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This essay is about the importance of faith and reason in our knowing and comprehending and leading a balanced life.
This essay is about the correlation between Hinduism and Rationalism, and how rationalist thinking has historically been recognized as an integral part of Hindu spiritual practice, philosophical inquiry and self-realization
This essay explains how according to the Bhagavadgita God, who is unknowable, becomes knowable in the mortal world and the mortal body as a reflection in the purity and impurity of Nature. From the Wisdom of the Bhagavadgita Series
This essay examines whether God and Creation are the same or different according to various schools of Hinduism, and how the divine qualities manifest in Nature as described in the tenth chapter of the Bhagavadgita.
The essay is about the meaning and purpose of abundance and the strategy to achieve success and happiness in life through the alchemy of abundance.
The Sadhus belong to the renunciant traditions of Hinduism and Jainism. Find here the meaning and significance of Sadhus, the ascetic people of India
We have this tradition of offering food to gods before eating it. We do the same in ritual worship (puja) as well as sacrificial worship (yajna). Why should we offer food to gods?
This essay is about Pushtimarg or nourishing the Self with divine love and happiness through selfless devotion to Lord Krishna, as propounded by Vallabhacharya, the founder of Shuddha Advaita
This essay compares guru worship with celebrity worship and the attitudes and behaviors associated with them.
Is celebrity worship a mental abnormality? This essay is about the three sets of attitudes and behaviors associated with celebrity worship or celebrity obsession
This is a comprehensive essay about celebrity worship syndrome, and why people become obsessed with celebrities, film stars and famous people.
Forgiveness is a divine quality. The essay is about cultivating the attitude of forgiveness through spiritual transformation according to the Bhagavadgita.
The relevance of the Bhagavadgita to the management functions and how it can be useful to managers in their administrative and managerial duties.
This essay explains the benefits of meeting holy people, Hindu gurus, sages and seers
Find the ten most distinguishing features of Buddhism namely Buddha, Dharma, Sangha, four noble truths, eightfold path, nirvana, monastic code and meditation techniques.
The attitude of forgiveness is a culmination of spiritual practice and your inner growth. By cultivating the attitude of forgiveness, you can cultivate all other related virtues.
This essay explains the uniqueness of the concept of Anatta, why Buddhism is the first and the last, scientific religion of the world, and why Buddha is a scientist cum prophet.
Find out how you can practice forgiveness in daily life and in different situations.
Three self-limiting beliefs abotu money which prevent people from creating wealth
This essay is about the concept of Varna and the history and development of Varna System in Hinduism from the early Vedic period.
Find out the qualities or factors that lead to abundance, peace and prosperity.
This essay is about self-esteem and how to build positive self-image to feel good, to be yourself and realize your true potentials, dreams and goals.
Ten ways to improve the quality of your thinking, feelings, perceptions and understanding to bring deeper spiritual awareness into your daily life.
This essay is about cultivating self-awareness in spiritual practice by paying attention to one’s thoughts and feelings to know truths about oneself, without cognitive distortions and self-deception.
This essay is about the seven important qualities of successful people or high achievers which set them apart
This essay is about what makes good leaders and seven important abilities or qualities which lead to excellence in leadership
This essay is about the 12 exceptional qualities which influential people possess and how they influence others.
This essay is about effective communication and how you can improve your communication skills in personal and professional life.
Find out the Ten foundational Featuers of Hinduism, which are responsible for the continuity and preservation of Hinduism, making it the oldest living religion of the world.
This essay is about Pramanas or the means used in the schools of Hinduism to validate knowledge or truth or know what is true or false
The essay is about the influence of the Nastika Vada or the schools of materialism and atheism of ancient India in the development of India’s major religions, especially Hinduism.
This essay is about the meaning, significance and symbolism of the sacred syllable Shri (or Sri) in Hinduism and its hidden connection with Hri.
This essay is about the myth and mythology in Hinduism and whether the Hindu Puranas should be considered mythology.
Find here nine important facts about Lord Shiva in Saivism and popular Hinduism
This is a comprehensive essay on idealism in Hinduism from various perspectives, with specific reference to Vedanta.
This essay provides comprehensive information on the importance of virtue, ethical conduct, morality and righteousness (dharma) in Hinduism.
