The first and foremost duty is to take care not to let the mind lose its peace. ~Sri Swami Satchidananda To join the online discussion about the Key Teaching of the Month, join the Satchidananda Discussion Page on Facebook.
You are never alone. God is nearer than your own heart. ~Sri Swami Satchidananda Join us for the discussion on the Key Teaching of the Month on Facebook!
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The word “bhakti” means devotion. Devotion cannot be compared with any other approach. It is something super. When you develop devotion you rise above all doubts.
If you want to have a prayer, pray to God to help you to always remember this Truth: that you are His child and He is taking care of you every minute.
When you practice Karma Yoga, a member of your family might say, “Hey, you’re constantly doing for others. Don’t you know that you have a husband, or a wife, and children? They are missing their benefits.”
If you lead a dedicated life, peace and joy will come automatically. But without such a life, all your yoga postures, breathing, chanting, and meditation will be of no use. They’ll be rituals without any meaning, decorations for a lifeless body. Only with the proper understanding is it worth having a healthy body and a… Read more »
If you keep giving, the world will take care of you. If a cow gives milk, won’t the cowherd take care of her? If she doesn’t give milk, what would he do? Simply dispose of her. If a tree brings forth a lot of fruit, we take good care of it. We pour more water,… Read more »
A sincere prayer will certainly be answered. If your prayer is not answered, don’t blame God for that. It simply means that you have not prayed enough. It’s not just a question of the length of time. You may be praying for ten years and get nothing. Somebody else might pray for one minute and… Read more »
Karma Yoga – Through service you can learn to recognize your own weaknesses and work to correct them.