The attachment to the senses results in attachment to the world and desire to obtain objects of the senses is born. The bodily senses are limited but the desires are limitless. Desires keep on replacing one another.
Sage Parshuram’s father Maharishi Jamadagni was beheaded by the Daityas and they stole their cow Kamdhenu, which brought prosperity and fulfilment in their home despite being poor Brahmins. When he … Continue Reading Enraged Parshuram
॥ श्रीरुद्राष्टकम् ॥ नमामीशमीशान निर्वाणरूपं विभुं व्यापकं ब्रह्मवेदस्वरूपम् । निजं निर्गुणं निर्विकल्पं निरीहं चिदाकाशमाकाशवासं भजेऽहम् ॥ १॥ निराकारमोंकारमूलं तुरीयं गिरा ज्ञान गोतीतमीशं गिरीशम् । करालं महाकाल कालं कृपालं गुणागार संसारपारं … Continue Reading Rudrashtakam – श्रीरुद्राष्टकम्
Ashtanga Yoga is a philosophical and yogic system of Raja Yoga for attaining enlightenment, which has eight limbs or branches mentioned in Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. It’s lifestyle and practices … Continue Reading Ashtanga Yoga: An eight-fold Path to Yoga
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