Where Will I Go After Death?
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8M ago
In the earlier post, we saw what part of me survives death and what doesn’t. That raises an obvious question—what happens afterwards? Where do I go? What do the books say—and does it make sense ..read more
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What Survives Death and What Doesn't
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8M ago
What really dies when I die? Does anything of me survive death? Where does this surviving part of me go? What does my future look like after I die? Many questions, but are there any definitive answers? Is there a way to think that may help me deal with the reality of death ..read more
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The Razor's Edge 6
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10M ago
As we near the climax of the story in this sixth episode, we find Nārada at the Svayaṁvara of the princess with the hope that soon he will be married to her. Does he? What happens at the ceremony? Every phase of Nārada’s story is an opportunity to reflect and to learn ..read more
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Getting Along With People
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10M ago
Getting along with those whom we like is easy. What strategies have we developed in our lives to get along with difficult people? What are the things we need to remember regarding the art of living in harmony with our surroundings ..read more
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The Razor's Edge 7
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10M ago
Before the veil of māyā stopped covering Nārada’s eyes, he had a few more lessons to learn—and as we reach the end of the story, we have our own lessons to learn from this long-running saga. The quicker we learn, the easier it will be to get off the razor’s edge ..read more
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A Question About the Middle Way
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10M ago
The wisdom of following the path of moderation—the Middle Wa— indisputable, but so is the need for firm resolve and determination in one’s spiritual striving. Is there a way to harmonize these seemingly contradictory stances ..read more
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The Art of Merging
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10M ago
The process of merging plays a significant role in meditation. Why is merging necessary? What is the relationship between the Guru, the Iṣṭa (“Chosen Ideal”) and the Supreme Being ..read more
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Satsang and Antar Yoga
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10M ago
What is the thinking behind calling the Vedanta Society’s Sunday programs “Satsang” and “Antar Yoga”? What do these terms mean—and how are they related to spiritual life, and to our personal spiritual practice ..read more
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"Let the Rascal Be God's Servant"
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10M ago
solution to the problem of suffering is to get rid of the ego once and for all. Good luck doing that!—as it is easier said than done. Since it is so tough to get rid of the ego, Sri Ramakrishna’s practical advice was: “Let the rascal be God’s servant ..read more
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The Art of Dying
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10M ago
Among all the uncertainties of life, there is only one thing absolutely certain—and that is, we will die one day. We plan for many things that may or may not happen. Do we have a plan for our eventual death? A death without any preparation can be a disaster. With preparation and planning, it becomes an art, which transforms the inevitable into an opportunity to be wise and free ..read more
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