Happiness Psychology

Happiness is a state of mind. Happiness is a positive emotion that we experience in the form of joy, satisfaction, inspiration, pleasure, encouragement, excitement, enthusiasm, pleasure, pleasure and so on. When happy, we feel good, blessed, and at the top of the world. We feel filled with energy and enthusiasm. We live with greater confidence… Detail



Self is the Source of Medicine and Disease

Healing is an insider’s job. This means that the most important components for healing, such as life force, harmony, regeneration, and improvement, are not given to us by others but come from within. This is the basis of healing the body’s mind. The innate healing power of the mind is part of our birthright and… Detail



7 Ways to Practice Silence

Life is a form of noise. Each activity impelled by our egos is a noise. The very process of living is noisy and exhausting, both physically and mentally. We turn to noise for distraction or to escape from boredom and the pains and pressures of life. We become silent when we are tired or feel… Detail



Life from the True Angle

To serve the less fortunate is the greatest form of worship of God. To repeat His name and constantly remember Him is the surest and quickest way to achieve success and attain eternal peace. To regulate one’s life according to the injunctions of the Shruti is the greatest cure of any malady. To meditate daily… Detail



Releasing Suffering

Releasing 3 Suffering

From time immemorial, mankind has searched for a way out of suffering and difficulties in order to find happiness. This is a natural trend present in everyone because none of us want to suffer, none of us want to be in pain and none of us want to face difficulties. We all want to find… Detail



Dynamic Meditation

Self Control through Karma Yoga

Stress, strain, and anxiety, which lead to the condition of burnout, result in social and emotional distress and pain and unhappiness in the individual. Psychosomatic diseases are also linked to stress. As modem researchers have shown, stress is a product of major life crises (e.g. death or divorce) as well as the minor but constant… Detail



become peaceful

Attain Inner Peace

To be peaceful, calm and undisturbed under all circumstances is considered as one of the qualities of a saint or sage.  But we need not be great saints or sages to be calm and peaceful.  Anyone with a certain minimum amount of self-control, who is not entirely a slave of his negative feelings and passions,… Detail



Self Realization

Self-inquiry “Who Am I?”

Self-inquiry is an awareness of the awareness itself. It leads us beyond duality because the object of meditation (the “I”) is ultimately revealed as the Subject itself (the transpersonal Consciousness). Nevertheless, in order to let the question “Who am I?” bring us closer to our real nature, or in other words, to truly ask “Who… Detail