Manasarovar

For those who do not know, Manasarovar is a lake known for its high spiritual values in both Hinduism and Buddhism, in Tibetan region of Himalayas. It lies at 14,940 feet above sea level and is the highest fresh water lake in the world. Manasarovar was supposedly created by the Hindu God, Brahma in his…

Swami Ram: Guidance & Practice

I wish everyone a Christmas that will bestow divine blessings and peace. Here is a very informative excerpt as Swami Rama, the Himalayan Sage talks about Guidance and Practice of Yoga Meditation. Click on the play button to hear it in his voice. Here is the MP3 of the recording. Right click and then click…

Free Spirits

I read this article on Lifepositive.com about a year ago and could immediately relate to the Author (Arundhati Bhanot) and her experiences. I’m posting it here for this website’s readers. BY Arundhati Bhanot Once in a while, one comes across a soul who has let go of the world. And when such a deep meditative…

I AM THAT

This morning I had the urgency to get my discipline back and my meditation and other practices in order, which I have been ignoring for a long time now. These words of wisdom used to hang in my office when I worked at MVU. For everyone’s good, here is the Ultimate Truth as spoken by…

Never Quit

This article was sent to me by a local Professor, who also conducts weekly discourse on Bhagwat Gita. I found it highly inspiring and just had to put it out here so others can benefit from it. Peace~ Thomas Edison and His Light BulbWhen Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, he tried over 2000 experiments…

Mahavtar Babaji – Ageless Sage

The article below is taken from Lifepositive.com. My write-up on my visit to Babaji’s Cave in Himalayas is here. By Anjali Bagwe Mahavatar Babaji, a Himalayan mahayogi said to be about 1,800 years old, is the founder of Kriya Yoga. The world first heard about him courtesy Paramahansa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi. Today, many…

Maha Shivratri

Maha Shivratri or Shivratri (Night of Shiv) is a Hindu festival celebrated every year on the 14th day in the Krishna Paksha of the month Phalguna in the Hindu Calendar. The most significant practices on this day are offerings of Bael (Bilva) leaves to the Lord Shiv, fasting and all night long vigil. For believers,…

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