This artwork was recently gifted by a visitor named Shona. The original art is 6 feet high and depicts what she saw and experienced during her first visit to Iraivan Temple in 2005. Shona was born in India to British parents and now lives in seclusion on a hilltop in Georgia, where she spends most of her time in meditation and drawing these beautiful mandalas.
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Bodhinatha's Latest Upadesha: "Detachment from Experiences; Importance of Daily Vigil" (May 5, 2013)
All experiences are good experiences, necessary to get us here. Awareness of aspects of ourselves that are constantly changing is a liberating perception, breaking our chains to mundane areas, detaching from instinctive and intellectual to go into superconscious. The greatest challenge facing youth today is the lack of relating to the devotional side of Hinduism. Daily practice, daily vigil, moves us forward spiritually. Commentary on Merging with Siva, The Master Course, Lesson 21. Listen Now Click here for all recent talks