My memory of meeting her via twitter is hazy – I do remember that my good friend Wayne Mcevilly ‘introduced’ me to her. Her comments were always insightful and introspective – the sign of one who ‘thinks before they speak’. Then, I happened to read one of the articles on her blog about her trip to India and her spiritual experiences there. Her writings were also full of references to her work as a scientist.
I decided to talk to her on your behalf. To find out what we could learn from her, that would help us in our respective spiritual journeys. And to answer the question – Can Science exist without Spirituality?
An interview with a musical genius, native American Indian, spiritual seeker who is memorizing the entire Sama Veda and who has traveled to India in the past seeking spiritual guidance and peace. Find out what he knows that we are perhaps forgetting – the value of leading a spiritual life without ‘conversion’….
Awake, arise and stop not till the desired end is reached. Arise, awake, for the time is propitious. Be bold and fear not. We have to become Abhih, fearless, and our task will be done. Arise, awake, for your country needs this tremendous sacrifice. It is the young men that will do it. The young, the energetic, the strong, the well-built, the intellectual – for them is the task.
I am often asked the question whether a particular mantra can be chanted or recited by a particular person from a particular caste. I am also often asked if certain mantras can be chanted by women. The answer to all such questions was eloquently given by one of the greatest reformers of the 19th century and the founder of the Arya Samaj, Swami Dayanand Saraswati. A summary of his explanation, based on the Vedas, is as
In celebration of Gita Jayanti, it is perhaps appropriate to look at what the Bhagavad Gita teaches us about the “the promise of Lord Krishna to his faithful” . This is best explained in an often quoted verse (Chapter IV, Verse 7) of the Gita – ‘yada yada hi dharmasya,…’ – Read More…