Rohini honors her Guru, Swami Muktananda, during his 110th birthday month, with a poem she wrote, “Hymn to Muktananda”. For more videos and lessons, sign up for a free or paid subscription.
not the outfit not the religion not the ritual All was the Self of All not the education not the money not the pedigree All was the Self of All not the institution not SYDA not something else All was the Self of All not someone else not the things not the place All was the Self of All Swami …
Attachment is not real connectedness.
Want answers Want it your way Spineless Strong-willed
Drawing on the legacy of St. Symeon the New Theologian, and on the Bhagavad-Gita and the Jnaneshwari, Rohini explains the importance of understanding one’s motivations for taking up spiritual practice, because not all motivations are equal. For more videos and lessons, sign up for a free or paid subscription.
As we practice, we disentangle more and more out of each of our perceived vehicles, and we keep heading back to the Perceiver. And each time we disentangle, we then are able to see in a greater way what’s actually going on. If we are involved, we have myopic vision. We’re caught in the problem, yet we’re so sure we …
Hell, purgatory, and heaven are all right here, right now. And which realm we inhabit depends on where our vision is, and where we reside within ourselves.
Confessing Denying / taking no responsibility Splattering / humiliating yourself Standing up for yourself
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I am extremely lucky. Each week, I get to read my mother’s blogs before they are published. I get to wrestle with them, comment on them and learn from them before they become public. And each week, I get to see how important every word of them is. Each letter is intentional; there are no idle or empty words. Often …