Guruji illuminates the eternal truths of the Manual to Life

  • Science is organised knowledge, Wisdom is Organised Life.
  • The only role of parents is to be a Role Model
  • Ignorance cannot save you from the consequence of your actions … at best it can reduce guilt
  • The World is not designed to meet our needs … make repeated assessments to achieve the Right Contact
  • There is no joy or sorrow inherent either in material objects or in beings.
  • Desire always drags you to the future. True Happiness is in the present … in the NOW.
  • “All that is beneficial, has an unpleasant beginning. All that is detrimental has a pleasant beginning.”
  • It is difficult to find happiness within oneself, it is impossible to find it anywhere else
  • Happiness lies within, yet humanity seeks happiness in the world outside.
  • Only a rough world can hone one’s potential and bring out the best in one
  • Spirituality and materiality depends on where your thoughts are, and not on where you are.
  • Attachment or detachment is a mental attitude, rather than a physical relationship.
  • Meditation is a noun, not a verb. It’s a state, not a practice.
  • Renunciation is not giving up of anything. It is NOT GIVING IN to desires or attachments.
  • Nobody wants takers, everybody wants to be amidst givers. Be a Giver.
  • Humanity is caught in an unending cycle of Rajas-Tamas. Peace and Prosperity is NOT an either – or alternative
  • The Anatomical Heart is the Philosophical Mind ; the Anatomical Head is the Philosophical Intellect – and there is a tug-of-war between them.
  • The integration of head and heart creates an inner harmony, as we work with an unselfish spirit of service and sacrifice.
  • Renounce appendages to action (non-essentials) to combine productivity and peace – Satva.
  • Renounce the Lower to enjoy the Higher
  • The Present is where the past ends and the future is yet to beginlive in the present and make the most of it
  • Chronology of actionVasana leads to Thought which leads to Desire which leads to Action.
  • Action itself is neutral – the intent is what differentiates it.
  • An Ideal Action must Generate Energy and Avoid Dissipation in memories of the past, anxieties of the future and the excitement of the present.
  • Know your Swadharma to be true to your nature.
  • A true leader leads by example and inspires one’s team towards a higher ideal fostering a spirit of service and sacrifice.
  • A determined and secure leader sheds ego and identifies, respects, encourages and empowers competencies of team members.

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