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This is a famous line in one of my favourite movie ‘The Prestige’ by Christopher Nolan. The magician performs tricks, purposely distracts us lest we ‘find out too soon!’ but at the same time sprinkles out ample hints for those who watch closely. The world is a stage with amazing magic tricks performed on us! Master… Continue reading Are you watching closely?
“The senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch are all separate suggestions of God. I can disconnect them one by one. I used to do that as a boy. I came to realize that this is all God’s movie: true not only to the senses of sight and sound as movies are, but also to the… Continue reading The suggestion game
Compilations from my Facebook posts inspired by the following conversation with Yogananda: “Master,” I said, “have I been your disciple for thousands of years?” The very thought that it could take so long to find God appalled me. “It has been a long time,” he replied; “that’s all I will say.” [3d-flip-book mode=”fullscreen” urlparam=”fb3d-page” id=”359″ title=”false”] Pdf… Continue reading That’s all I will say
Compilation of my Facebook posts inspired by the following story shared by Nayaswamis Jyotish and Devi: There is a humorous but instructive story in which a young man asks a wise, older gentleman for advice: “How is it that you have such good judgment?” The sage slowly reflects, and then says, “Good judgment is born… Continue reading Junior Yogi Senior Yogi
Selected quotes of Paramhansa Yogananda [3d-flip-book mode=”fullscreen” urlparam=”fb3d-page” id=”192″ title=”false”] Pdf version here: Words of Yogananda.pdf
People want go getters, who can get work done. But at the cost of getting work done, most people compromise their values. There are two principles that have been at the basis of what we’ve done. One is that people are more important than things, and the other is that where there is adherence to truth, there… Continue reading The game changer
One of Lahiri Mahasaya’s favorite remarks, given as encouragement for his students’ perseverance. A free translation is: “Striving, striving, one day behold! the Divine Goal!” One thing that I discovered during my high school days was, if you need to be good at something, you need to practice regularly chiseling it with refinement and giving… Continue reading Banat, banat, ban jai
I like Christopher Nolan’s movie and at many places I find hidden a treasure of spiritual truths. This one is on the Interstellar movie. The movie is available on iTunes or Netflix. For many people, more than the interstellar journey, the inner journey may be startling. It could be intimately intimidating. How does one take a step? From… Continue reading Inner stellar journey
We have all heard or used the phrase ‘concentrate on your studies’ but no one ever told how to. To concentrate is like finding the center of concentric circles. One of the best practices to attain this level of focus is the ‘Hong-Sau’ technique. You can learn the technique here: https://www.ananda.org/meditation/how-to-meditate/ We don’t do much here… Continue reading Center everywhere, circumference nowhere