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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Tathata

Tathata

Sri Tathata is a device of the Divine Will. He is the selected Prophet of Divine Dharma for the novel age to come. Sri Tathata lives in the world with the space work to fracture the shields of darkness covering human awareness today and inspire the light of Dharma in all aspects of life.

He has come to harmonise the currently anxious energies of Nature, to prompt the growth of human awareness and institute great living on earth. The name Tathata that Mother Nature gave him literally means: state of complete excellence.
 

At his birth, Sri Tathata showed the signs of a heavenly creature. Throughout His early years, he left home and established in privacy task deep Tapas for many years, as directed by the heavenly Will. His awareness was mainly of the time completely immersed in the Cosmic Consciousness. During a great knowledge at the height of his asceticism, the heavenly Mother showed Him together the full Glories of the life and the depth of the world’s sufferings.
 

While he presently came out from solitude, he had become an ideal Instrument of the Divine Will: He was ready for his duty to attract the energy of Dharma from the supreme Source, recognized it and increase it to the world. He began to begin established souls to the lane of Dharma.
 

Inside the year 1991 Sri Tathata proclaimed the Dharma for the new age at Sarnath near Varanasi. After that, the Divine demanded a new centre for Dharma in the world; Sri Tathata built Dharma Peetha in Kollur, which was sacred and opened to the world in 2006. Today Sri Tathata increases the letter of the Divine Dharma both in the Eastern and western part of the world and initiates a great number of souls to Divine life.  



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Thursday, March 26, 2009

Aum Amma

Aum Amma

Aum Amma is first from Kerala. No much information is known about Amma’s childhood and the incidence that brought her to her present state.

She is called Aum Amma behind the holy Aum sign while at some point the sign materialize on her temple.
 

Before 2001, she lived in Tirupathi and traveled at slightest once to Varanasi.
 

During 2001-2003, Amma lived in a yield on the holy Arunachala hill in Tiruvannamalai. Natives used to visit her for darshans in that cave.
 

In 2003, she absent the yield and traveled to Rishikesh and then return to Tiruvannamalai. While then, she has lived in Tiruvannamalai in numerous houses and has been attended by her devotees.

She gives darshans at her house every Sunday. 


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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Meher Baba

Meher Baba


Meher Baba was a Persian born in
India who becomes a spiritual Master, and behind in his life (1954 at age 60) openly confirmed that he is the Avatar of his Age.
 

Cultured at St. Vincent’s High School in Pune, India, as fine as at Deccan College, he led a normal school life, performance no exacting leaning near religious matters. At the age of 19, throughout his initial year of college, a short contact with an old Muslim sacred woman Hazrat Babajan marked what he said was the opening of his spiritual development. In 1915, at the age of 22, he was hailed as “Parvardigar” by the Indian fakir Sai Baba of Shirdi. He established help from three additional spiritual masters, as “The Ancient One” in 1921.

 

Meher Baba lived and traveled in business with a circle of lock disciples whom he termed his “mandali” both men and women from whom he demanded complete duty. He and his mandali freely assumed a life of great ease. From 1925 to the end of his life, Meher Baba remains quiet, communicating by means of an alphabet board or by gesture. Meher Baba exhausted long age in quiet, frequently fasting, but he would spread these periods with wide-ranging travels, public gatherings, and works of gifts, counting effective with lepers, the poor, and the foolish. He gave much dialogue, which have been composed by his followers.

 

In 1931 he completes the initial of many visits to the West. During these travels, a number of western mandali connected him. In the 1940s, along with elected mandali, he traveled incognito about India in what he called “The new life.” On February 10, 1954, Meher Baba stated that he was the Avatar.

 

Behind two automobile accidents, one in the United States in 1952 and one in India in 1956, his ability to walk became seriously limited. In 1962 many western group were invite to convene his Indian mandali in a series of gathering called The East-West Gathering. In 1966, Meher Baba addressed the benefits. Behind years of beings totally restricted to a wheelchair, Meher Baba died on January 31, 1969. His Samadhi in Meherabad, India has while become a place of international pilgrimage. 



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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Dakshinamurthy

Dakshinamurthy

 

Dakshinamurthy or Jnana Dakshinamurti is a feature of Shiva as a guru of all type of knowledge, chiefly the jnana. This feature of Shiva is his distillation as the highest or the ultimate awareness, understanding and facts.

This appearance represents Shiva in his feature as a teacher of yoga, music, and wisdom, and giving description on the shastras. It is worshiped as the deity of knowledge, whole and worthwhile as the god of wisdom, complete and rewarding meditation.
 

The huge sage Ramana Maharshi, has interpret the name as “Dakshina-amurty”, meaning one who is talented but without form.



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Thursday, March 19, 2009

S. N. Goenka

S. N. Goenka

The technique of Vipassana Meditation is taught at ten-day residential course taking rest in frequent Vipassana locations roughly the world. During these courses, participants study the essentials of the method, and perform sufficiently to knowledge its positive results.

