In one of his beautiful Dohas Sant Kabir Das ji says: “Pothi Padh Padh Kar Jag Mua, Pandit Bhayo Na Koye; Dhai Aakhar Prem Ke, Jo Padhe so Pandit Hoye.” Literal Translation: Reading books where everyone died, none became anymore wise; one who reads the word of Love, only becomes wise. My understanding: Caught up [...]
Past lives….. we have so many questions about this…. But no one knows the truth… our scriptures give us an indication and a lot more is hearsay.
Congratulations to SSRVM's for securing 100% result in the 10th Standard board exams in 2013.
How our ancient civilizations lived in harmony with the creation?What is Ayurveda and what is the importance of Sanskrit ?Who were the saints and great kings of our land?How is ancient wisdom relevant to your life today?
When I was reflecting on what has propelled me to be happy , I was humbled to realize how simple it was.
I couldn't resist sharing my list with you.
Have you read Fairy tales, Panchatantra tales etc? overlooking all obstacles and hindrances, including the people who have not, without further delay ...
In The Bible there is a saying that, “Whoever has will be given more; whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him."
In our day-to-day life we observe that, generally this is true. Money attracts more money. God seems to be unjust. He doesn't distribute the wealth equally.
But if we look at the deeper meaning of this sentence from Bible, it tells us a different story.
History is replete with examples of very high 'IQ' people who did remarkably well in some sphere of life but were a total failure in some other sphere. When Einstein was young, his parents seriously thought he was mentally disabled. In his later years Einstein was a failure in his personal life too. How can a high IQ personlike Einstein do poorly in school and be a failure in his personal life? If 'IQ' is a biological characteristic of individual brain, then it can not vary drastically from situation to situation for the same person.....
Rishi Kahola Kaushitaki in his Kaushitaki Brahmana records that Maha Shivaratri was celebrated even during the Mahabharatha times, i.e. 5100 years ago.
From a metaphysical perspective, Shiva can be split as sha+ee+va where
'sha' stands for Shareeram, body,
'ee' stands for eeshwari, life giving energy (Shakt"ee") and
'va' stands for vayu or motion.
If the Shakt“ee” is removed from Shiva (potential of life), it gets reduced to sha+va or shava (lifeless body)
Just slap yourself out of the Devdas expression on your face and do something so it can be replaced with a smile (once that’s done, you’ll also have to start brushing your teeth). Before you know it, you will become light as a butterfly, beautiful and attractive. You’ll just float through life, dealing with obstructions cleverly. And who knows, when the sattva mounts, you’ll start leaving behind your colours on those who get to meet you! ;)