Individuality by Swamiji

Words of H.H. Paramahamsa Nithyananda OUR mind dies when we are alone. Mind needs relationships to survive. Mind, ego and personality are norms of a society. They thrive only in relationship with society. Our true nature is aloneness. However, our mind starves when we are alone and makes us feel uncomfortable as it is not…

You are Your Moods OR Not

Bhagavad Gita 15.9 ~ 15.10 15.9 The living entity, the spirit, leaves one body, takes another body and gets new eyes, new ears, new tongue and sensing body according to the samskaras it had in its causal layer and enjoys the new mental setup. 15.10 Fools can neither understand how a living entity can quiet…

Meditation and the Art of Synthesizing

Bhagavad Gita, demystified, by H.H. Paramahamsa Nithyananda 18.49- 18.51 This passage is perhaps, my most favorite passage. Swamiji’s commentary is short, concise and to the point. If one is seeking enlightenment, it is very simple. Furthermore, this passage is not only about seeking enlightenment; it is a clear, direct instruction for living a peaceful life, holding…

Beyond the Senses

Bhagavad Gita, demystified, by H.H. Paramahamsa Nithyananda 13.19- 13.24 Many have seen this popular image of Arjuna standing in the chariot preparing to go into battle. In this image, the horses represent our senses and our mind, ready to lead us into different directions and into the battle of chaos. The story of Arjuna in…

Habits and Finding SIVA

Habits and Finding SIVA By Kashi Stone Bhagavad Gita Demystified by Paramahamsa Nithyananda May 2017 One of the greatest challenges for a human is the struggle to overcome degrading habits. In the Bhagavad Gita Demystified, H.H. Paramahamsa Nithyananda expounds on how emotions are the root of our defeating, habitual behavior. Referring to a statement that Krishnamurti, an enlightened…

The Joyful Being

The Joyful Being By Kashi Stone Satsang            7, October, 2016 In the science of enlightenment, we learn that the true state of joy, the natural, blissful state that is gained in awareness brings an important shift in the chemistry of the brain when it is active in the body system….

Zen Living

“Less thoughts and more action”, he said, if we want to taste the fruits of enlightenment. In Sanskrit, the word for less thoughts is tamas, translated as inertness In the Vedic teachings, more thoughts and more actions, being restless is rajas. When we are in balance with less thoughts and more action, when we are…

Faith and Self-Realization

25, March 2017 by Kashi Stone Faith and Self-Realization Bhagavad Gita Demystified by Paramahamsa Nithyananda Bhagavad Gita:  9.1 ~ 9.3 In our daily lives, we pay special attention to the way we keep our car and our home, especially our gas tanks and our refrigerator. Equal attention to the inside of our mind engages us…

Moving Into Fearlessness

23, March 2017 by Kashi Stone Moving Into Fearlessness Bhagavad Gita Demystified by Paramahamsa Nithyananda Bhagavad Gita:  11.32 ~ 11.34   In this passage, Lord Krishna answers Arjuna’s request to understand and know who this great being is. Lord Krishna answers, “I am the mighty world-destroying time. I am now destroying the worlds. …… I…