FREE WILL – THE POWER TO CHOOSE

Hari Om In a universe governed by unalterable and immutable laws have men free will and, if so, how much? Or are the Mohammedans correct in their belief that a man's fate is bound around his neck at birth? It is true that all which happens to man is in accordance with law, as there … Continue reading FREE WILL – THE POWER TO CHOOSE

INDIVIDUALITY, CHARACTER and PERSONALITY – THE ILLUSION of SEPARTENESS

Hari Om What is individuality? How does it differ from personality? From character? Is it permanent or transitory? Do souls retain their individuality after death? These are recurring questions. In the progression of nature, from the lowest living substance to the complex organization of man, everything follows the principle of evolution. Progression continues until the … Continue reading INDIVIDUALITY, CHARACTER and PERSONALITY – THE ILLUSION of SEPARTENESS

As You Sow So Shall You Reap

Hari Om This world runs on well-established laws. There is no chaos. There is no such thing as accident or chance in life. Events occur in succession or order. There is perfect harmony. The child grows, attains boyhood and adolescence, begets children, decays and dies. The child becomes a father and the father brings forth … Continue reading As You Sow So Shall You Reap

Who is your fallback?

Hari Om Our buddhi (intellect) makes decisions and forms attitude based on the impelling force of past karma. Therefore our choices in our life are based on buddhi (karma). Friends or others would like to help you as per their known methods acquired by their own beliefs and habits. For example, to help you to … Continue reading Who is your fallback?

A Story explaining Fate and Free Will

Hari Om The story: An Archarya once had a brilliant disciple. The boy was only Seven -years-old and was everything that the teacher thought was good in a pupil. He was sure that the boy would have a wonderful future, becoming a great archarya, or scientist or even a statesman at court, as an advisor … Continue reading A Story explaining Fate and Free Will

Removing condition of mind through fire rituals

Hari Om To remove conditioning of mind (vasanas and samskaras) caused by one's past actions through use or abuse of past free will, performing daily Japa (for minimum 20 minutes) or meditation is essential for everyone irrespective of caste, religion, race or community.(Remember there is no destiny as such - only our past actions performed … Continue reading Removing condition of mind through fire rituals