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  1. Please allow me to introduce myself and steal 1 minute of your precious time. First of all I would like to apologize for my bad english. I'm 45 years old and I'm from Rome. I'm very into spirituality since I was 18,but im new in living unbound ( wonderful site!!) so I have decided to make this post because I have completely fallen in love with the Kashmir Shaivism. I would kindly want to ask you about some very important matters. I certainly hope you can help me: 1. In your experience, do you think that I could follow Kashmir Shaivism path 100% without any guru/master/group close
  2. My background is rather broad, and I've practiced Hinduism, paganism, hedonism, atheism, and rationalism. But I feel coming tot he Church very clearly in my heart. I tend to focus on poetry and nono-sectarian appreciation of divine beauty and sorrow, but my thinking is aligning more and more with teh Catholic Church, to which I hope to surrender fully. This blog post also describes what people call a "kundalini" experience, which is coming under control without psychotropic drugs, alcohol, or other substances (though I do take Vitamin D and St. John's Wort). I hope it is helpful in some se
  3. Anima

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    Namaste Hi everyone. It's 1:30 am here. At 5:00 am, I am riding my bike 10 miles to the Hindu temple here in Michigan. I will volunteer all day for the Govardhan puja. That celebrates Krishna’s merciful protection of the Govardhan village and His victory over the prideful Lord Indra. I feel like I’m supposed to be in India. I feel it very strongly. It’s strange. I wonder, “What am I doing here?” Nothing is keeping me here but myself. I am denying myself. Swamis come through the temple and bless us, yet I will not debate them. Am I hiding? At some point, there is no sense in observi
  4. Hello, friends: Please let me share an audio file of my favorite verse of Lord Krishna's Gita with you: http://bhagavad-gita.org/Gita/verse-02-23.html I hope you like the woman's chant! Speaking of the eternal Self, Swami Sivananda translates the verse thus: "Weapons cut It not, fire burns It not, water wets It not, wind dries It not." And speaking of the soul, Swami Prabhupada translates it thus: "The soul can never be cut to pieces by any weapon, nor burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind." Interesting contrast, right? Advaita and Dva
  5. For anyone interested in starting an effective, full-range program of meditation and yoga, a great resource is the Advanced Yoga Practices system developed by Yogani. Several of us involved with this community have experience with AYP, and it can be beneficial for a wide range of people, especially those with no previous experience (the practices are advanced - you don't have to be).
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