There are over 100 locations around the world, both permanent Vipassana centers as well as non-center locations.

There are several Centers in India and elsewhere in Asia; ten Centers in North America; three Centers in Latin America; eight Centers in Europe; seven Centers in Australia/New Zealand; one Center in the Middle East and one Center in Africa.

The chief centre and mainly exciting one is Dhamma Giri, located in Igatpuri, Maharashtra, India.

There is a well-defined code of regulation for the courses. The core percepts for the route are the following: All who attend a Vipassana route must conscientiously abstain through the route from killing any being, stealing, sexual activity, and telling lays all intoxicants.

Old students are likely also to abstain from eating after midday, sensual activity and physical streamer, high or comfortable beds. Further precepts include observing silence, division of men and women, avoiding material contact. It capacity sound a bit startling but you will be astonished to find out how effortless it is to observe these rules within the frame work of Vipassana. Plus, the teachers and the assistant are so kindly and everything is done there with kindness and softness.

Prior registration is necessary. You require checking for route scheduling in your favorite center and apply for the course by finishing and submitting an request for a listed course. The schedules form and list of centers can be found in the link provided beyond.

All services wanted counting food, space, attack resources etc. are supply in the middle. There is no charge for the courses – not even to cover the cost of food and accommodation. Every one expenses are met by assistance from people who, having over a course and experienced the profit of Vipassana, desire to provide others the event to also advantage.


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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Guru Mooji

Guru Mooji

Mooji was born on 29 January 1954 in Port Antonia, Jamaica. In 1969, He moved to the UK and he is currently living in Brixton, London.

Mooji is a through devotee of Papaji, the well-known advaita master.

For a long time, he was fine recognized as Tony Moo, but is now tenderly known as Mooji. Behind touching to the UK and Setting in London, Mooji worked in London’s ‘West end’ as a street likeness artist for many years, then as a painter and a marked glass performer, and later as a teacher at Brixton College.

It shows that at a little point, Mooji got wedded and had numerous children. His eldest son died of pneumonia in 1994.

In 1987, a gathering, by chance, with a Christian mystic was to be a life-changing encounter for Mooji. It brought him, through prayer, into the shortest knowledge of the Divine within a short time; he experienced an essential shift in awareness so weighty that outwardly, he seem, to many who knew him, to be a completely dissimilar person. Since his religious awareness awakened, profound inner transformations began which outspread in the form of many miraculous experiences and mystical insights.

He felt a burly wind of modify during his life which bring with it a deep urge to submit finally to heavenly will. Soon after, he stopped teachings at the Brixton College, absent his home and began a life of silence simplicity and surrender. A great peace entered his beings, and has remained ever since.

Since 1999, Mooji has been distribution satsang in the structure of natural encounters, retreats, satsang intensives and one-to-one meetings with the many seekers who visit him, from all parts of the world, in hunt of the direct knowledge of fact.

His approach is shortest, clear, kindly and frequently. Once wedged in the grip of his questions, present seems to be no place to hide.

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Jiddu Krishnamurti

Jiddu Krishnamurti

Jiddu Krishnamurti was born on May 12, 1895, in the small town of Madanapalle in Chittoor District in Andhra Pradesh about 150 miles west of Madras. His family was of Telugu-speaking Brahmins. His father, Jiddu Narianiah, was working as an executive of the then colonial British administration. His parents were second cousins, having a total of eleven children, only six of whom live childhood.

In 1903, the family settled in Cudappah, where Krishnamurti, throughout a previous stay, had contracted malaria, a disease with which he would suffer regular bouts over many years. He was a sensitive, dreamy and sickly child and was often taken to be spiritually retarded. He was beaten frequently at school by his teachers and at home by his father.

In memoirs he write when he was eighteen he describes psychic experiences he had during that time, having seen his sister after her death in 1904, and his mother who had died in 1905 when he was ten.

Still through an observant orthodox Brahmin, Krishnamurti’s father Narianiah had been a member of the Theosophical Society since 1882. Narianiah retired from work at the end of 1907, and, being of limited means, wrote to Annie Besant, then president of the Theosophical Society, seeking employment at the Theosophical head residence at Adyar. He was finally hired by the society as a clerk, and he moved with his family to there in January, 1909.

Narianiah and his four needy sons were at first assigned to live in a small cottage that lacked sufficient sanitation and which was situated just outside of the Theosophical compound. As a result of poor living conditions, Krishnamurti and his brothers were soon underfed and diseased with lice.

It was in April of 1909 when krishnamurti was encountered by a famous occulist and high-ranking the osophist C.W. Leadbeater, who claimed clairvoyance. Through his forays to the Theosophical estate’s beach at the near Adyar River, Lead beater had noticed krishnamurti and was astonished by the “most wonderful aura he had ever seen, without a particle of selfishness in it”. This burly feeling was notwithstanding Krishnamurti’s outward exterior, which, according to eyewitnesses, was pretty ordinary, unimpressive, and unkempt. The boy was also measured “chiefly dim witted”, he frequently had a “vacant expression” that “gave him an almost moronic look”. Lead beater remains unshaken that the boy would become a great teacher.

