Krishna is not a passive point of concentration – he is the proactive fount of compassion
Feb01

Krishna is not a passive point of concentration – he is the proactive fount of compassion

Yogis begin their meditation by using various objects as initial points of concentration. The Bhagavad-gita mentions…

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Devotion defangs and domesticates our desires
Jan05

Devotion defangs and domesticates our desires

Desires are often thought of as enemies for seekers because they entangle us in material things. The Bhagavad-gita (13.22)…

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Gradual destruction is as destructive as sudden destruction
Oct10

Gradual destruction is as destructive as sudden destruction

When sudden, huge destruction occurs because of, say, an earthquake, we are jolted out of our routine complacency. Being…

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See through the mind’s troika of denial, misdirection and self-victimization
Oct04

See through the mind’s troika of denial, misdirection and self-victimization

The mind often sabotages us by making us do foolish things. Pertinently, the Bhagavad-gita (06.06) cautions that the mind…

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Healing requires not just the expelling of germs, but primarily the boosting of immunity
Aug05

Healing requires not just the expelling of germs, but primarily the boosting of immunity

When germs infect us and we start feeling sick, we take treatment for driving out the germs. However, healing requires not…

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