What Religious People Do


Following yesterday's two questions and answers on backbiting and good money/bad money, Gurudeva continues with a spontaneous discourse which fits both of these topics into the broader context of the practice of ahimsa and Sanatana Dharma itself. Gurudeva concludes with statements of what religious people do and do not do. Gurudeva is clearly speaking from the clear inner sky. Do listen in.

Photo of  Gurudeva
Monists, from their mountaintop perspective, perceive a one reality in all things. Dualists, from the foothills, see God, souls and world as eternally separate. Monistic theism is the perfect reconciliation of these two views.
—Gurudeva