Category: Spirituality - Page: 19

Devraha Baba Blessed Me

Friday, 20 April 2018 | Maria Wirth | in Devbhoomi Spiritual– It was an odd picture: on one side there were cultured, often wealthy people, the ladies in silk and with lots of jewellery, and the car parked nearby by the chauffeur. And yet they were the supplicants, who with folded hands and barefoot tripped from one foot to...

The Ultimate Selfie

Friday, 20 April 2018 | Bhagawati Saraswati| in Devbhoomi Spiritual– How to experience that am-ness? Ironically, one could it say it is by taking an inner “selfie.” Most of us live in our outer world – our appearance, our career, our financial status, our relationships. We build an identity out of these as blocks. But if we take the...

From Sri Aurobindo’s Letters on Yoga

Friday, 20 April 2018 | Team Devbhoomi Spiritual | in Devbhoomi Spiritual– It is a fact always known to all yogis and occultists since the beginning of time, in Europe and in Africa as in India, that wherever yoga is done, there the Hostile Forces gather together to stop it by any means. It is known that there is...

How I met in Haridwar Devraha Baba, the mystic from Eternal India.

Friday, 13 April 2018 | Maria Wirth | in Devbhoomi Spiritual– I had landed in Haridwar in April 1980 at the Ardha Kumbh Mela on the advice of a photographer in Delhi without knowing what to expect. He had mentioned that a festival was being celebrated there, but I had no idea what type of festival it was and...

I CLICK THEREFORE I AM

Friday, 13 April 2018 | Bhagawati Saraswati | in Devbhoomi Spiritual– Neurology and psychology both explain that the way to ensure experiences are wired deeply into our consciousness is to really experience them the first time. What does it smell like? Look like? Feel like? The moments we remember forever, the moments engraved upon our awareness are moments of...

From “Swami Vivekananda’s Footprint on Uttarakhand Himalayas”

Friday, 13 April 2018 | Suchismita Sengupta Pandey | in Devbhoomi Spiritual– A love of pilgrimage characterizes the Hindi monk. As the proverb has it, “A wondering monk and flowing water do not become dirty, by not remaining in one place for long. Moreover, who does not aspire to visit the places of pilgrimage, made more holy by the...

DOON RESIDENTS REEL UNDER SEVERE POWER CRUNCH

Tuesday, 10 April 2018 | PNS | Dehradun- Dehradun residents have been reeling under severe power cut spells for the past few days. The power department officials ascribe the power cuts to winds and rain in the city as well as to repair/ maintenance works being undertaken by the department. In Dalanwala area, several spells of undeclared power cuts were reported on...

THE GITA AND RELIGIOUS HARMONY

The Gita is a unique text that contains the most powerful thoughts not just from Hinduism, but from all other systems of faith, writes ASHA GOSWAMI A common view about The Gita is that it carries the gist of all the traditions in India. So, if one reads it, they would have an idea about all the important Hindu texts. This view...

UNHAPPINESS FOR THE WRONG REASONS

It is easy to get upset over small things and lose the will to do things intelligently. Keeping faith is key, writes AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI Yes, we do get unhappy for reasons which have no basis whatsoever. I have taken up some common reasons here why people get sad. I will start with attachment. We get attached to someone and...

NOTHING WRONG WITH HINDUTVA OR HINDUNESS – ON THE CONTRARY

Is being a Hindu ok and is Hindutva not ok and even dangerous? Many Hindus seem wary to be associated with Hindutva, in spite of the fact that Hindutva simply means Hindu-ness or being Hindu. They tend to accept the view which mainstream media peddled for long: ‘Hindutva is intolerant and stands for the ‘communal agenda of an extreme...