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    • What is Growth for a Spiritual Seeker?

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    Articles (49)

    Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

    6 | On Bhagavad Gita | Discovery of inner eternal presence resolves all conflicts

    Swamiji explains that the discovery of inner eternal Presence takes away all sense of conflict and contradiction from the mind and makes one harmonious, even-minded and poised.

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    Be Endowed with Gurutva – Exalted Dimension

    The word ‘Gurutva’ means profundity, solemnity, dignity and loftiness. In spiritual life, it implies the ability to receive, retain, and give. As one progresses, he must ultimately resemble the sky and God!

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    5 | On Bhagavad Gita | How to remain unaffected amidst joys and sorrows

    In this letter, Poojya Swamiji discusses the art of attaining a deep note of harmony amidst sukha-duhkhas, while tossed around by interactions of all kinds.

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    4 | On Bhagavad Gita | Bhagavad Gita, the Universal Message

    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.

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