Friday, November 28, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:14 AM

Posted by Swami Om On 3:01 AM
Your outer life is unimportant. It is what you are inwardly that matters. Your inner peace and joy you have to earn. It is much more difficult than earning money. No university can teach you to be yourself. The only way to earn is by practice. Right away begin to be yourself. Discard all you are not and go ever deeper.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:08 AM
Get rid of all the ideas about yourself............When all the false self-identificaions are thrown away, what remains is all embracing Love.
Don't be afraid, don't resist, don't delay.......Be what you are.... there is nothing to be afraid of......Trust and try.... Experiment honestly. Give your real Being a chance to shape your life.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 2:21 AM

Posted by Swami Om On 2:09 AM
Death comes and with that one cannot argue; one cannot say: "Wait a few minutes more." When it comes, can the mind meet the end of everything while one is living, while one is full of life ? When one' s life is not wasted in conflicts and worries one is full of energy. Death means the ending of all that one knows, of all one's attachements- there is a complete ending. Can the mind, while living, meet such a state? Then one will understand the full meaning of what death is ?

Friday, November 14, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:09 AM
The discipline of illumination through work is called KARMA YOGA in sanskrit. It is the yoga of dedicated action that helps us to know more about the world and to act properly. KARMA YOGA is the most important discipline from the common person's point of view because we are all actively engaged in our lives.
Sri Krishna says : " No one can keep quiet without working even for a moment. Your existence is impossible if you do not work. Therefore, O Arjuna, learn the secret of work. By knowing the secret of work, you transcend the limitation of work".

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:42 AM
Silence demands space, space in the whole structure of consiousness. There is no space in the structure of one's consiousness as it is, because it is crowded with fears - crowded, chattering, chattering. When there is silence, there is immense, timeless space; then only is there a possibility of coming upon that which is the eternal, sacred.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:30 AM
Psychologically, inwardly, every human being, is the world. The world is represented in oneself and oneself is the world. That is a psychological, absolute fact; though one may have a white skin and another a brown skin or black skin, be affluent or very poor, yet inwardly, deep down, we are all the same; we suffer loneliness, sorrow, conflict, misery, confusion; we depend on someone to tell us what to do, how to think, what to think; we are slaves to propoganda from various political parties and religions, and so on. That is what is happening all over the world inwardly; deep down slaves to the propoganda of the experts, we are conditioned human beings where ever we live in this world.