Types of Conviction

As we noted earlier, all faith is based on intellect, and there can be no faith without intellectual conviction. Let’s review again […]

Belief in God

To believe in God and to say that He is—that God exists—does not constitute fraud or hypocrisy. But to assume and to assert “I […]

The Powers That Yogis Use – Part 2 of 2

By contrast, a Sadguru need not exert his energies by breathing and checking, in the manner of yogis; he simply thinks his […]

The Powers That Yogis Use – Part 1 of 2

Shri Ramakrishna was realized, and his many followers accepted and believed him as such—as God personified, even though these followers of his had no […]

On Science, Evolution, and Mahapralaya – Part 2 (Final)

On Science, Evolution, and Mahapralaya – Part 2 (Final)

Shri continued:

Along with these and many other such theories accompanied by their proofs, marvels […]

On Science, Evolution, and Mahapralaya – Part 1

After Shri had completed these splendid explanations, the Gita was read out, particularly those chapters that deal with the love and bhakti […]

Yogis, Majzubs, Saliks, and Ordinary Humans – Part-4 (Final)

This threshold (umbar) that you see here is the junction, the crossing between the Paramanand and human states. The Salik establishes his […]

Yogis, Majzubs, Saliks, and Ordinary Humans – Part-3

In short, this—the sixth step, the sixth plane—is the yogi’s limit.

We come now to the case of the Realized Ones. There are very, […]

Yogis, Majzubs, Saliks, and Ordinary Humans – Part-2

Now the yogis, having to a certain limited extent come to know of the falseness of the seeming existence of this world—and […]

Yogis, Majzubs, Saliks, and Ordinary Humans – Part-1

At this juncture Shri gave a beautiful and practical illustration to explain the types of realized and unrealized persons. Suppose for the […]