How’s it going everyone? I’m Nick and you are listening to the Fresh Perspective Podcast. When many of us leave spirituality, dogmatic belief, and religion behind, we tend to throw the good out with the bad. We think of our past religious beliefs like a pie in which we found a worm. Do we really
Questioner: Sadhguru I read in one of your question answer sessions that you were referring that even meditation is not the thing, like I mean, maybe it’s a confusion to me right Buddha didn’t meditate much though his followers did for, I mean it’s just a state of ecstasy which people get into. Is it
complete works of Vivekananda vol.1 Buddhism the fulfillment of Hinduism addresses at the Parliament of Religions 26th of September 1893 I’m not a Buddhist as you have heard and yet I am if China or Japan or salon follow the teachings of the great master India worships him as God incarnate on earth you have
ideals. And out of that diametrical opposition what conclusion can we derive and is that conclusion a valid conclusion, and if not, why not? This is the substance of the second paragraph. The dialectical reasoning which contrasts the ideals with the actualities derives a conclusion, questions that conclusion and arrives at a final conclusion. This
Are you happy… saying this is what your life is worth? Just this? Money. We all worship something. We all follow “something” in our lives. We desire and run after things. This “most important thing” in our lives, sometimes even drives us to keep going on, when life gets hard. It could be a person.
You might be a convinced atheist, a committed Christian, or somewhere in-between. Perhaps you have lots of questions to ask, perhaps you’re happier just sitting and listening. Maybe you go to Church or maybe you’ve never been. Whoever you are, Christianity Explored is a place for you to explore what life is all about. The