Light on Wisely Proactive Actions

Light on Wisely Proactive Actions

Upon recognizing non-virtuous actions, an attitude of indifference needs to be cultivated. Such an attitude maintains mental balance. This indifference is a neutral stance that does not indicate inaction. Counteraction can be applied to oppose the non-virtuous activity. However, in this situation, the mind should not be disturbed by a feeling of vengeance or malice.


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Ganga Aarti at Varanasi

Holiday Blessings 2018

It has been another year and the holiday season is again upon us. Many of us reflect upon these times as a closure, while others consider the oncoming calendar year as an avenue for new affirmations. Some of us are simply content, while some of us feel happy because we made so many others happier. Fortunate are those who are able to smile at...


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Sacred Indic Art Available at Nonprofit Auction

Sacred Indic Art Available at Nonprofit Auction

Houston residents have the rare opportunity to experience an enchanting evening of art and culture offered by the Guidestar Gold and top-rated Nonprofit, Self Enquiry Life Fellowship. The annual benefit auction, known by its Sanskrit name Sattwadharman, takes place on September 29th and features a limited release of 36 rare meditative vintage photographs and antique altar paintings from the Nonprofit’s archive collection.


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Full Moon with Water

Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse

The upcoming total lunar eclipse of Wednesday, 31st January 2018 is on a blue moon. A total lunar eclipse is often called a blood moon because of the reddish orange glow the moon exhibits during the eclipse, moreover this full moon also happens to be a super moon. Thus this eclipse is being called the Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse.


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Four Auspicious Navarātri Periods of 2018

Four Auspicious Navarātri Periods of 2018

The Sanskrit text named Mahākāla Saṃhitā declares that four nine-night periods based on the dynamic soli-lunar calendar are deemed especially auspicious for the worship of the great śakti or the veneration of the Divine Mother. Each of these four periods are popularly celebrated as navarātri, which is a literal translation of nine-nights.


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