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Modern-Day Ayurveda

As a doctor who has extensively studied and practiced both Western and Eastern medicine, I believe we need...

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How to Win an Argument with a Meat Eater

How to Win an Argument with a Meat Eater in Kannada Language

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Engal Gurunathan - French

Ce Natchintanaii fait l'loge de la grandeur et de la puissance mystique dun Satguru. Chaque phrase voque un...

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12 Creencias del Saivismo

La historia moderna registra seis escuelas principales: Saiva Siddhanta, pashupatismo, Saivismo de Cachemira, Saivismo Vira, Siddha Siddhanta y...

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Hinduism, the Greatest Religion in the World

A Satguru's unequivocating insights on the Earth's oldest living faith. "Religion is man's association with the Divine, and the ultimate objective of religion is realization of Truth. Forms which symbolize Truth are only indications; they are not Truth itself, which transcends all conceptualization. The mind in its efforts to understand Truth through reasoning must always fail, for Truth transcends the very mind which seeks to embrace it. Hinduism is unique among the world's religions. I boldly proclaim it the greatest religion in the world. To begin with, it is mankind's oldest spiritual declaration, the very fountainhead of faith on the planet. Hinduism's venerable age has seasoned it to maturity. It is the only religion, to my knowledge, which is not founded in a single historic event or prophet, but which itself precedes recorded history. Hinduism has been called the 'cradle of spirituality,' and the 'mother of all religions,' partially because it has influenced virtually every major religion and partly because it can absorb all other religions, honor and embrace their scriptures, their saints, their philosophy. This is possible because Hinduism looks compassionately on all genuine spiritual effort and knows unmistakably that all souls are evolving toward union with the Divine, and all are destined, without exception, to achieve spiritual enlightenment and liberation in this or a future life. Of course, any religion in the world is a mind stratum within people, isn?'t it? It is a group of people who think consciously, subconsciously and subsuperconsciously alike and who are guided by their own superconsciousness and the superconsciousness of their leaders which make up the force field which we call a religion. It does not exist outside the mind. People of a certain religion have all been impressed with the same experiences. They have all accepted the same or similar beliefs and attitudes, and their mutual concurrence creates the bonds of fellowship and purpose, of doctrine and communion." --Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami

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Hinduism In a Nutshell

siva: Recent Google search on What is Hinduism yielded some 223,000 answers. Many are from outsiders offering their...

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South India's Bhakti Saints

Singing their heart and soul to the divine, dedicating every verse as an offering, visiting the most auspicious...

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The Rasas - Nine Human Emotions

Rasas, human emotions, can affect and be affected by the four outer koshas. However, the self, is never...