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Mar 29 2018

See the Divine in All

Pujya Swami ji shares the teachings of His respected Guru to move from the egocentric nature of the mind towards the divine nature of our soul. He encourages to reflect that inner stability and connection in all our actions and interactions with the world....

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Sep 02 2016

Experiencing Our True Self / Maintaining Connection to the Divine / Pujya Swamiji’s Name

At their beautiful retreat in Dorset, England in July 2016, Pujya Swamiji & Sadhviji discusses how to experience the true self & the importance of it. Sadhviji also advises on how to maintain our connection to the Divine even when we are in our less spiritual, busy worlds outside of retreats and ashrams and away from our Guru. We end with Pujya Swamiji explaining his name and the meaning of it....

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The Pain of A Broken Connection

A man once went to see a doctor complaining of aches and pains all over his body. “Doctor my whole body hurts me,” he moaned. The doctor asked him to show exactly where the pain was. The man explained, “When I touch my shoulder, it hurts. When I touch my back it hurts. When I touch my legs, they hurt.” The doctor did a thorough examination and told the man, “Sir, there is nothing wrong with your body. Your finger is broken. That is why it hurts wherever you touch. Get your finger...

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Rakhsha Bandhan – A Festival of Love, Affection & Protection

The holiday of Rakhsha Bandhan, or Rakhi, is a celebration of the bond of love and the bond of family. On this day, sisters tie sacred threads around their brothers’ wrists, symbolizing their love and affection. In return, the brother promises to protect his sister and to always be there for her. Rakhsha means protection or security and bandhan means a bond or relation. Thus, Rakhsha Bandhan symbolizes the bond of security and protection between brothers and sisters. Indian Culture – the world is one family However, on Rakhi, the brothers and sisters do...

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Fasting – Its Meaning, Its Purpose

Today, fasting has become a great trend across the world. In any bookstore you will find volumes of literature extolling one fast or another. There are juice fasts, water fasts, fruit fasts, etc. Fasting is frequently heralded as the “miracle weight loss” for those who have tried all else without success. Connection with the Divine However, while fasting is certainly of great health benefit, to define it merely as a type of “diet” is to undermine one of the oldest and most sacred spiritual practices. Fasting has been used for millennia by...

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