Tag: Formless Sprituality

The Poetry of the Highest

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WHO KNOWS HOW MOTHER PLAYS!

Perchance a prophet thou —
Who knows? Who dares touch
The depths where Mother hides
Her silent failless bolts!

Perchance the child had glimpse



... WHAT IS VEDANTA ? ...

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Om. Vedanta is that bold philosophy which teaches the unity of life or oneness of consciousness.



The Temple of God

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By Civivakkiyar
(9th Century)

English version by Kamil V. Zvelebil

In bricks and in granite,
in the red-rubbed lingam,
in copper and brass
is Siva's abode --



YOU, ME & GOD ...

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YOU, ME & GOD ...

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POOJYA GURUDEV SWAMI CHINMAYANANDA

"Swamiji, I don't believe in God".



BECOME DYNAMIC

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BECOME DYNAMIC

If a man feels even a little bit for his present deplorable
condition; if he attempts even to show a slight improvement; if there



Questions

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I just wrote a little "bit" and lost it somehow...i'm not the most computer savvy. I was questioning Life, and asked why we have to slot each other as spiritual, or religious, or whatever.



Love is the Centre-Point of Life: Amma

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Amma began her 55th Birthday Address by saying that the point of religious and cultural festivals was to help human beings gain peace of mind. Amma lamented that in general this wasn’t happening.



What is Mind?

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Self itself is the Spritual Guru in pusuit of Truth or Self Realization

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Religious and yogic gurus are not spiritual gurus. No spiritual master accept anyone as his disciple. Religious and yogic gurus are based on the 'I' or ego as self and conceptual god as reality.



THE FOUNDATION OF ETHICS ...

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THE FOUNDATION OF ETHICS

Put yourself in the place of others. Learn this great secret. What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others. The doctrine