Series

A Matter of Perception (Parts 1 – 4 of 12)

You are utterly alone at the peak of achievement, or in the intense struggle of adversity. In the excitement of an adventure that tears down all restraints, or at the peak of ecstasy which you can share with no one…
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Vyāsa Pūrṇimā

You are utterly alone at the peak of achievement, or in the intense struggle of adversity. In the excitement of an adventure that tears down all restraints, or at the peak of ecstasy which you can share with no one…
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Vairāgya and Dhātuprasāda

Absence of bhoga (enjoyment) is often considered Vairāgya. The incessant craving to enjoy is, by itself, considered absence of Vairāgya.
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The Inner Journey of the Sannyāsī

What is it all about? What indeed does the Sannyāsī do within him? We keep hearing of it as a profound inner journey, don’t we? Are there stages and milestones to the journey? Some landmarks with distinct indications to confirm…
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Stances of the Soul

You and I operate from various kinds of pivots from within. Usually, these pivots define our character. This is who we are; this is how we are known to this world; this is how we introduce ourselves to this world….
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God, Light and the Sacred

A young man looks for a job. You ask him, ‘Why?’ ‘Because, I want to make money’, he says. ‘Oh, you want to make money so that you are respected? Regarded by your parents, friends, family? So that your woman…
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Nididhyāsana

You are utterly alone at the peak of achievement, or in the intense struggle of adversity. In the excitement of an adventure that tears down all restraints, or at the peak of ecstasy which you can share with no one…
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Articles

Will you heed the call?

Love is your first step into the heart. Until you love, you won’t even know...
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Who is a bad student of life?

The way you go about education could be one of two ways: First way is...
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Violence and Dharma

Very often when there is violence, and especially when Hindus resort to violence, a question...
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The Call of the Soul

Primarily, you and I are ‘bhogīs’, ‘enjoyers’! Let me clarify before you misunderstand. Within you,...
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The Human Problem Defined

We will attempt to cover this comprehensively, one at a time.
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Take to Religion Rightly

It is very much in the nature of religion to create two kinds of followers—the...
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Sudheendra Chaitanya

Sudheendra Chaitanya is a Hindu monk based in Bangalore, India. After completing Engineering, he studied the scriptures at Chinmaya Mission in 1991, and continued with Mission work until 2005.

He now chooses to spend time with himself, observing life—people and happenings—keenly, and his insights flow out as writings. As a serious investigator into the core issues of life, Sudheendraji connects to people and subjects of life alike…with intimate directness. He has also authored several books. Notable among them are Blooming in the Open, The How, What and Why of I and God and Personal Worship. In a lucid narrative, his writings deliver fundamental insights, ruthlessly searing through conditioned thoughts and beliefs, but nourishing the soul with care.

Sometimes nourishing, sometimes revealing…