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Spiritual Greed

By on Dec 28, 2015 in Bhagavad Gita, Body, Chakra, DevMaya, Energy, Forgiveness, Healing, Health, Karma, Meditation, Prana, Purification, Sharing, Thinking | 1 comment

When a person starts his/her spiritual path, various road blocks obstruct them. One of the major roadblock is that people start to initiate good karmic deeds mechanically. As in, if someone is told to donate food to charity for 10 kids, then the person might start off mechanically at first. Though the person is doing the right thing, but the inner drive is absent as the driving force is only the words told by a teacher which we do to negate our bad karma. This mindset will not get us too far as we have not kindled our inner self to do those good deeds. Spiritual greed has various forms. The point where spiritual greed becomes dangerous is when we start comparing with our fellow mates or loved ones, when it gives rise to spiritual pride or ego. Also sometimes while doing charity in a group effort, if in the back of the mind a person is trying to give more through his hand then his mates...

Understanding the Reason for Ailments in Our Body

By on Jul 9, 2015 in Body, Chakra, DevMaya, Energy, Forgiveness, Healing, Health, Karma, Meditation, Prana, Purification, Thinking | 0 comments

Our own thinking patterns effect the health of our body. Each emotional thought pattern is really an underlying “reason” of a physical illness. Understanding the ailment can help us address the cause and thereby riding the body of the disease. That doesn’t mean that you can forgo mainstream medicine all together. Sometimes when you don’t listen to the messages of your body; the issue progresses and requires medical attention. These metaphysical concepts can help you understand why the illness formed, and how you can include metaphysical practices to help support the medical treatment from your physician. These thought patterns we set up within our consciousness find their control over our subconsciousness through a form of grief. Even if it seems to be a tiny issue, there is an element of loss and grief within the situation. By identifying what the grief...

Distance Energy Healing

By on Jun 19, 2014 in Bhagavad Gita, Body, Chakra, DevMaya, Energy, Forgiveness, Healing, Health, Karma, Meditation, Prana, Purification, Thinking | 0 comments

Energy healing has been practiced for ages in many societies. The advent of long distance communications allowed us to stay in touch with relatives and friends that may live thousands of miles away from us. With this modern freedom, at times we find ourselves in a situation where those persons are sick, recovering in a hospital, or going through a difficult period in their lives, and we can’t be physically present to provide the support we would like to. If we are considering helping with non-physical energies (bioenergies, chi, prana), we can ask ourselves about distance energy healing: how it works, how to transmit it to another person, how long it takes, how would the other person receive it and finally about the healing process itself and the discernment. Distance Energy healing is the answer to your problems. Distance Energy Healing is basically healing spiritually someone at a...

Buddha Nature

By on May 1, 2014 in Bhagavad Gita, Body, DevMaya, Energy, Healing, Health, Karma, Meditation, Prana, Purification, Sharing | 0 comments

Broadly speaking Buddha-nature is concerned with ascertaining what allows sentient beings to become Buddhas. The term, Buddha nature, is a translation of the Sanskrit coinage, ‘Buddha-dhātu’, which seems first to have appeared in the Mahayana Mahaparinirvana Sutra, where it refers to ‘a sacred nature that is the basis for [beings’] becoming buddhas.’ The idea of Buddha-nature originated in India, and was further developed in China, due to the different culture Buddhism had to adapt to. It was the result of an interplay between various strands of Buddhist thought, on the nature of human consciousness and the means of awakening. When the Buddha became enlightened he realized that all beings without exception have the same nature and potential for enlightenment, and this is known as buddha nature. Buddha is one who has developed his or her compassion (Tib....

Sanat Kumara

By on Feb 24, 2014 in DevMaya, Healing, Karma, Meditation, Sharing | 0 comments

Sanat kumara was one of the Four Kumaras, the four Manasputras (mind-born-sons) or spiritual sons of Brahma according to Puranic texts of Hinduism, including the Bhagavata Purana, whose other sons were Sanaka, Sanatana, and Sanandana. Sanatkumara in Sanskrit means “eternal youth”. Though in Mahabharata, total seven sons are mentioned, namely: Aniruddha, Sana, Sanatsujata, Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanatkumara, Kapila, and Sanatana and further mentions that,”Knowledge comes to these seven rishis, of itself (without being dependent on study or exertion). These seven are wedded to the religion of Nivritti (inward contemplation). They are the foremost of all persons conversant with Yoga. They are possessed also of deep knowledge of the Sankhya philosophy. They are preceptors of the scriptures on duty and it is they that introduce the duties of the religion of Nivritti (inward...

Who Is A Guru

By on Jan 1, 2014 in Bhagavad Gita, DevMaya, Energy, Forgiveness, Healing, Karma, Meditation | 0 comments

Guru (Devanagari गुरु) is a Sanskrit term for “teacher” or “master”, especially in Indian religions. The Hindu guru-shishya tradition is the oral tradition or religious doctrine or experiential wisdom transmitted from teacher to student. Guru means the imparter of knowledge (jñāna; also Pali: ñāna). It also means ‘heavy,’ or ‘weighty,’ in the sense of “heavy with knowledge, heavy with spiritual wisdom, heavy with spiritual weight, heavy with the good qualities of scriptures and realization, or “heavy with a wealth of knowledge. The word has its roots in the Sanskrit gri (to invoke, or to praise), and may have a connection to the word gur, meaning ‘to raise, lift up, or to make an effort’. Sanskrit guru is cognate with Latin gravis ‘heavy; grave, weighty, serious’  and Greek βαρύς barus...