In the end, Death too is a mask that the Eternal has assumed to serve as a goad towards Immortality.
In this brief reflection we take an in-depth look at what are Will and Faith and at the differences between them.
This world is a world of conflict, suffering, difficulty, strain; it is made of it. It has not yet changed, it will take some time before changing. … If you lean back on the presence of the Supreme Grace, that is the only way out.
It is not easy to know that since the Divine Will is hidden behind many layers and often muffled through many voices and noises within us.
This Hindi webinar is about the journey of a psychiatrist to yoga.
A continuation of the theme of a Near Death Experience, which explores the issues regarding the validity of the experiences, the inner causes of illness and spontaneous remissions of cancer.
The idea of Kalki Avatar is straight from the Vishnu Purana considered as few of the authentic Puranas rich in occult significance.
Aswapati now sets his sail towards the mysterious realms of the Infinite. He launches himself into an infinite adventure.
In this brief English reflection we share the deep insight from ancient mystic thought.
This passage from Savitri reveals the cry of life for perfection and delight by the advent of the Divine.
This issue has multiple aspects which are difficult to address in a brief essay, but we can outline a few possible causes and approaches.
Series सावित्रीवेद “Savitri Veda” (in Hindi). Book Eleven: The Book of Everlasting Day. Canto I: The Eternal Day: The Soul’s Choice and the Supreme Consummation. (Part 2)
The one-pointed drive towards withdrawal that is Illusionism and the much-praised inaction of the Sannyasi are completely at variance with the Isha Upanishad.
Aswapati is now absorbed in the Infinite. He is now turned towards the Transcendent Source of all things.
In this reflection we look at some of the spiritual truths from the past and try to understand their deeper meaning and see their relevance in the present.
A thousand icons they have made of her
And find her in the idols they adore;
But she remains herself and infinite.
A weekly sharing on Savitri with Dr Alok Pandey <>
In this brief English reflection we take up a short passage from Savitri.