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One of Mahatma Ghandi’s Favorite daily readings

The Beatitudes  “Blessed are the poor in spirit,     for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.  Blessed are those who mourn,     for they will be comforted.  Blessed are the meek,     for they will inherit the earth.  Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for...

Nisargadatta and Jesus -” Seeking the Absolute”

Nisargadatta Maharaj: His story of meeting his Guru   My guru told me: "...attend to the sense 'I am'. Go back to that state of pure being, where the ‘I am’ is still in its purity before it got contaminated with ‘I am this’ or ‘I am that.’ My guru told me, "Trust...

When your world gets “too loud” how do you get quiet?

  When your world gets “too loud” how do you get quiet? What are the two most important -go-to practices that keep you in touch with your (true) self.  Combining Bhakti and Jnani , Jesus instructed his followers that they should not merely love God with all their...

Jesus Mantra – Jesus Prayer

`` Om Sri Yesu Bhagavate Namaha, is a devotional prayer in the Sanskrit language. Loosely translated into English it means, “Lord Jesus I bow to you.” Om Sri Yesu Bhagavate Namaha  Om Sri Yesu Bhagavate Namaha - therefore means - I bow to you Yeshua the Supreme...

Only Love is Real

"Nothing Real can be threatened - Nothing unreal exists - Therein lies the peace of God" -Course in Miracles I was 27 years old. It was the middle of the night. I had just been called to the hospital because my father had a heart attack. When I arrived, I ran into the...

Moving from the Ego mind to the Self

Jesus was giving us a blueprint for transcendence. Nothing else needs to be debated. The potential of experiencing transcendence is open to everyone. The Divinity lives within everyone.

A Simple Path To True Faith

By concentrating on our inner selves and setting attention and awareness on consciousness itself (Meditation), we are meeting our own souls. The great traditions springing from India have a name for this inner awareness of being. It is called the Atman.