Posts Tagged ‘spirituality’

Although most civilizations refer to death with some sort of heaviness, Sadhguru believes that – “Death is a cosmic joke. If you get the joke, falling on the other side will be wonderful.”  When we think of death, we experience an overwhelming feeling of fear. But let’s look at it this way – what if dying...

His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, was born on July 6, 1935 to a peasant family in the small village of Taktser in northeastern Tibet. He was born on the dirty floor of his impoverished family’s horse stables. Although he was one of 16 children, only seven of his brothers and sisters lived to see...

We all become angry, and most of us don’t like it. We try to suppress it for different reasons – maybe we don’t want to look a certain way, or be called short-tempered by our peers. Feeling angry is not bad—every emotion is valid, and it can be useful for our growth. What is bad is punching our friend in the face...

We have all been worried sick for our loved ones and ourselves. In times of extreme stress, it’s always better to remember the spiritual aspects of our lives. This is the time to read and reflect. Here are five books that you can read and meditate upon for calmer days in self-isolation. You can now read these books...

In 2010, Om Swami left renounced his wealth to begin his spiritual journey. Almost a decade later, he describes himself as a non-traditional, simple sadhu in a complex world. How does one achieve happiness? How does one overcome fear? Happiness is a state of mind. But how does one achieve that state. The paths are...