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Dec 24 2011

Power of Prayer and Divine Connection – Part 2

At the Shiva Mandir in Sydney Pujya Swamiji discusses the power in our lives of having a connection to the Divine (in any name, any form) and the importance of prayer in our lives. He speaks about our interconnectedness to the entire world and how we, using our prayer and divine connection, can help change the world and bring peace and prosperity...

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Dec 24 2011

Power of Prayer and Divine Connection – Part 1

At the Shiva Mandir in Sydney Pujya Swamiji discusses the power in our lives of having a connection to the Divine (in any name, any form) and the importance of prayer in our lives. He speaks about our interconnectedness to the entire world and how we, using our prayer and divine connection, can help change the world and bring peace and prosperity...

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Nov 20 2011

Seva & Sadhana – The Paths to the Divine

According to traditional Indian philosophy there are three main paths to the Divine or “yogas”, described in compelling detail by Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita – the path of knowledge, or “gyan yoga”, the path of righteous action or “karma yoga” and the path of devotion or “bhakti yoga.” For the purpose of this article I want to discuss the latter two – karma and bhakti yoga.  Are we better off sitting still and meditating upon the Divine, chanting His name and endeavoring to experience our inherent Oneness with Him,...

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Oct 26 2011

Diwali Blessings

At this divine time of Diwali we line our homes, our rooms, our offices and our streets with brightly shining diyas. The illuminated lamps signify the people of Ayodhya’s love for Bhagawan Rama and their joy at his return.  On this day, however, we must light not only beautiful lamps in our homes, but we must light the lamp in our hearts. Within each of us shines the Divine Light. The Divine Presence is not only everywhere outside of us, it is also within us. In the Bhagavad Gita, Bhagawan Krishna...

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