Bodhinatha met today with two Level One Master course students, John Stern and Larry Otis. Both men have years of background in meditation and sadhana and are serious about their spiritual unfoldment and plan to move forward into Level Two of the study.
Larry Otis has called himself a Siva worshipper for many years, having associated with Kashmir Saivism for many years. He’s happy to find Gurudeva’s teaching which offers the fullness of Saiva culture and be able to be in direct touch with a spiritual preceptor. He does sadhana daily, and loves the Master Course
"Hinduism is recognized as the most compassionate, mystical and enlightened faith on the planet." Is India's ancient faith Hinduism a religion or a way of life? All religions are ways of life but there are ways of life that don't involve God and worship. Religion guides our daily life. We encourage deeper religious practices such as the humility developed by selfless service, especially in a temple or ashram, scriptural study, worship in the home shrine and temple, pilgrimage and coming into a sense of oneness with God which meditation can provide.