This is a comprehensive essay on the ritual and spiritual importance of purity and cleanliness in Hinduism, the various types of impurities that afflict the mind and the body and their purification (suddhi)
This essay is about how Brahman (God) should be worshipped or approached, and whether he has a specific name and form.
The essay is about the meaning and concept of Astika, with a brief explanation of different Astika schools of Hinduism
This essay is about identifying and overcoming cognitive errors and biases which effect our daily thinking and problem solving so that we can make better choices and avoid making mistakes.
Original Translation and Commentary of the Ashtavakra Gita or Samhita by Jayaram V., which contains the Advaita Philosophy. Presented here as a continuing Series. Just Updated. Chapter 3, Verse 3: The Unified Vision
In this essay the author discusses the Holographic Principle or the idea that the universe is a hologram projected by a black hole and its correlation with the Advaita Vedanta of Hinduism.
Here is an important lesson to learn from the Bhagavadgita. Find out.
This essay is about the types of divine worship in Hinduism with specific reference to puja and which worship is the best
This essay describes the symbolism and significance of the epic Ramayana and its main characters.
A Prayer for auspiciousness, purity blessings and awakening by Jayaram V
This essay examines the justification to worship an indifferent and disinterested God with devotion if he is equal to all and favors none
Find here five Incredible Facts about the Earth You Would Probably Not Bother to Think.
There are many fake spiritual gurus in today's world. This essay lists ten important characteristics or signs of a fake spiritual guru people should be aware of
The essay suggests the reasons or the psychological and spiritual factors behinds love at first sight and first impressions, and how people should deal with them.
This essay explores the possible connection between psychedelic drugs and spiritual or mystic experiences according to the ethical practices of Hinduism and Buddhism.
In this essay, the author suggests a simple and straightforward approach to achieve success in any field or project.
Original Translation and Commentary of the Ashtavakra Gita or Samhita by Jayaram V., which contains the Advaita Philosophy. Presented here as a continuing Series.
This is a comprehensive essay on Buddhist Jhanas, the meditative states experienced by the Buddhist monks during their practice of Right Concentration on the Eightfold Path
Buddhism is an unconventional religion. Find out whether it can truly be considered a spiritual religion or a materialistic religion.
The Upanishads emphasize the importance of Self-transformation or Self-purification in spiritual practice for Moksha or liberation. This essay explains why it important.
In this essay we discuss Parinama Vada, the law of causation or cause and effect, which is an important aspect of Hinduism and Hindu speculative philosophies
This essays is about cultivating Equanimity with the Help of Emotions.
Hindus ritually worship images made of stone and other materials. Is the practice of idol worship or image worship justified in Hinduism? Find out.
This essay is about the significance of Yamas and Niyamas in the Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali
What do we mean when we say Hinduism is a way of life? How is it different from other religions? Find out.
This essay is about cultivating detachment for greater freedom and happiness by understanding your attachments and motivation
The archetypal meaning, cultural significance and symbolism of the human body in Hinduism
This is a brief overview of the symbolism in the concepts, gods and goddesses of Hinduism
The essay is about guidelines or observances for Fasting for devout Hindus.
How do you respond to criticism? The essay suggests a positive approach to use criticism to know others and improve relationships
This essay explains the hidden symbolism and significance of Ganesha in the human body and in creation as the son of Shiva and Parvathi.
This essay explains the hidden truth in the legend of how Ganesha became the leader of Gods in the Hindu pantheon.
The essay is a comparative study of the similarities and differences in the karma doctrine of Hinduism and Buddhism
This essay explains the process of rebirth, reincarnation or transmigration in the context of Anatta or the Not Self concept of Buddhism.
This essay deals with the broad divisions of knowledge in Hinduism and their importance in Hindu ritual and spiritual practices.
This essay is about understanding the working of karma in daily life from a Buddhist perspective to cultivate discernment with mindfulness on the Eightfold Path.
In this essay, we present the meaning and significance of awakening in Buddhism which lead to the discerning wisdom, insightful awareness, meditative absorption (Samadhi) and Nirvana.
This essay is about the problem of understanding Hinduism because of its diversity and complexity due to historical reasons.
This essay is about the concept of resurrection of the dead and whether it exists in any form in Hinduism
The complexity of Hindu rituals is explained. Know the types of Hindu rituals and their importance in the ritual and spiritual practices of Hinduism