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The Gita: Srimad Bhagwadgita: श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता : Chapter 2:16

“सत्य शाश्वत है, निरंतर है, कल्याणकारी है, शिव है। सत्य इन्द्रियों का विषय नहीं। सत्य का कभी अभाव नहीं होता और असत्य का कोई अस्तित्व ही नहीं है। वास्तव में जब तक हम पूर्ण सत्य से परिचित नहीं तब तक हम असत्य में जीते हैं। आपका संसार असत्य है परन्तु तत्त्व-दर्शी का एक तत्त्व शक्ति विज्ञान के सिद्ध के लिए यही संसार सत्य का परम सौंदर्य है – उस परम सत्य, शिव के इसी सौंदर्यपूर्ण समस्त संसार की रचना को हम शाक्त ‘महात्रिपुरसुंदरी’ कहते हैं।” – आचार्य अज्ञातदर्शन आनंद नाथ Continue reading

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The Gita: Srimad Bhagwadgita: श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता : Chapter 2:14 – 2:15

“Even one single practice taken up under the guidance and supervision of an able teacher can elevate your consciousness to the levels where from the goal is nearer and seems reachable. Also if you attempt any single practice wholeheartedly and all the time, it makes a superhuman out of an ordinary person for sure” says the Master. Continue reading

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How to get freedom from the cycle of birth and death?

“When you experience your innate infinite freedom you being is filled with infinite joy. This blissful state is what one should aim to achieve because this is Moskha, this is Nirvana” says Tantra Master Acharya Agyaatadarshan Anand Nath. Continue reading

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In the praise of divine fire (यज्ञभावनम्-3)

Yajna or Agnihotra is a powerful spiritual process for obtaining the grace of Shakti. The proof of the fact is that Yajna as a process for invoking higher powers and sending your intentions to higher realms has been accepted by all alike – Vaishanavas, Shaiva, Gaanapatyas and Shaaktas. Continue reading

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In the praise of Kama – Is Freud just quoting Atharva Veda?

We give credit to Sigmund Freud for postulating his famous theory around Kama as driving force in every relationship. This shloka from Atharva Veda should work as an eyeopener; Wherein Kama has been worshipped as the root cause of this cosmic play. Continue reading

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The Gita: Srimad Bhagwadgita: श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता : Chapter 2:11-2:13

Masters can smile in adverse situations for they are rooted in knowledge. Krishna seems to be smiling at everything.. in every situation. It is not a plastic smile it is expression of ‘joy of being’ the witness to self-created drama. Continue reading

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The Gita: Srimad Bhagwadgita: श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता : Chapter 2:06-2:10

Arjuna is ready to listen to his newly found Guru, Krishna. Everyone has to find one. Just to demonstrate the need for accepting a Guru to gain knowledge, Lord Krishna himself took this step. In his early life, he went to the Ashram of Sandipani Muni (currently in Ujjain) to learn sixty-four sciences from him. Whom are you waiting for? Are you waiting for a Mahabharata? Continue reading

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