Take mindfulness to its fullness by becoming mindful of the fullest reality
Feb23

Take mindfulness to its fullness by becoming mindful of the fullest reality

Mindfulness is, broadly speaking, the conscious awareness of what we are doing, why we are doing it, what we are thinking…

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The Absolute’s oneness is not in non-differentiation, but in non-disconnection
Nov02

The Absolute’s oneness is not in non-differentiation, but in non-disconnection

The Absolute Truth is one. This intuition has dawned on many thinkers worldwide who have sought first principles, the foundational…

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To change the way you feel, change the way you think
Jan21

To change the way you feel, change the way you think

Suppose someone wants to rid a field of weeds – and they get a lawn mower. They may remove the weeds, but the roots will remain…

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Bhakti makes expanded awareness our enduring awareness
Oct30

Bhakti makes expanded awareness our enduring awareness

During the course of our life, we may get a glamorized lifestyle product, but find the pleasure thereof pathetically short-lived.…

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Maya is not just illusion in perception – it is essentially illusion in conception
Feb29

Maya is not just illusion in perception – it is essentially illusion in conception

Thoughtful people know that our perceptions can illusion us. Such illusions are, say, mirages or the apparent bending …

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We may be far away from Krishna, but Krishna is always close to us
Jul15

We may be far away from Krishna, but Krishna is always close to us

The distance between two people in any relationship is a function not of bodily location but of emotional disposition. …

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