Meditation is all about making your consciousness a perfect mirror to see yourself.
There is no absolute free will and no absolute fate. Life is lived somewhere in between these
two extreme views.
The instinct to excel and push past the boundaries is part of being human.
Love must grow and embrace more and more within its orbit of expression.
This world is a place of wonder and also a place of learning moral lessons.
The only way to develop love is constant remembrance.
Meditation done properly creates a condition and that condition changes us.
Everything starts from practice. Over time, practice leads to lifestyle and lifestyle leads to destiny.
With anything you do, try to do it joyfully and cheerfully.
To be happy, our inner and outer states need to be in harmony.
One beautiful thing that I have learnt over the years is that love attracts. People who have a hard heart and a harsh face repel grace, whereas a joyful heart attracts grace easily and naturally.
Society can change only when we want it to change, and when we change, society has already changed to that extent.
Our soul and the soul of all is one and the same.
When the heart is at peace, the mind is at rest.
Inner peace is more important than all the riches of the world.
Strive for self-improvement in order to excel at whatever we do and expand our possibilities.
Everything we need is already present within us.
Learn to realise the soul within you.
The superficiality of the heart is the mind. The depth of the mind is what we call the heart.
When we are prayerful, we gradually master the art of listening to the heart.
Learn to love without attachment, because it is attachment which troubles us, not our love.
He whose tongue is polite, civilized and cultured, has a large heart, pure and noble.
The mind, also known as the subtle body, is the one we have to refine to design our destiny.
Through meditation we move from complexity of mind to the simplicity of heart.
When we learn to accept and love, every aspect of our life begins to thrive.
Be truthful with yourself. Are you really meditating or sitting with your eyes closed thinking that you are meditating?
To purify the self, any habits and emotions we have, which are against nobility of character and culture, need to be corrected, and all the tendencies need to be refined and reach their perfection.
Maintain constant vigilance in introspecting and analysing yourself. How can I improve myself further and further?
What is the point of meditating if we do not become better people—kinder, more compassionate, and more giving?
Truthful people are content in their simplicity and purity. They are not trying to impress anyone, because they know who they are.