sábado, 28 de janeiro de 2012
sábado, 21 de janeiro de 2012
How do we cultivate a field?
We remove the stones, plow the land, plant seeds, irrigate the land, supply manure and then get a beautiful harvest.
Similarly, a divine harvest of peace, love and joy can be reaped in our body-land.
The answer is through Yoga and meditation. With both these elements we can cultivate our body-land for better health and develop good memory and brainpower, a calm mind and an improved intelligence.
The practice of Kriya Yoga will enable us to see, hear, understand and experience the inner light within.
Como podemos cultivar uma plantação?
Nós removemos as pedras, aramos a terra, plantamos as sementes, , irrigamos a terra, colocamos uma fonte de adubo e em seguida, obtemos uma bela colheita .
Da mesma forma, uma colheita divina de paz, amor e alegria pode ser colhida em nosso corpo-terra.
A resposta é através do Yoga e da meditação. Com estes dois elementos podemos cultivar o nosso corpo-terra para termos uma melhor saúde e desenvolvermos uma boa memória e inteligência, uma mente calma e uma inteligência melhorada.
A prática de Kriya Yoga nos permitirá ver, ouvir, compreender e experimentar a luz interior dentro de nós.
sexta-feira, 20 de janeiro de 2012
Shri Sanyal Mahasaya was born on January 20th, 1877 in a hamlet called Sadhan Para, in the district of Nadia on the eastern coast of India. Nadia is considered one of the holiest places in India, because many spiritual personalities were born in this area.
His Guru, Shri Lahiri Mahasaya, initiated him into Kriya Yoga in 1893, although he had already been initiated in a dream.
He was then only sixteen year old.
Shri Sanyal Mahasaya worked as a schoolteacher and together with the future Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, he founded and taught at the Institute at Shanthiniketan. Later on, this Institute became a famous university. He worked there for seven years and as a result of his skill, exemplary character and insight, he became Tagore's trusted associate and close friend.
Shri Sanyal Mahasaya was a gifted writer, a divine guide and Guru, an educator and a true lover of mankind. He spread the secret science of Kriya Yoga to countless householders, brahmacharis and monks throughout India.
quinta-feira, 19 de janeiro de 2012
When we see a glass half filled with water, do we say it is half empty or half full?
If we say 'half full' we are looking in a positive way, if we say that it is 'half empty', we are looking at the negative aspect.
I would say that the glass is full.
You may wonder, 'How?'
The glass is filled half with water and half with air. This is the mystic vision. It is neither pessimistic nor optimistic.
If you want to be a mystic, see good all the time.