Category: Spirituality - Page: 16

HOW I GOT UNDER THE SPELL OF SPIRITUAL INDIA

Friday, 25 May 2018 | Bhagwati Saraswati| in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- Most people go to India seeking enlightenment, or at least advanced yoga studies. I went because I liked the food. Twenty two years ago, I had graduated from Stanford and was doing my PhD in psychology, with only my dissertation left. It was time for a travel break. I agreed...

ALL SPIRITUAL MASTERS SPEAK OF THE SAME TRUTH THOUGH COUCHED IN DIFFERENT WORDS

Friday, 25 May 2018 | U Pandita Anand | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- Quantum Theory explains the nature and behaviour of Matter and Energy at the molecular and the atomic level. Over hundred years ago, Law of Quantum Mechanics was conceived with the prime principle that energy is neither created nor destroyed, but it is merely converted to other forms. The earliest versions of Quantum Mechanics...

SRI RAMAKRISHNA – THE BHAVA ROGA VAIDYA

Friday, 25 May 2018 | Swami Atmavidananda | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- Swami Vivekananda in his Ramakrishna Stotra which starts with the words ‘Achndala Pratihatarao….’   declares Sri Ramakrishna as Bhava Roga Vaidaya in the words   ‘… Yami gurum Sharanam Bhava Vaidyam’.  Swami Abhedanandaji  in his stotra  Omkaravedyaha  also  calls Sri Ramakrishna as  Bhava roga vaidyam   First of all we have to understand the meaning of Bhava Roga.   Bhava Roga can broadly be explained as the transmigratory...

BE THANKFUL TO GOD

Sunday, 20 May 2018 | Sant Rajinder Singh | in Agenda— Let us recount the many things for which we owe gratitude to God, the giver. That will pave the way towards a better life, writes Sant Rajinder Singh First, we are extremely fortunate that our soul was born into a human body. If we look around at all the various species of...

WHY GANDHI IS STILL RELEVANT

Sunday, 20 May 2018 | Pramod Pathak | in Agenda— If we can boast of two truly global Indian personalities in every sense of the term, then Buddha and Gandhi will definitely come to our mind. Though separated in history by more than two millennia, both these names were remembered recently in the month of April. Buddha on the Buddha Purnima day and...

Human Dialogue Must Shine with Universalism

Friday, 18 May 2018 | Vir Singh | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- Human species in the course of evolution has attained the status of a universal being. Human engagement in universal dialogue, therefore, becomes an indispensable phenomenon of human life. Universal dialogue, in essence, is complementary with other universal human phenomena. In the absence of a universal dialogue, the humankind...

Yoga is an instrument of transforming self and the world

Friday, 18 May 2018 | Swami Ramdev | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- I have been practising Yoga since I was nine years old.  What I have learnt through years engaged in Yoga is that it stimulates sensitivity, begets courage to face challenges head-on, deepens knowledge and further enhances capacities inherent in us. I am sure nothing bad can happen if one clings...

Why Evil in life if the God were its creator?

Friday, 18 May 2018 | Romit Bagchi | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- The people, in general, across the world believe that God is an extra-cosmic figure who, though the creator, is aloof from its creation. He views it from his Olympian height and enjoys himself while sitting on judgment with a scale in his hand and weighing the good and...

How Faith Carves Way For Peace And Liberation

Friday, 11 May 2018 | Neeraj Kumar Pandey | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- Just as life we live on the surface is a journey without, in the world, though multitudinous experiences, good and bad, faith is a journey within, into the deeps, diving into soul. Majority of people, however, are not able to cling to faith while living life and...

Rabindranath Tagore’s musing on death

Friday, 11 May 2018 | Romit Bagchi | in Devbhoomi Spiritual–- Though it was Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniversary we have just celebrated I wonder why his philosophy of death keeps haunting me irresistibly. I could have easily written on his celebration of birth and life his unimaginably rich oeuvre of creations is brimming with. But his meditation on death...