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  • Life Is A Celebration

    A few short years we pass through planet earth. Still we crave for hunger of achievement, glory, and success under the human sun. We feel this will give us respect, this will give us happiness, this will give us security. This type of respect is false, this type of happiness is an illusion, this type of security can never exist. The biggest truth in life is death, the biggest lesson is that

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Maintain Code of Conduct

    Each day as we tune into the news, there are reports of violent acts, unrest and dishonesty engendering a sense of fear. Added to these is the apparent lack of solution to resolving these crimes which are fast increasing in almost every country across the globe.

  • Inculcate Virtues

    One does not become excellent primarily by focussing on and avoiding what is wrong and bad. One becomes excellent by focussing on and pursuing what is right and good. Our primary goal as moral beings is not just to say no to vice but to say yes to virtue. G.K. Chesterton said: “Virtue is not the absence of vice or the avoidance of moral danger; virtue is a vivid and separate thing.”

  • Acceptance

    Columnist Ann Landers defines success as follows: “If you have a good reputation; if you are right more often than you are wrong; if your children respect you, if your grandchildren are glad to see you; if your friends can rely on you and you can count on them in times of trouble; if you can face God and say I have done my best, then you are a success. If you

  • Guiding light: Twice Born

    The purpose of life is not to succeed alone but to strengthen our connection with God and manifest the potential and talents given to us. After all, success is not our ultimate goal in life. Our goal in life is to be ourselves to prove our uniqueness, identity and be a do-gooder in our relationships. Ultimately, you must be able to say, “I had such a wonderful life and I wish I

  • How the human mind develops psychological skills

    The human mind over a period of time becomes robust by assessment of individual differences, behavioural modifications and various guidance skills

  • SAHAJA YOGA: India Realization Tour

    Sahaja Yoga Meditation is unique and effortless. Because it relieves stress from common stress-related activities, more and more people rely on this meditation. Started in May 1970 by Her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, as of now it has spread to more than 150 countries, where free training classes are organised by the country collectives.

  • Sadhguru, Isha foundation, final stretch of your life, last step, peace of mind,

    24×7 Spirituality

    Once, a group of students were raising funds for some community work and they happened to knock on a particular door in the neighbourhood. An eighty-eight-year-old lady opened the door. She asked them in and they explained the work that they were doing for the community. They told her the different options that they had through which she could contribute to the work that they were doing. And then they said “You

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Don’t Complicate Your Relationships

    Human relationships are infinitely complex and tricky to manage and hence they need immence  patience, understanding, acceptance, acknowledgement and engagement. We are living in a world  where most of the people are caught up in their own lives and their problems which, to them, are  big issues.

  • Input and Output

    THE Isha Upanishad tells us, “Those who see themselves in all creatures and all creatures in themselves know no fear.”
    The 23rd Psalm also narrates: “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil. Thou art with me.”
    St. Teresa of Avila corroborates, “Let nothing frighten you. Everything is changing; God alone is changeless.”


    The idea of the three essential modes of Nature is a creation of the ancient Indian thinkers and its truth is not at once obvious, because it was the result of long psychological experiment and profound internal experience. Therefore without a long inner experience, without intimate self-observation and intuitive perception of the Nature-forces it is difficult to grasp accurately or firmly utilize. Still certain broad indications may help the seeker on the