What matters most for a seeker in the spiritual pursuit? The first and foremost ideal in life must be to lead a truthful life, whether it be through the spiritual quest of Self Realization or through a selfish cum egoistic pursuit of sensuality and materialism. The mode of living, whether it be through the […]Read more "What matters most for a seeker in the spiritual pursuit?"
The Advaita philosophy of Hinduism declares this world as “Maya” or “That which does not exist”. The basis of that claim is as follows: The world we experience is a flux of change. The happiness, success, perfection, freedom, contentment, etc. that we derive from this world are all relative (not absolute) and are transient or […]Read more "Maya: Illusions"
Without an exception, all worldly people seek lasting happiness, pleasure, success, freedom, perfection, contentment, bliss, peace of Mind, etc. in the external world of objects, beings and experiences, in the world of time, space and causation. This extroverted pursuit of happiness, success, perfection, freedom in the external world is a wild goose chase which is paradoxical […]Read more "The Paradox In Life And The Truth."
Introduction: “Let noble thoughts come to us from all directions.” – Rig Veda. We know that our life is a flow of experiences. There is a paradox in life. […]Read more "Life and Truth"