Moksha or liberation is not some achievement but a state of complete ownership and awareness. When neither Life nor death hinders your ability to engage with life completely and you
There is belief and there is seeking. The greatest tragedy that has befallen the Dharmic seeking of the Truth is that it has been equated to Religion’s pursuit of belief.
The time before sunrise is called the Brahma Muhurta. It is the best time for spiritual practices. The entire process culminates with welcoming the sun. How significant this time is,
Dualism is the perspective of existence that one comes to when one is rooted in the physical. Physicality is necessarily dual. It cannot exist without the occurrence of dualism in this creation. But Non-Dualism (or Advaita as it is known) is not a “different” perspective but a perceiving of the reality the way it is.
Mandana Misra was a householder spiritual Guru of his time who was a student of mimamsa scholar Kumarila Bhatta. He would perform all the rituals of the Vedas and followed
On Aug 3, 2012 while returning from Kailash Yatra I first saw Swami Nithyananda. He was walking back and forth in heavy gold ornaments with his disciple. He would go
Over the last few years, the left (and the their ideological allies, the Congress and its bedfellows the regional so-called secular parties) – in order to spite their political rivals, the BJP
On International Yoga Day, in celebrations at the UN, Sadhguru led the celebrations and answered a lot of questions of the dignitaries there. Amongst the things he said some were:
Does God exist? This is a question that has troubled many and has been answered in many ways. In India specifically, the route chosen was experiential. No apriori assumption was
In spirituality, the physical has been termed as not the most important part of one’s being. In fact, spiritual work starts beyond the physical. So, should we disregard the physical?