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  1. Wisdom Catches Wisdom

    Sat, 07/12/2014
      (Below is a continuation of the post Sri Sri's Message On Guru Poornima) In India, there is a famous story of Eklavya (a character from the Hindu epic, the Mahābhārata). Eklavya is considered the epitome of a disciple. As the story goes, Eklavya wanted ...
  2. Sri Sri's Message On Guru Poornima

    Sat, 07/12/2014
    More Wisdom More Happiness Guru is present like space in life.You just sang this song, 'Ajo Ananthaya'. Ajo means Never Born, Ananthanya is Infinity, Nitya Shudha is Forever Pure, and Sat-chid-ananda is Pure Bliss.Guru principle is like the space, and you ...
  3. Stop Complaining And Start Living!

    Mon, 06/09/2014
    (Below is a continuation of the post Your Talents Are For Others!) When we are children, we complain to our parents. When we go to school, we complain about our teachers and our friends. When we start working, we complain about our boss or our colleagues ...
  4. Gurudev, if I ever have to ask you for something, please tell me what is it that I should ask of you?

    Come on, now do I have to tell you this too? You are anyway getting everything in life without asking or running behind it, right? So just relax.

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  5. Gurudev, if my soul is thirsty for love, peace and contentment, then why do I find excuses not to do my sadhana?

    Yes, I would suggest that you reflect upon this question yourself. Then you will realize that you are making excuses to take your medicine (here indicating sadhana) which are for your own good.
    This is like going to the doctor to get medicines ...

  6. Gurudev, how can one achieve all the four aspects of Purushaartha – Dharma, Artha, Kaama and Moksha?

    Both Artha (wealth and material comforts) and Kaama (desire or passion) arise in life from time to time according to one’s needs. Fulfilling those needs to sustain one’s life, yet not getting entangled in too much greed or lust ...

  7. Gurudev, I have been continually unwell since a very long time and have suffered numerous accidents in the past. I am not able to bear so much pain. What do I do?

    Listen, if you had really been so unwell, then you would have never been able to come here (to the Ashram).
    We never notice how healthy we are. Rather we keep focussing on the small diseases and problems in life and become miserable. It is not ...

  8. Gurudev, these days there is a sitcom being shown about Lord Buddha on the TV. In that, they have shown that the King of Magadha (a kingdom in ancient India) and his Vedic priests had plotted a conspiracy against Lord Buddha. Can you please tell how true this is?

    See, it is quite possible that they may have conspired against Lord Buddha. But at the same time, many Brahmins also became the disciples of Lord Buddha. And if you watch or read further, you will come to know that his own brother and some of his disciples ...
  9. When we are children, we complain to our parents. When we go to school, we complain about our teachers and our friends. When we start working, we complain about our boss or our colleagues at work. How does we get free from this habit of complaining all the time?

    That’s it! Once you have realized and become aware of this tendency about yourself, then just know that you are out of it.
    A complaining mind usually complains about things that happened in the past. When we do not look forward to ...

  10. The Password To The Eye-Pad

    Sat, 06/28/2014
    (Someone from the audience gives Sri Sri a basket filled with questions) Does it really matter? (Sri Sri keeps silent for a little while) This is the latest technology, all questions answered in silence; non-verbal, downloading.Could you all download your ...
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