by the Sikh Missionary Society: Guru Nanak Dev while on his eastward journey reached Hardwar. It is on the banks of the river Ganges and is one of the major centers for Hindu pilgrimage.
Articles for Meditation
by Dennis Hevisi: Sri Daya Mata, who for more than five decades was the leader of one of the most influential Hindu groups in the United States and an ardent advocate of the healing power of meditation, died on Tuesday at the group’s retreat for nuns in Los Angeles. She was 96.
by Daya Mata: Many in the world today are filled with tension and insecurity. This is because man has not learned the teaching of Christ: “All they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.”
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: We were teaching a workshop in southwest England when Ed asked the group: “If you like to suffer, then raise your hand.” No one raised a hand.
“Energize your mind, body, and spirit. Go vegetarian!” says Guruji in a new public service ad for PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
MALINI NAIR, TIMES NEWS NETWORK, Interview with BKS Iyengar.
Deepak Chopra MD: In the past 40 years, meditation has entered the mainstream of modern Western culture, and been prescribed by physicians and practiced by everyone
Interview with Dr. Shanida Nataraja, author of The Blissful Brain. by Jair Robles: Practicing some technique that allows quieting the mind and stilling the body has been a fundamental part of most spiritual traditions.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: The purpose of most spiritual teachings is to reach enlightenment, a state of pure awareness and inner joy.
Part 2 of 11. A special Kirtan by SRF monks chanting “Door of My Heart” celebrated the life of Sri Daya Mata.