Category: Autobiography of a Yogi

A different take on theory of karma

Let’s say you do something. You want to lose weight or pass an exam. You don’t do well. And you make another effort and again you don’t do well. What do we do ? We get sad. Upset. Give up on it emotionally But this is what Yogananda said “Failure season is the best time …

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Boat, wave and ocean

Everyone knows this But first you must know your the wave – the soul. But we identify ourselves as the boat in the ocean. The boat here is the body. Where is the hope of wave and ocean. First get rid of the body consciousness. Do it once. Not in deep sleep. But consciously. Then …

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Good Friday – The lost significance.

It is very difficult and rare to find a soul who is truly interested in God and God alone.  The 12 disciples (apostles if you insist), Mary and a few others were genuinely interested in God.  They devoted themselves and their life to God.   First the story of Good Friday. After the last meal, Jesus …

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