Shaoca and Aparigraha

Shaoca and Aparigraha

    Lately, I’ve been exploring the yamas and niyamas, the ethical guidelines laid out in the firsttwo limbs of Patanjali’s eightfold path of yoga. I chose to focus on one yama and one niyama that seem so intertwined, they couldn’t be separated one...
Hare the Thief

Hare the Thief

A little earlier, the question came up as to the meaning of the word “Hare.” And I think the answer left a couple people a little puzzled, [the answer] was not fully complete. [Many] of you know of the Law of Karma.   Just to review, when a human being [completes] an...
Spiritual Intention

Spiritual Intention

SPIRITUAL INTENTION TALK BY ACHARYA RAMA | MARCH 2020 Welcome! We are in the fourth day of our Transformational Training. When I was asked to say something towards the end of Dharmachakra today, initially, I had hesitation. Then, a flood of ideas and thoughts came in,...
The Ways of Dharma are Subtle

The Ways of Dharma are Subtle

THE WAYS OF DHARMA ARE SUBTLE BY RAVI LOGAN | AUG 2020 Ananda Seva · The Ways Of Dharma Are Subtle   When I am in the role of a trainer or as an Acharya, I like that people have a clear understanding of philosophical concepts. Sometimes, I am very particular, and...
Passive and Active Meditation

Passive and Active Meditation

Ananada Seva MissionArticles BASIC EDUCATION Active and Passive Meditation Acharya Bhavananda 19 June 2020 There are many types of meditation practices, and there are also practices for relaxing the mind and body. When one does a relaxation exercise the body becomes...