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Jun 28 2020

#MentalHealthMatters Webinar

Watch this beautiful panel on mental health, depression, suicide, stress, values, emotional intelligence, staying positive, and spiritual grounding with Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji, and Celebrity Mind Coach Vrinda Mehta, interviewed by Charu Pragya and Guru Prakashji, organized by The Positive Project & Bihar Young Thinkers Forum....

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Apr 28 2020

Pujya Swamiji On Akshaya Tritiya 2020

On the auspicious occasion of #AkshayaTritiya, Pujya Swamiji inspires us to celebrate the immortal & indestructible truth in our lives. And, as we think about the days ahead when we reopen the country after its lockdown, let us also open the doors to our heart to allow God, grace & light in - that is the true gold Pujya Swamiji reminds us. Pujya Swamiji speaks about that which keeps us from tapping into the source of immortality within--our ego and ignorance and how we can move beyond this darkness by...

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Mar 20 2019

The Meaning of Holika

During a special evening campfire HH Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji shares the special significance of the Holi festivities, “There are two different meanings of the word Holi if we look at it purely semantically: First, “Holi” means that which has happened, “Jo hogaya, holi,” has passed. So Holi is a time to acknowledge what has happened and then to move on, allowing us to be free from the chains of the past to move into the present. Another meaning is the past has happened (Ho) and now we take (Li)...

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Oct 26 2018

“Desires that impel us to remain unsatisfied”, The Times of India

This article was published in The Times of India, here. By Swami Chidanand Saraswati Many years ago, before the severe violence in Jammu & Kashmir, we travelled to Kashmir to spend a few days meditating on the Dal Lake. All the members of our group enjoyed themselves so much that we delayed our departure date and remained there for one month instead of a few days as was planned earlier. Each week we would postpone our departure from that heavenly, pristine, glorious environment. “Just one more week,” the devotees would cry, so...

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Sep 14 2018

Unconditional Forgiveness Is The Answer

This article was published in The Speaking Tree, here. Forgiveness means that we must release the pain, anger, and grudges that suffocate us, wrenching out our life force.  Forgiveness allows us to breathe, live, and love freely. When someone hurts us – knowingly or unknowingly, purposely or accidentally – we have three ways of dealing with that hurt. Expression: We can express our anger, hurt and pain if we can do so calmly, articulately, peacefully, and in a productive way.  But, typically, the expression of anger quickly degenerates into shouting, tantrums, and revenge. ...

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Feb 13 2018

Maha Shivratri Blessings from Pujya Swamiji

Dear Divine Souls, I hope that – by God’s grace – this finds you and all your loved ones in the best of health and happiness at this holy and sacred time of Maha Shivratri. There are many important messages and meanings to take into our hearts and our lives on this divine occasion. Here are just a few: Shiva as Divine Destroyer: In the trinity of the divine manifestation – Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh (Shiva) – Lord Shiva is the one who destroys or dissolves that which is old and impure, in...

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Dec 02 2017

Begin Right Away, Use Your Willpower

This article was published on The Speaking Tree, here. So frequently in life we think,  ‘Just one more year’,  and then I will simplify my life,  minimising luxuries.  ‘Just one more year, ’ and I will dedicate more time to meditation,  seva and sadhana. ‘Just one more year, ’ and I will delve into the divine depths of spirituality…. We continue to put off valuable life-changes until ‘tomorrow, ’and unfortunately, ‘tomorrow’never comes. … We are deluded,  deceived and blinded by the power of maya. Thus,  we continue to find excuses for...

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