Swamini Ma Gurupriya elaborates on how satsang helps to remain connected with the self through verses from Vivekachudamani, Srimad Bhagavatam and other spiritual texts.
Bhagavad Gita presents the most puzzling interactional human life, enlightening and enriching you with the knowledge, skills and merits to face and overcome interactional challenges, unhurt and unaffected.Read More
The Dharmakshetra aggravated Duryodhana’s wickedness and made him behave condescendingly to his elders while Arjuna, though gravely aggrieved, was led to a deep spiritual enquiry which crowned him with supreme inner enlightenment.Read More
All the interactions senses have with the world objects do bring about only the sukha-duhkha dvandvas, nothing more or different. When you are able to meet and dissolve the sukha-duhkhas, you can deal with the world as a whole, in full. Is this not a clear, inner victory over the world?Read More
Immortality, moksha, is the goal of human life, especially of a seeker. For, he always aims at freedom (moksha). What is freedom? It is certainly not the physical freedom from anything. The freedom or moksha the seeker aims at is ‘inner’. It is freedom from the shackles our mind and intelligence seemingly impose.Read More