Today our world is facing increasing hostility, hatred, and enmity among individuals, communities, nations, and races. Politicians have tried to bring about a transformation of such selfish behavior of human beings through laws, but to no avail.
Celebrate the New Year 2021! You might wonder how you can celebrate amid the suffering caused by this pandemic. Despite the challenges you might be facing, celebrate because bliss is inherent in your consciousness.
Happiness is a state of mind and has an external cause. It is a law of nature that anything that has an external cause cannot be everlasting. In contrast, bliss belongs to your own inner being and is your true nature. Rather than seeking temporary happiness, why not seek everlasting bliss?
Remember, every day is a gift from God. So, be grateful. Celebrate every moment of this glorious New Year 2021. Have fun but along with that have the experience of the everlasting bliss within.
Have a BLISSFUL New Year!
Shiv R. Jhawar
Enlightenment is always alike and identical, no matter who becomes enlightened, whether Jesus or Gautama. All enlightened mystics experience oneness with the all-pervasive Absolute
Do I have to give up my religion to meditate? Allow me to ask you this question: Do you give up your religion to go to sleep? Meditation is an elder brother of sleep – it leads to a state similar to a conscious sleep. Just as sleep lies beyond
Rama Tirtha's Vision
More than a century ago in 1903, Swami Rama Tirtha, a renowned spiritual master, claimed the Law of Periodicity applies to countries and their prosperity.
Meditation is a part of yoga. Meditation (dhyana in Sanskrit) denotes the seventh of the eight limbs of yoga in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. The eight limbs of yoga are yama, niyama, aasana, pranayama, pratyahar, dharana, dhyana (meditation), and samadhi.
“It is extremely rare to find such a wealth of knowledge in one small book. The book, Building a Noble World, is more like a “capsule” — reading one small, easy to understand handbook instead of reading fifty complex books.” — Harish S Jhaveri, MD, Galveston, TX, USA
This TV interview of Shiv R. Jhawar for his book, Building a Noble World, by Ashok Vyas was aired on ITV in New York on the following dates:
Monday 10/03/2005 at 7 pm on ITV
Tuesday 2/21/2012 at 6:00 pm on ITV
You will find eight questions asked by Ashok Vyas, including: What is it that you would consider as a noble world?
How to experience God? How to see God? How to know God? How to reach God? Who is God? What is God? Is there a God? Where is God? How to realize God? Man wants an answer to these eternal questions. Indian yogi and Self-realized guru Swami Sivananda answers wonderfully about the existence of God, how we all can realize God and also shares with us an easy way to know and experience God in meditation.
Wearing a well-fitting surgical mask underneath a cloth mask reduces potential exposure to Covid-containing respiratory droplets and aerosols by up to 96%, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases, said that double-masking likely does provide enhanced protection.
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Individuals make a family, families make a society, societies make a nation, and nations make a world. Thus, individuals are the world. Only when individuals turn within to experience the bliss inherent in their own consciousness will the world become noble.
“Why should we do good to the world? Apparently to help the world, but really to help ourselves,” said Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902).
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