Kali as Brahman

August 29, 2015

The most important worship of Goddess Kali is in Her Nirguna or formless aspect, particularly through meditating upon her as infinite space and eternal time.

Shambhavi Chopra


Anger

August 23, 2015

At any stage, if there is a wave of anger or jealousy, you assert that you are not this anger or jealousy. You have nothing to do with it, for you are the Atman, which is always full of peace, joy and light. Reject the different conditions of mind and intellect, and affirm your all-full divine spiritual nature.

– Swami Chidananda


What You Think You Become

August 17, 2015

What you think, that you become. This is a universal law. You should always ceaselessly affirm that which you want to become, and then one day you will end up becoming that. This law is inevitable and nothing can hold it back.

Swami Chidananda


Guilelessness

August 16, 2015

Simplicity and guilelessness are the characteristics of all men of God.

Swami Chidananda


Absolute

August 11, 2015

Every act of one’s life should become an expression of conscious contemplation on the Absolute. Unless all acts are based on this consciousness, there cannot be any ultimate value in these acts. The Absolute is the life-principle of all things, acts and thoughts, and so, without it, everything becomes lifeless and devoid of meaning.

– Swami Krishnananda


Qualities

August 6, 2015

Each human individual has the potential of manifesting all these divine qualities. Living life in order to bring about these potentials is true culture and also the art and science of life. The failure to understand this truth about our real nature and to make our lives a process of inner awakening has brought mankind into this state of darkness. Swami Chidananda


Divine Name

July 28, 2015

The Lord’s Divine Name is a powerful specific for all these imperfections of your external personality. Lead the Divine Life; then and then alone will you be able to overcome the imperfections of your physical and mental natures and become established in desirelessness and renunciation.

– Swami Chidananda


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