Free Press Journal
  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    The Cry for Justice

    Today, all over the world people are crying with one demand i.e. “We want Justice”. Some political parties say that the labour class doesn’t get justice because the rich are interested in having cheap labour so as to have higher profits. They think the capitalist class will never willingly do justice because they intend to perpetuate their economic superiority. Therefore, their slogan is that the exploiters be expropriated by means of a

  • Being focussed On Your Goals

    CHUCK GALLOZZI once wrote: “We have an innate desire to endlessly learn, grow and develop. We want to become more than what we already are. Once we yield to this inclination for continuous and never-ending improvement, we lead a life of limitless accomplishment and satisfaction. Do something right and move on to the next right thing.” We are all unique human beings having infinite opportunity available and the power to do something

  • Lift Yourself To The Very Roof

    Our greatest asset is our mind. Palatial houses, cash, jewellery, security guards, electronic devices installed at home are not real assets.

  • We can excel if we try to

    Aeschylus, a contemporary of Socrates, Lao-tsu, Zoroaster, Buddha and Confucius, who lived during the 5th century B.C. wrote: “Neither does anyone, however many wounds he may have received, die unless he has run his allotted term of life; nor does any man, though he sits quietly by the fireside under his own roof, escape his fated doom.” In other words, birth or death is not in our hands. There is a time

  • Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

    Her Holiness Shri Mataji on Role of Women

    Sahaja Yoga founder, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi dedicated her life to the spiritual ascent of mankind through self-realization, reclaiming the role of women in the spiritual evolution, and guiding humanity to correct today’s moral dilemmas. Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi’s vision was brought to fulfilment by this great lady who is revered as the compassionate Divine Mother by her followers.

  • Reach for the Stars

    HAPPY people are transparent, like themselves and like others too. They are not suspicious of what others want or expect of them. For example, a husband and wife are one unit, a team steering life together. With good self-esteem, they can share their feelings openly without fear of rejection. They can tolerate imperfections and instead of a co-existence, they can exist for each other.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Time to Value our Values

    ​​A few years ago, nobody would talk about moral values,attitudes and moods, but today these are hot topics which are discussed everywhere and perhaps they are one of the most popular subjects for discussion, dialogue and conferences. Some people might talk on these subjects to show that they also are with the spirit of the times, however the need in this case is that they should themselves realise the value of Values

  • Cheerfulness: A divine gift

    A poet wrote: “A laugh will always win; if you can’t laugh, just grin.” In ancient stories we read that kings used to maintain court “Jesters” and “Vidushakas” to make them laugh and keep them in good humour. Tenali Raman was a famous character in the court of Krishnadevaraya; Birbal in the court of Akbar. Their cranky slanting remarks created flutter and laughter driving away all seriousness. Cheerfulness is a divine gift

  • The Magic of Sound

    Japa, like meditation, is a procedure – apparently the most active and effective procedure – forjoining, as much as possible, the Divine Presence to the bodily substance. It is the magic of sound, yousee.Naturally, if there’s also an awareness of the idea behind it, if one does japa as a very active CONSCIOUS invocation, then its effects are greatly multiplied. But the basis is the magic of sound.This is a fact of experience,

  • Turn Ideas Into Action and Results

    SOMETIMES, you feel that you are swimming against the current. The ‘Decca Hisla’ (a variety of fish) is more tasty because it swims against the current. Athletes practise running against the wind to overcome resistance and create the required stamina. The politician fights the election against odds, adverse conditions and swings in the voting pattern. The policeman deals with crime and law and order with tremendous uncertainties, ominous endings and unfavourable outcomes.

  • Myths about meditation: Clearing the air

    Meditation is not everyone’s cup of tea, people find it hard to meditate as they are surrounded by many unrealistic misconceptions. For making your mind musing easier Smita Jaykar clears the air about myths linked to meditation