual is finite – with little knowledge, little strength, dependant on the world & limited by time and space.  God, on the other hand is infinite – beyond time & space.  He is omniscient & omnipotent, ever united with His infinite nature ...

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