Answering the Unanswered !

Rahul Yuvi reached out and asked me to reblog this post. He is a fellow seeker and meditator and, as such, has some interesting thoughts and insights about meditation.

I hope that you enjoy this post and are able to incorporate some of his ideas into your meditation practice if you have one. And if you don’t, may this post inspire you to start one.

Inside Out With Rahul Yuvi

Preface : 

While on the spiritual journey , our mind or brain (or whatever you may like to call it) keeps on raising various questions or doubts  . For those , who despite all these distractions & play of mind continue to be on the path of Dhyan , most (if not all ) of these doubts get cleared by themselves in due course . However , unfortunately , for many,these doubts,these confusions & misconceptions raised by mind end up being the reasons to deviate or to completely turn back from Meditation .

While I am not a Guru and certainly not an enlightened being , but luckily , the nature or the divine has helped me to continuously be on this auspicious path of seeking thyself for quiet sometime now. The very purpose of writing this blog is to answer,  based on my own experience , some of the …

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“There was no room at the inn, but God came anyway.”*

I just remember their kindness and goodness to me, and their peacefulness and their utter simplicity. They inspired real reverence, and I think, in a way, they were certainly saints. And they were saints in that most effective and telling way: sanctified by leading ordinary lives in a completely supernatural manner, sanctified by obscurity, by …

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Mudita — Joy for Others

He who dies with the most toys wins. -- Malcolm Forbes If you're one of my loyal readers, you have undoubtedly heard me refer to metta -- or lovingkindness -- many times. I generally think of metta in terms of the meditation practice, but the word itself refers to one of the four Brahma Viharas, the highest, most divine …

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