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Break Free !!!

The whole development of humanity and of individual human beings is a journey of breaking free. Matter is governed by the laws of physics. The movement of matter can be determined by the physical laws within certain limits, which are … Continue reading

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Sri Ramakrishna

Today is Sri Ramakrishna’s Jayanti. It was the time when Indian tradition, culture, civilization, values, etc. were being challenged by Western education and ideas. India had been at the top of the Human Civilization – economically, scientifically, technologically, philosophically, socially, … Continue reading

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Swami Chinmayananda – The Three Principles

The Three Principles By Swami Chinmayananda To realize our full spiritual Nature is to experience the fullness of life. As long as we have not attained this state of being, our intellect will continue to suggest methods for overcoming feelings of imperfection, … Continue reading

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An Outline of Hinduism

Here is an outline of Hinduism from the point of view of Advaita Vedanta. This article explains the name, the goal, the path, etc. Click here for the full article. Download article as PDF

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Maintaining purity of perception

This is the answer to a question on a mailing list. When you look at a person, learn to look upon the person not as a physical object but as a person with thoughts, emotions, hopes, disappointments, likes, dislikes, etc. … Continue reading

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