By EPHRAT LIVNI N E W Y O R K, July 5 http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=118179&page=1 Many moons ago, a wandering Nepalese prince sat under a tree, vowing not to rise until he attained enlightenment. After a long night of deep meditation, Siddhartha Gautama, better known as the
Meditation is poorly understood by many. It is about changing the mind field to reach a thought-free state of awareness, before reaching Consciousness. Living with the Masters and learning from them is perhaps the ideal way of reaching such a goal. Meditating with Masters explores
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Only a few know the path to finding happiness. Most are conditioned to wade the river of human existence. A fortunate few find a Master to take them across. In an attempt to retrace her source, her medical knowledge in neuroscience led to the discovery of the Corridor of Meditation.
It took the author over twenty years to unbolt [she hopes] the secret of Patanjali Yoga Sutra [250BC]. She weaves personalities around seven chakras of the spinal cord and traces human evolution while on a spiritual journey to The Christ Centre.
The first time Krishna spoke with Arjun on the Battlefield of Life was recorded perhaps 24,000 years ago with the beginning of the Cycle of Creation. The oldest existing [3500 years] commenataray on the Bhagavad Geeta is in Southern India. Understanding its message is easier
All true religions and spiritual practices tell us that the divine lies within us. Kriya yoga teaches that soul is the God dwelling in each of us. All the knowledge is within this body. All the deities are within this body. All the pilgrimages happen