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Without meditation, the senses act like wild horses traveling the roads of selfish desires,
and we suffer. But when the mind is trained to the rein of the higher Self,
we exhibit discipline, discrimination and the will power of sankalpa shakti.
Then the senses obey, and we attain the supreme goal of life.

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Yoga Vedanta Tantra Podcast - Audio Talks and Lectures

Lecture: Importance of human birth – Journey of selfdiscovery by Swami Tattvarupananda

Swami Tattvarupananda is giving a lecture during a satsang in the Yoga Vidya ashram Bad Meinberg. He begins with a story which makes you think about what belongs to you. To tell you beforehand it’s neither your thoughts nor your … Weiterlesen

The Lion and the Sheep + Shankara and his Disciples – Lecture by Shekar Pandey

Prof. Dr. Chandrashekar („Shekhar“) Pandey – teaches at the Institut of Social Studies, Den Haag, Netherlands. He is a „seeker“ and a teacher at the same time. In this video he talks among another story about Shankara. Shankara is credited … Weiterlesen

19th Yoga Congress – „The role of a guru from a modern perspective“ with Shanmug

Shanmug is giving a lecture to the topic „The role of a guru from a modern perspective“. This speech happened during the 19th Yoga Congress in November 2016 in the Yoga Vidya Ashram in Bad Meinberg. If you want to … Weiterlesen

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Comment by Kalipriya on February 7, 2009 at 5:22pm

Comment by DIANE on June 26, 2009 at 3:32am
I have to say i like comment that Katalin has listed.
Comment by Rosalind M Letcher on October 29, 2009 at 11:12pm
President Obama's Diwali Speech
Comment by Gregg Hill Gopal on November 3, 2009 at 2:59pm
"It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society" - J Krishnamurti.
Comment by Sita Chaitanya on May 21, 2010 at 5:02pm
"The siddhas say that as among niyamas, the most important is not doing any harm to anyone, and among yamas a moderate diet, so is Siddhasana among the asanas. Of the eighty-four asanas, one should always practice Siddhasana. It purifies the 72,000 nadis." From the Hatha Yoga Pradipika (1-38 to 1-39)
Comment by Christian Brookes on January 23, 2014 at 9:59pm

A man once told Buddha I want happiness.
Buddha replied" First remove "I", that is ego.then remove "want" that is desire. And what are we left with? HAPPINESS".


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