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    Align to ME and Align to Nature -- Added 11/04/2004
    (a Lecture by K G Misra)

    Sri Krishna in Bhagwat Gita says Align to Me, Think of Me and all your problems will be taken care of. Who is this Me and what 'thinking' is he talking about? To easily understand it, assume Sri Krishna as a teacher of a process of software development of life itself. The process of software development of life is called self realization. ...continue

    Kundalini: Awakening the Serpent Power -- Added 1/07/2003
    (by Georg Feuerstein)

    The way we see the world depends on who we are. On the simplest level, a child walking down the street will readily spot all the toy stores, a penny-wise mother will see all the bargains displayed in shop windows, an architect will easily notice unusual buildings, and a taxi driver will be quick to spot house numbers. In each case, perception is selective, depending on the person's interest and attention. ...continue

    Vrtra! The adversary to spiritual growth!- (a perspective on Vedic Yoga) -- Added 24/06/2003
    (by Yogi Harinam Baba Prem Tom Beal)

    Within the Vedas is an important story relating to Indra and Vrtra. In later Hinduism Indra is little more than a Deity of the rains or storms. While Indra and his thunderbolt can be associated with storms, in Vedic times Indra was considered the God of gods. While this may have little relevance to the western reader, Indra can be brought into light for the western mind. ...continue

    (By Ukraine Yoga Master Andrey Lappa)

    Morality is the principal law on which human behavior is based. This is very important where this law comes from: either from outside or from inside. Morality coming from outside points a man what to do and what not to do. But while diseases-weaknesses live in the human consciousness the demands and prohibitions will only feed them. Sooner or later «the dam will be destroyed» and the person will commit «a sin». .... continue

    We are the Ultimate Knower
    (by Sri Swami Atmaswarupananda)

    There are many ways of looking at our life on earth. One way would be that it is nothing except experiences. We experience thirst and the satisfaction of that thirst. We experience hunger and the satisfaction of that hunger. We experience being cold; we experience being hot. We experience being loved; we experience being rejected. We experience being well off; we experience being poor. We experience being happy; we experience being sad. We experience being clear in our thinking; we experience being confused... continue

    What is Reality?
    (by By Swami Krishnananda)

    What is Reality? Reality is that which never changes, which is absolute, unlimited, and is never contradicted by any other thing or experience. How is it known that Reality is changeless? Well, then, let us take for granted that Reality is changing, that Reality is that which changes. Now, what is change?... continue

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