Bodhinatha’s Latest Upadeshas -- Commentaries on Path to Siva
What Is Our Code of Conduct -- Yamas.
“Siva’s devotees…move the forces of the world and are not moved or affected by them.” We meet and interact with all kinds of people. If we’re not following all the yamas it gets difficult to hold spirituality and to meditate. Actions which deviate from these ethical restraints cause disturbances in our life resulting in a disturbed mind, generating painful karmas.
Dhriti -- Steadfastness, is very important. Gurudeva frequently talks about the 4 P’s and then add “prayer”: plan, persistence, push and start it all with prayer. Reach in and find your willpower.
Path to Siva, Lesson 40.
Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami reads from Lesson 40 of the Himalayan Academy publication “Path To Siva,” discussing the yamas, Hinduism’s 10 restraints.
Today Satguru Bodhinatha had a brief photoshoot with our Appa Richard, which yielded these truly stunning portraits. Appa Richard is a masterful photographer of many years and works mostly in the medium of black and white photos. Here we have a collection of photos that he's taken during his week long stay on Kauai. Thank you Richard!
Bodhinatha's Latest Upadeshas - Commentaries on Path to Siva
Who Are the Four Great Tamil Saints? Path to Siva, Lesson 39 (January 17,2018)
Our saints have sung that Siva is within us, and we are within Siva." Having devotion to Siva, having Siva in your heart, offers protection during difficult astrological times. Choose good days for major events in your life and for compatability in major partnerships. Siva is a compassionate God and the way He set up astrology was compassionate; it goes back and forth between positive and negative periods.
Path To Siva, Lesson 39.
Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami reads from Lesson 39 of the Himalayan Academy publication "Path To Siva," discussing four of Saivism's well-known Tamil Saints.
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