- Dhammapada – Sayings of the Buddha – Chapter 2 – Vigilance
- Swami Ramdas : There is no greater ennemy than lazyness
- Ian Stevenson : interview on his work about the children who remember their previous lives.
- Edward Salim Michael : The fight to master the mind
- Jalal-uddin Rumi : Past and future veil God from our sight
- Buddhism – Mahayana Buddhism
- Buddhism – Theravada Buddhism and Vipassana meditation
- Buddhism – Tibetan Buddhism
- Buddhism and the sciences of the Universe
- Compassion and devotion
- Death, reincarnation, rebirth, karma
- Know Thyself – and thou shall know all the mysteries of the gods and the Universe.
- Right effort
- Right understanding
- Techniques to master the mind
- The power of attention and meditation
- The role of Great Art
- Time and eternal present
- gary on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- Marites on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- The Boy Who Lived Before | Mumbai Info on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- Vinay Singh on Remembering of previous lives, the true story of Manika, the girl who lived twice
- Heather on Meditation : Outer and inner immobility – video
Category Archives: Right effort
Meditation at stated times and remembrance of God at all times is necessary in the case of all sadhakas. Conceive a thirst and hunger for God. Feel discontented for want of that hunger. A lukewarm desire does not result in … Continue reading
The aspirant must realise, that, whichever spiritual path he is committed to, there can be no guarantee in succeeding to know, in a veritable way, the Infinite dwelling in him. Among all those who followed a given path, very few … Continue reading
12-13. All the doors of the senses closed, the mind shut in into the heart, the life-force taken up out of its diffused movement into the head, the intelligence concentrated in the utterance of the sacred syllable OM and its … Continue reading
Contemplating viryaparamita, or the perfection of effort, leads us to the question of enthusiastic energy. Does the idea itself make you feel exhausted? We never can accomplish anything if we don’t really try, if we don’t have some ongoing … Continue reading
An earnest seeker should be deeply concerned each time he is confronted with his rebellious mind, with its lazy habits, instability, attachments, elusiveness, and slovenly ways of working. These he will have to study and try intelligently to contend with, … Continue reading
Can someone become a high officer by merely once seeing such an officer ? He may become one if he strives and equips himself for the position. Similarly, can the ego, which is in bondage as the mind, become the … Continue reading
When one succeeds in staying focused, there is an outcome. But this outcome can only be achieved when I lose my ordinary individuality as I know it usually… Edward Salim Michael gives some important clues for meditation.
This is very strange. I start to see so many things differently, I find that less and less is certain; and I have to begin to understand this possibility of inner doing without interfering with anything. It is only by … Continue reading
We want to stop something in order to recognize a moment of awakening. But, to stop something, there must be a stillness, both externally as well as internally.