|The True Meaning of Spiritualism
Find out what is the true meaning of spiritualism and how to
identify a truly spiritual person.
|Understanding Our Attachments And The Practice of Non-Attachment:
Find out how our thoughts and actions are influenced by our
attachments and how we can cultivate non-attachment.
|Conquering Fears Through Mindfulness:
Find out what causes fear, the various manifestations of fear and
how it can be managed through mindfulness, visualization and
staying in the present.
|The Soul, The Ego and The Process of Liberation:
Find out how the soul becomes entangled with the ego personality
and how the process can be reversed through yoga and the help of a
|The Soul and the Mind:
Learn to know the distinction between the two and how you can
overcome the limitations of your mind to become soul centric.
|The Spiritual Laws of Human Life:However,
if we look at the world more reflectively and penetratingly,
hidden beneath all the turmoil and confusion, we cannot fail to
notice the intelligent blue print of the universe, manifesting
itself in various ways as intelligent forms, patterns, shapes,
aspects, energies, dimensions, objects and rhythmic movements of
|The Unity of Life and The Realization of Self:
The diversity of our world is perhaps intentional on the part of
the Creator because it is integral to the blue print and the
purpose of creation. We cannot say it is abnormal or undesirable
because it is a manifestation of the divine will and so as sacred
as the rest of His creation and Himself.
|A Comparative Study of Middle Path In Eastern Religions:
The principle of moderation is an integral part of many eastern
religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Taoism. Most of
these religions draw a distinction between socio religious
pragmatism and uncompromising ascetic idealism...
|The Law of Abundance, Creating Prosperity:
The universe is an embodiment of God. Filled with billions upon
billions of galaxies and vast distances, it truly reflects His
infinity, vastness, power and richness. There must be countless
planets out there containing resources beyond our wildest
|Intention and Manifestation:
Intention has its own power. The intention is either conscious or
subconscious. We may know about it in advance or we may not. Many
intention are forgotten once they were created.
Truth, Bliss and Harmony:
There is an intelligent design hidden in the universe. Whether
it is the structure of an atom, composition of a cell or
configuration of a star system, we can see this intelligent design
hidden everywhere. Even in the seemingly random process of
evolution and our births and deaths, we can see the hand of
intelligent design playing its dutiful role.
|Belief, Reason and Emotion
Emotion, reason and belief play a very important and meaningful
role in our lives. They are the three most important tools of the
human mind that assist us greatly to comprehend the world and deal
with it appropriately.
|The Four Universal Truths About Suffering:
Any one who is familiar with the nature of suffering would admit
to the following four universal truths concerning it.
|The one and the many
All religions acknowledge that the God is omnipresent and is the
ruler as well as
dweller of the whole creation. Since God is present in each and
every aspect of it, it logically follows that the it is divine and
sacred and that each and every object in it and each and
every aspect of it, including ourselves, the good and the bad, the
high and the low, deserve our unconditional love, respect and
|The Seven Creations
The Seven Creations are found in almost every Purana. They are all
preceded by what Wilson translates -- "the indiscrete
Principle," absolute Spirit independent of any relation with
objects of sense.
|The Symbols of Pythagoras
All the Symbols are exhortatory in common to the whole of virtue;
but particularly each to some particular virtue. Different symbols
also are differently adapted to parts of philosophy and
discipline. Thus for instance the first Symbol directly exhorts to
piety and divine science.
|Why should we eat only vegertarian food ?
In spiritualism we often come across this fundamental question.
Why should any one eat only vegetarian food? There are arguments and counter
arguments about what we should and should not eat. Some people
argue that it does not matter what you eat as long as you are
leading a pure life and do not have craving for a particular kind