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Give a certain percentage of your earning to universe by helping those who needed it the most.One is never poor to help out.Give according to ur capacity.Take care of Gods poor family too.The Fakir by Ruzbeh N. Bharucha
Because we can never be the owner of money.after your death money will go in someone else hands.This will reduce your Karmic debts too.
The Significance of Christmas is known to men, all over the world. Though it is true that Christmas is celebrated as the day of the Birth of Christ into this world, yet it also symbolizes a very deeply significant truth of the spiritual life. Jesus Christ is the very personification of Divinity. He was born at a time when ignorance, superstition, greed, hatred and hypocrisy prevailed upon the land. Purity was forgotten and morality was neglected.
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A saligramam is not just a sacred stone, it is handed down as a family heirloom, writes Aruna Srinivasan
The elderly aunt was fresh from her morning bath, her wet hair neatly tied into a bun with a white towel. She was engrossed in drawing Kolam, the floor pattern drawn with white rice flour in her puja room. After adorning the idols of an assortment of gods and goddesses with flowers, she opened the lid of a small silver container that was shaped like a…
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You do not need to “set time aside” in your life to connect with God, although it’s great if you can. Many of the below suggestions can be done while you're driving,…Continue
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external world is only a reflection of our inner world Our thoughts and
feelings dictate the way we perceive and experience life.
People and the environment only respond and correspond to the kind of vibrations we generate
Trapped by emotions and mood swings, we suffer and make others suffer Though
controlling the mind may seem as impossible as harnessing the whirlwind,…
Hanuman, a vaanara (monkey), gained the exalted status of deity while Ravana, with the worlds wealth in the palm of his hand, was reduced to naught. The difference between Hanuman and Ravana was that the former leaned towards spiritual treasures whereas the latter gravitated towards the material temptations of the world.
Hanuman was humble and wanted to be the greatest devotee; Ravana was inflated with ego; he wanted to be the mightiest king. Hanuman spurned…
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Perhaps you’re the type of person who has a bad habit of thinking too much about negative thoughts. To describe that perfectly, that’s negative thinking, such as “I’m so sad”, “I cannot do it”, or “I feel ugly.” How do you eliminate a bad habit when it is totally dwelling in your mind?
Here is a simple technique I use to squash negative patterns of thought. It is actually a method I derived from…Continue
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Every deity has his or her favourite offering with which the devotees please them and celebrate the days important to them.
Kaavadi is the most important offering to Lord Subrahmanya (Lord Muruga). It is an ornamented arched pole which the devotees bear on their shoulder while the rites of this offering are in progress. It is observed either during January-February or October-November in most parts of India.
Though Kaavadi is observed…Continue
It is rather easier to feel positive when everything goes well, but real positive thinking is revealed when you can maintain it difficult times. It is then that you need it most.
In difficult times, when there are problems and the economic condition is tough, it is so easy to get into negative thinking and self-pity, and be sucked into a vicious circle of worries, fears and the expectation of more problems, lack of money or poverty.
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One person, Benedict, who reported his near-death experience in great detail, came close to describing eternity. After seeing shifting images, Benedict became aware that what he was actually seeing was the Higher Self matrix, a cosmic pattern of consciousness. Each person has a Higher Self that serves as an oversoul and also as a conduit back to the source.
Gazing at the matrix of souls, Benedict became aware they were all…
In Chennai on the occasion of the platinum jubilee celebrations of the Brahma Kumaris, DADI HRiDAYA MOHINI talks to B SIVAKUMAR on how to make the mind our best friend.
How do the Brahma Kumaris view the problems the world faces today?
We believe that all problems faced by all of us can be eradicated by enhancing values that strengthen character in all people. There is a well-known saying that ‘if character is lost, everything is lost’. Hence, our…Continue
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Spiritual Story by Mother Teresa
Some of my sisters work in Australia. On a reservation, among the Aborigines, there was an elderly man. I can assure you that you have never seen a situation as difficult as that poor old man's. He was completely ignored by everyone. His home was disordered and dirty.
I told him,…
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The soul is disguised when you are tired or stressed; you are pulled outside yourself; your attention is dominated by externals; you let others think for you; you act out of compulsion; you are influenced by fear and anxiety; you struggle and suffer.
Theses conditions have to change before the soul connection can be reestablished. Death provides access to the domain of the soul, but Vedanta declares that the soul has a great deal…
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