Dashlakshan Parva Day 10: Celibacy

  • Dated 01 Sep 2020
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The word brahmacharya is derived from the word brahm – pure soul within and charya – to dwell or be immersed in its experience. It is like pure meditation or samadhi…

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Dashlakshan Parva Day 9: Non-attachment

  • Dated 31 Aug 2020
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Yesterday we talked about giving. Today we will advance further and talk about developing non-attachment to our material possessions. Let us understand the difference between penance, giving up and non-attachment. Penance is to remove our emotions, cravings for external objects…

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Dashlakshan Parva Day 8: Giving

  • Dated 30 Aug 2020
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Today, we shall talk about giving. Why? Because for the first seven days, we talked about our virtues, some practices to reduce our pain and now the time has come to give away things which we feel cause pain.

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Dashlakshan Parva Day 7: Penance

  • Dated 29 Aug 2020
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Literal meaning of tapa in Hindi is to heat profusely to purify. For example, purifying gold by melting it and removing its impurities. As a spiritual virtue, it means to use our inherent energy and will power to purify ourselves of the evils/undesirable traits and…

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