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Jivatma and Paramatma

Jivatma and Paramatma

The past, in the present Yogishri shared a very interesting observation with the sadhaks. It was something so common that is there right in front of our eyes, something that we practise but we fail to see. With regard to traditions, practices and knowledge of the...
Enlightenment is that supreme state

Enlightenment is that supreme state

Like an ocean Speaking on true knowledge, ignorance and humility, Yogishri explained that an enlightened person with the true Infinite wisdom is indeed like an ocean. Not stuck or limited by any specific path or its adherence, such a person will freely adapt and...
The Known, Unknown and Unknowable

The Known, Unknown and Unknowable

With knowledge comes humility On verse 53 of the Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Yogishri explained the nature of the intellect to the sadhaks gathered. “It is not possible for the intellect to know everything, in any sphere of life – be it worldly or spiritual....
The Vedas are within you

The Vedas are within you

The Infinite Silence The simplest of words and verses end up having the most profound of meanings and truths. Yogishri today posed an interesting question to the sadhaks. He asked them where the vedas come from. While different answers came from different directions,...
Rising from the quagmire of delusion

Rising from the quagmire of delusion

Mohakalilam: The Quagmire of Delusion When you contact the world, your consciousness comes down from its Infinite stature, a state described as Moha. While every single contact with the Guru, pushes your consciousness up towards its original stature, as you gain the...
Guru Tatva – The Infinite Teacher

Guru Tatva – The Infinite Teacher

“Good and bad cannot exist without each other” Yogishri began the discourse at the Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan on 26th May by explaining the relative nature of these two terms and cautioned the sadhaks against being judgemental and reacting to situations superficially.He...