Monthly Archives: January 2014

Practising Presence in Conversation

 By Eckhart Tolle It’s not easy. The moment you start talking, the two minds come together and so they strengthen each other. A flow starts, a stream of thought. A moment ago you were present, and then somebody starts talking. … Continue reading

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What is Yoga?

.  By Paramahamsa Yogananda Yoga means union. Etymologically, it is connected to the English word, yoke. Yoga means union with God, or, union of the little, ego-self with the divine Self, the infinite Spirit. Most people in the West, and … Continue reading

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Journey of a Yogi

By Pratichi Mathur  The sages watched the fabric of the “so called reality” weaved by ceaseless thoughts that arose and dipped like waves, they knew something – it is not real. It changes. It is temporary. The world projected by … Continue reading

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