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Knowing the Divine Will

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.

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Is the Kalki Avatar Coming?

The idea of Kalki Avatar is straight from the Vishnu Purana considered as few of the authentic Puranas rich in occult significance.

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On the Inner and the Outer Guru

Guru or the one who gives Light, one who is heavy with Wisdom is an aspect of the Divine.  He also represents the Compassion of the Divine that leans down into the earthly play to help man

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When we don’t see our prayer answered

… one has to learn to strive rightly and patiently. To learn to wait is to put Time on our side. To be restless and impatient is to delay things further. Even an intense prayer should be full of trust and patience

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A Lifetime Journey

The first thing is to make the Divine discovery our goal, not as one of the many goals but the most important thing that we need to discover. 

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Widening the Consciousness

One can practice psychological methods of widening by contemplating the boundlessness of Space, the endlessness of Time. Even a few moments of such contemplation is enough to liberate oneself from the clutch of the moment.

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Dealing with Fear

A true remedy is the growth of faith. Faith naturally grows as we go nearer to our soul. But the simplest is to call the Mother’s Name.

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Working for the Mother

The main work is within and it is this inner work in each one that provides the needed fulcrum for the larger collective work.

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Sanatana Dharma and Religion

Our outer acts, even gestures and postures should somewhere reflect something of this divinity within. Even a ritual act must be at once a symbol as well as expressive of an inner movement.

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The Mystery of the Creative Play

The deer, the cheetah and man himself are parts and plots of the great epic of creation in which nothing is eventually destroyed but recycled into better forms. When we understand this then the play becomes delightful.