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Who you are, in three simple words

It is easy to look at modern living and think we have accomplished much as humanity. Today, Man is able to fly into the sky and cross the globe in a few hours. Or dive into the deep seas and witness the wonderous abundance of oceanic life. We can pick up a small device in our hand and speak to

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Breathing: Are you sure you’re doing it right?

To the spiritual seeker, the control and mastery of the breath is everything. The Upanishads talk about the breath as the living presence and action of God. In fact, one of the simplest forms of meditation is to merely observe the breath. To understand the science behind this, we need to look into how the breath is linked across all

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Growing from Frustration to Fulfilment

More money. More power. More material things. Modern society defines growth and success by all the things we’ll leave behind when we’re 6-feet under. These are yardsticks of the Ego (the Identity). It limits our true and eternal nature to a very small world view. When all of existence is within your reach and all of the cosmos is in

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Stress: the product of a scattered mind

It seems to be a foregone conclusion that stress is unavoidable. It’s as if we’ve decided that there is no way but to accept it as a part of life. Why is this so? Have you decided that a cold or a cough is unavoidable and incurable so you must keep on coughing and sneezing? No, because you know that

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How we turn a win into a loss

Blessings can become a curse if we fail to see things for what they are. We need the right frame of mind to accept the good things that come our way. Otherwise, even a victory will feel like a loss. A man tells his friend, “God has failed me.” “Why, what happened?” asks the friend. “I was lost in the

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Been trying to change for the better, but failing?

Question: for many years now, I’ve been listening to talks and seeking transformation, but it doesn’t seem to have made any difference. Why am I not able to change? I feel as if I never want to listen to anything again. Answer: This is like a heartbroken youngster who was once in love saying he will never marry because of

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