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  1. (A member of the audience spontaneously asked a question without speaking into the mike. The question was inaudible in the recording.)

    Yes, there has been a significant transformation in the lives of many youths due to the de-addiction center, but the space is very limited for this work. Some of you come forward, take a bigger space with more facilities, so that many more youths may regai ...
  2. Gurudev, I think I am addicted to sex. I have no self control when it comes to sex. I try very hard, but I can’t control myself.

    I think you have too much free time. If you are busy and you work hard and then you get so tired that you are waiting to hit the pillow, the moment you hit the pillow you will fall asleep.
    Either you have too much free time or you are eating too much, ...
  3. How do we come out of bad habits? These impressions keep coming to us again and again.

    To come out of bad habits, do more pranayama. It also depends on the people we spend time with. If you have too much free time, bad habits come to your mind. If you engage yourself in serving the society, these bad habits will go by themselves. ...
  4. How does one get out of addictions?

    By doing Sadhana. To get rid of any addiction the only thing that can help is Sadhana. Come here, sit and do Sadhana.
    Do Advance Courses. Not just one or two, but keep doing and then the addictions will go.
    Keep asking, ‘Who am I? Who am I?’ That ...
  5. Please tell us about some of the changes that the Earth is presently undergoing.

    Yes, Earth constantly changes. But what humankind has done with the environment is unfortunate. We have put so many dynamites to make mines, to extract from the depth of the Earth. Earthquakes, tsunami, and all these disasters have started because of this. ...
  6. Addiction is the most serious problem in the society, how to come out of it? Also, what advice do you have for the children of addicted parents?

    Parents should create a barrier in the minds of children not to touch any substance which they can get addicted to and which are harmful to them. We should create a prejudice against it, a psychological barrier which will stop them from even looking in tha ...
  7. Gurudev, how do you accept a person who is addicted to drugs, continues to hurt himself and others? How do you draw a line between his passion, valor and surrender?

    You have to do all that you can to get him out of it. Yukti (skill), Shakti (strength), priti (love); with love, skill and through some force, somehow, you must help him to get out of it. The best thing is to put them in a rehabilit ...

  8. Majority of the youth in India idealize Bollywood stars and cricketers. How do we help the serious damage that their alcohol promotions are creating?

    I think you also should think about ways in which we can arrest this. There are some good cricketers and some very aware Bollywood stars who are talking against such addictions too, while some others are promoting it for the sake of money.
    I think ou ...

  9. Gurudev, please guide us. Nowadays the use of pan parag, ghutka, tobacco etc., has increased a lot in children, grownups as well as in ladies. How can we stop this?

    It is primarily the responsibility of the mothers. If from the beginning the mothers place restrictions on their children, then they will never resort to such wrong means.
    What usually happens is that the mothers let the children go free these days. I ...
  10. Dearest Gurudev, some young people I know use Marijuana and say that it is their spirituality which helps them connect to different realms. Please speak on the long term effects of Marijuana use.

    Marijuana use is the most horrible thing one can do. You know it can give you a temporary effect of an elevated consciousness but it destroys the body. It destroys your nervous system. It is very bad for your physiology.
    Though I have never tasted, b ...

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