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The significance of being small

Our relationship with pets is funny. Dogs and cats in particular are intelligent, so we tend to take liberties with them, treating them like...

A Guru’s Role

In the Eastern traditions, having a Guru has always been mainstream for those with any spiritual bend.  In India for example, entire families will...

Spiritual Self-Discovery Series – Why Spirituality?

Why spirituality? Because we are seeking something deeper, something more than what we can see, feel, hear, touch, and taste. We feel a need...

Five Sheaths of the Body

For those seeking expanded awareness and an abiding state of spiritual awakening, why does is seem so hard, seemingly unattainable in this lifetime? Vedantic...

Speed of Spiritual Maturity

Those on the path of spiritual growth are often in a hurry to achieve a fully conscious state as soon as possible.  This is...

Stuck in a Mindset

Are you caught in a whirlpool of thoughts that unconsciously dictate your choices? In a set way of thinking which is very rigid, not...

Coping with Loss

A beautiful quote goes, “Grief is just love with no place to go.”. With no person to receive our love, hold our hand or...

The Ground Rules of Gratitude

It’s a well-known fact that the expression of gratitude is directly connected to mood enhancement.  But what gratitude looks like and how one goes...

Mahamrityunjaya Mantra

The spoken word is a powerful creative force, we don’t realize what we unleash into the world with the words and intentions with which...

Don’t lose your “Smile” – Capture it forever

“That person was a grouch” – Why what happened? “He had a grumpy look and barely smiled. He looked so stern, that I almost...

Bhakti Yoga – The Path of Devotion

It is said that the fastest way to enlightenment is by becoming a devotee.  Of course, this means utter and complete devotion with not...

All we ever really need to know…

Growing up in the 90s, one of those books that really impacted a young mind and flipped life around was Robert Fulghum’s All I...