A verse from the Chandogya Upanishad. We are currently working on a book including wonderful verses such as these.

A verse from the Chandogya Upanishad. We are currently working on a book including wonderful verses such as these.

"Who sees all beings in his own Self, and his own Self in all beings, loses all fear."   ~ The Upanishads   <3 lis

"Who sees all beings in his own Self, and his own Self in all beings, loses all fear." ~ The Upanishads <3 lis

It is the nature of the senses under the influence of Maya to turn outwards...the deluded ego drives the mind to run after things which gives it 'bliss' even though short-lived & evanescent, and for which the soul keeps paying a high price,  in terms of stress, more desires and loss of peace of mind, even putting his/her life, reputation & honor at stake.

It is the nature of the senses under the influence of Maya to turn outwards...the deluded ego drives the mind to run after things which gives it 'bliss' even though short-lived & evanescent, and for which the soul keeps paying a high price, in terms of stress, more desires and loss of peace of mind, even putting his/her life, reputation & honor at stake.

http://hinduism.about.com/od/scripturesepics/a/upanishads.htm

Why the Upanishads Are Important to Hindus

http://hinduism.about.com/od/scripturesepics/a/upanishads.htm

I have only been meditating for a little over a year. It has dramatically changed how I feel and live. I am often more connected to my innermost self, I am a lot more peaceful and much less reactionary and fearful. As someone who had anxiety and panic attacks for decades, this to me is nothing short of a miracle. And I can see now that the universe is benevolent. Something I never even imagined before. I only wish someone told me about this years ago.

I have only been meditating for a little over a year. It has dramatically changed how I feel and live. I am often more connected to my innermost self, I am a lot more peaceful and much less reactionary and fearful. As someone who had anxiety and panic attacks for decades, this to me is nothing short of a miracle. And I can see now that the universe is benevolent. Something I never even imagined before. I only wish someone told me about this years ago.

N.E.R.D Nobody ever really dies We enter this life to remember the skills we had to learn from the last. We all have the power of choice. The choice to be happy, and spread love starts within yourself.

N.E.R.D Nobody ever really dies We enter this life to remember the skills we had to learn from the last. We all have the power of choice. The choice to be happy, and spread love starts within yourself.

☆ "When thoughts become silent, the Soul finds peace in its own source."  ~ Upanishads  ★

☆ "When thoughts become silent, the Soul finds peace in its own source." ~ Upanishads ★

Vedanta rep­re­sents the philo­soph­i­cal por­tion of the ancient scrip­tures of India, the Vedas. Specif­i­cally, it refers to the final por­tion of the Vedic lit­er­a­ture, the Upan­ishads,  it also includes the Bha­gavad Gita, the great epics of India, as well as the Puranas, as well as many other texts, hymns, and writ­ings. The basic teach­ing con­cerns the ulti­mate iden­tity of the indi­vid­ual soul with the Supreme Soul.

Vedanta rep­re­sents the philo­soph­i­cal por­tion of the ancient scrip­tures of India, the Vedas. Specif­i­cally, it refers to the final por­tion of the Vedic lit­er­a­ture, the Upan­ishads, it also includes the Bha­gavad Gita, the great epics of India, as well as the Puranas, as well as many other texts, hymns, and writ­ings. The basic teach­ing con­cerns the ulti­mate iden­tity of the indi­vid­ual soul with the Supreme Soul.

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