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Consciousness Sri Ramakrishna
Consciousness of Sri Ramakrishna-Beyond Dry Scholarship
Renunciation as dealt in the previous part will have to be practised and not just reading about it in the scriptures. Similarly dwelling in consciousness is the sure sign of wisdom.Sri Ramakrishna said that a shallow man, having read a few ...
Renunciation-Beyond Dry Scholarship
Mere reading of religious scriptures does not open the door way to spiritual realization. The truth, the underlying core of such scriptures will have to be adhered. Renunciation and Not Mere ScholarshipSri Ramakrishna saw that the pundits spoke words of ...
Renunciation Sri Ramakrishna Sri Ramakrishna
Religious Scriptures Studies
Beyond Dry Scholarship-(Of Religious Scriptures)
Introduction Having plunged the depths of spiritual realisation, Sri Ramakrishna had a first-hand account of the way to reach that state. He, therefore, discouraged any tendency to consider scriptural study (of religious scriptures) a necessary step to the realization of G...
Degrees of Freedom
Imagine a convict, hands and feet bound in chains, locked up in a cell of a tight security prison. He is serving a life sentence. Time has come to a standstill for him. He's all alone, with no companions save ...
Spiritual Absolute Freedom Ultimate
Death Fear
Fear of Death (Reality Of Death & Usual Responses)
Reality of Death In 1969, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross shattered the silence with 'On Death and Dying'. In it she described the progression of a patient's coping mechanisms in five stages of dying: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally ...
Fear of Death
Reality of Death Death is a terrible reality. The fear of death is the root of all fears. Life is being, but death is non-being. No one escapes death's cruel jaws. In the words of Thomas Gray's elegy: ...
Death Fear Dealing Dying
Old Age Fear Self Awareness Knowledge
Fear Of Old Age (The Guidelines of Vedanta V)
The Vedanta Kesary, p. 49-52, February 2002 Develop Self-awareness Vedanta reminds us again and again that our true identity is our ageless spiritual Self, the essence of being and the Consciousness of consciousness. ...
Fear Of Old Age (The Guidelines of Vedanta IV)
The Vedanta Kesary, p. 49-52, February 2002 Do Your Duties and Do Your Best. Vedanta says that life is interdependent, not independent. Our individual life is sustained by receiving support from others. Our body ...
Vedanta Guidelines Duties Human Welfare
Vedanta Old Age Householders Monks 1
Fear Of Old Age -The Guidelines of Vedanta III-Contd
Continued From The First Page Even world-renouncing monks and ascetics are advised to practise non-dependence. The laws of physical decay and disintegration are universal and they do not exempt anyone. When the body gets old and begins to break down, ...
Fear Of Old Age (The Guidelines of Vedanta III)
As people get old, they begin to become dependent on others for support and care, and this causes them fear and anxiety for their future. 'Who will look after me when I become old and cannot function or ...
Vedanta Old Age Householders Monks
Old Age Vedanta Non Attachment 1
Fear Of Old Age -The Guidelines of Vedanta II (Contd)
Continued From The First Page So long as we lock ourselves into an obsession with youth culture, we can only develop fear, anger, and frustration. There are two ways to face the reality of old age: to deny old age ...
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