The Theosophical Leadership in 1911 established a new organization called of the Star in the East in order to organize the world for the aforementioned coming of the World Teacher. Krishnamurti was named as its head, with superior Theosophists in special positions. Connection was release to anybody who established the doctrine of the coming of the World Teacher.


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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Adyashanti

Adyashanti

Adyashanti was born in 1962 in Cupertino, California. His known name is Stephen Gray.

At the age of nineteen, he came crosswise the idea of enlightenments in a book, and it ignite a wish to knowledge that deep state. He built a hut in his parents’ backyard and practiced meditation there with all the vigor of a spirited athlete, training under the regulation of Zen teacher Arvis Joen Justi.
 

When he was twenty-five, he qualified an development, which he describe as “a understanding of the original connectedness and oneness of all beings.”
 

For the next eight years he continued to consider – though he says that all intellect of attempt and anxiety vanished – and work in his father’s machine shop.
 

In 1996 Justi encouraged Gray to create teachings on his own. He gave his first talks in his aunt’s extra room above a garage to just a handful of students. Sometimes no one would show up. More a few years the small gatherings grow, until there were hundreds of students in presence each week. Throughout this time gray took the name “Adyashanti,” Sanskrit for “primordial peace.”
 

These days Adyashanti gives talks and weekend “intensives.” He also leads five-night silent retreats, which have become so accepted that register currently takes place by random chance. The nonprofit society Open entrance Sangha supports his job and sells his books and copy of his talks.

 

Adyashanti is wedded and life with his husband in the Bay Area, not far from his childhood home.


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Monday, March 9, 2009

Ramesh Balsekar

Ramesh Balsekar

Ramesh S. Balsekar worked as the General Manager of a important nationalized Bank and leave as its leader in 1977. Soon after his retirement he met the well-known sage, and his Guru, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. The total considerate that ‘no one does anything’ happened in 1979. Ramesh began translating mainly of the daily talks held by Nisargadatta Maharaj at this time. He himself began teaching in 1982. The ‘command’ to talk was given by his Guru. These talks or ‘conversation’ began on the day when an Australian man showed up at his door early one morning.

 

The next day, this Australian returned with a little of his friends. Slowly, the number of visitors who came to listen to listen the Ramesh began to produce. While then, he was written over 20 books and held some seminars in Europe and the USA and, while he is in Mumbai, the talks maintain every morning at his house. As Ramesh says, “No one is invited, and everyone is welcome.”

 

Ramesh, who is wedded and a father of three children, is widely regarded as a ‘householder’ Guru. He elaborates his own concepts with those of his Guru Nisargadatta Maharaj, the Buddha, Ramana Maharshi, elected Hindu scriptures as well as the knowledge of Taoist Master and Wei Wui Wei. Every one serves as pointers to the fact-The final Understanding. 



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Friday, March 6, 2009

Swami Sri Chinmoy Wallpaper

Sri Chinmoy

Sri Chinmoy was born in the small town of Shakpura in East Bengal in 1931. Sri Chinmoy was the youngest of seven children. During 1944, after both his parents had approved away, 12 years-old Chinmoy entered the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, a spiritual culture society near Pondicherry in South India. Here he exhausted the next 20 years in spiritual practice – counting long hours of thought, practising athletics, symbols poetry, essays and religious songs.
 

In his early youth, Chinmoy had lots of intense inner experience, and in succeeding years achieved very higher states of thought. In 1964, he encouraged to New York City to split his inner wealth with truthful seekers in the west.


Sri Chinmoy sees objective – the heart’s constant desire for still higher and deeper realities – as the spiritual force after all huge advances in religion, culture, sports and science. Through alive in the heart and hopeful for continual self-transcendence, men and women can bring advance the greatest in them and locate their path to true approval. In his words:
 

“Our aim is to go from bright to brightest, from high to higher to highest and even in the maximum, there is no end to our development, for God Himself is inside each of us and God at every moment is transcending His own Reality.”
 

Sri Chinmoy serves as religious guide to students in some 60 countries around the world, hopeful an impartial lifestyle that incorporates the inner disciplines of prayer and thought with the drive of contemporary life.
 

Sri Chinmoy’s life was a face of endless originality. His huge output spans the domains of music, poetry, painting, writing and activity. His charity in each of these fields has been signal and far-reaching.
 

Sri Chinmoy regularly travelled during the world to present free concerts, lectures and community meditations, to meet with his students, and to meet and discuss spirituality with world and society leaders. Sri Chinmoy did not charge a fee for this religious direction, concerts, lectures and public meditations. 

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