"Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow is only a vision. But today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope" - Kalidas. VN Chhibber writes.
Life gets interesting and meaningful only if one freaks out of the daily routine and the ordinary. True, the routine can’t be ignored but life is not complete without a “little more” everyday. And that “little more” can be called “the difference that clicks”. P P Wangchuk writes.
As long as you continue to exist just to fulfil other people's ideas of who you should be, you will never know who you really are. The term 'be yourself' really does count when it comes to finding yourself. Rajesh Bhola writes.
This article is for all those moments when a tear falls out of our eye, remembering a beautiful old memory or a past which we miss. It is for those sensitive times when we yearn to go back into time and want to relive those good old days and regret why our present is not as beautiful, Upasana Kochhar reports.
'The Art of Mind Control' is an ancient meditative technique used by most spiritual and religious schools today — ISCKON, Buddhists and even the Shivananda school of yoga.
We need to accept our own imperfections and try to forgive others for the wrong done by them in order to ensure our psychological and spiritual well-being.
The only success that can be called success is one’s ability to love all. A loving heart and mind are the greatest wealth one can acquire, writes PP Wangchuk.
It can be really difficult to leave behind one's comfort zone and step into the new - also be forced to learn new things to be able to adapt. But the rewards are worth it, writes Vineet Mani
Yoga was born out of the intent of the mind to seek the universal truth. According to it, visible or perceptible existence is just a manifestation of cosmic consciousness. Meditation is an integral part of yoga. Arun Kakkar reports.
Does being an atheist or an ardent devotee really matter? For, isn’t the very idea of complete surrender to a higher power worth serious questioning, asks Bhavna Mathur.
There is nothing wrong in aspiring to be a millionaire and yet be a spiritualist? There is no contradiction between the two as they are complementary, reports PP Wangchuk.
Once a sage was camping in the house of one of his disciples. Every day after returning from work in the evening, the person used to retire for his daily prayers, which would take almost two hours. Urvashi Goel writes.
In today's world, one finds hardly any time for understanding one's own self; people fail to give time to themselves and thus they are denied of happiness.
Human beings suffer from physical & mental disorders that in many cases are incurable as they are beyond the perception of modern science. Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj writes.
The holy Cross as the symbol of Christianity reminds us of the crucifixion of Christ on a fateful Friday to be resurrected again. Apart from this, the mystic symbol is also suggestive of the entire essence of Christianity like love, forgiveness, sacrifice, surrender to God and living in Spirit. MN Kundu writes.