Monthly Archives: February 2013

Mind at Meditation

  By Swami Chinmayananda  An alert undisturbed mind is the Mind at Meditation.  Here is how to attain this: When we look at an object through our mind, we never see the object as it is.  We always see it … Continue reading

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What is ‘Mantra’

 By Chamunda Swami The word ‘Mantra’ is a Sanskrit word, made up of two root words. Man means ‘mind’ or thinking, tra means ‘to release or to free’.  Therefore the meaning of mantra is to free the mind and thinking from … Continue reading

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The Perfect Love

  By Paramhamsa Yogananda The world as a whole has forgotten the real meaning of the word Love.  But to define love is very difficult, for the same reason that words cannot fully describe the flavor of an orange.  You have to … Continue reading

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How to Declutter Your Mind

  By Sri Sri Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari We have all learned to rejoice in the world outside of us. But did we ever ponder that no joy really happens outside us but is instead our inner state of mind?  Either we … Continue reading

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Are you Awake?

  By David Simon M.D. Our conditioned mind is woven out memories and desires, most of which restrict our experience of life. When our mind, imprisoned in the past, drives our choices, we live in relentless search of security, control, … Continue reading

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