Category Archives: Inner Engineering

Mrs. Obama’s speech

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It is Martin Luther King day today. I learned the meaning of character from the words, “it is not the color of your skin but the content of your character” and the weight that speech carries in ones minds eye. The reflection there is priceless. I want to share a powerful speech that showed character and moved me today, that I came across on the facebook feed. There is greatness here to be learned and said, the decency of presidency from a black president and the first lady. Thoughts about obama’s president, I didn’t quite understand all that he wanted to pass into law that had a heavy cost during the first 100 days of presidency, what language of a white man was there that still needed to be understood and will it be ever understood in that political position. I do think he worked tirelessly when in office, it was America that voted him. His accomplishment with health care was a huge milestone and historic. Was it worth the applause, or worthless? What of the welcome by all the white men who previously held the position of presidency? If language had a bearing it would look like this in my world. The skin you are proud of in white house let that be so we understand the nature and measure of all truths in this world. Would you have a black job fair if America voted for you to be in white house, does the white race think in those terms or is that nature of the internship and or value of leadership and democracy. Is this world simply have to be all black or choose white is that price of disappointment in presidency. The skin, perhaps maybe the priceless measure of Michelle Obama’s speech despite the insult to Black presidency by Trump admistration, his publicly wanting to undo of everything and yet reveal to us all what was in the white house.

Truth

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A quote by Ravindranath Tagore: “Facts are many but truth is one.”
What is that one truth we can all agree on and can we agree on such a truth? In my opinion truth is one, means one truth we can all agree on so it is to me when we are here no more, or happening in a different reality dynamic of what would take place spiritually with our bodies and not by which we would understand of how we live our lives. That dynamic, space and time happening of that one truth maybe that we are the spirit and the soul and not the body, that thirsts.
Everything that look place in my life since my grandfather passing away and the next five years after that was that reality with the spirit. Good and bad of that experience. I do not know why I should have experienced the bad but I did and not true to who I am. I only way I can hope to understand that is it is my teacher, and to count its blessings and be grateful that at 40 I am healthy and happy.
The truth is also this of that one reality that I experienced after surya namaskaram, that is the spirit in my life. The dead and also the living? I don’t know how this was taking place, I can’t formulate into words other than to say I experienced spirit. As I have mentioned it was good and bad. I can only describe my life then as insane, unreal, and real. What people understood of my life, didn’t understand and wanted prove of me through this experience was priceless. I don’t know people might have very well written their own karmas. If what people understand of this world resembles a like for Trump presidency or crucification of Jesus, what people cared, could care less and understood of my life also looked like that. Insane were the incidents that should have never happened, these out of body experiences with the spirit and also the blog, what I intended for it and what all happened with it also. That is not true to my being as person. The real is everything I experienced with my arranged marriage, and what all I learned of that situation in Indian culture. The loyalty to one’s experience has forever changed my life and relationships. Unreal are my meditative experiences years later. There is truth to what the swami’s have said, that it is possible to experience bliss through meditation and that have in my life years later. I come out of my meditations happy and blissful. What I have learned with all that happened in the last 10 years is people have taught me who they are and intellect they live with and understand of life.
The truth is also this, I am at peace with my self. I owe remainder of my life to my grandparents, and let fate guide my life. They cared for my happiness so much that I know they would not have it any other way, that is to see me happy. I am happier than I had ever been in the 40 years of my life. What I have experienced of God, spirit and soul I have to live with so when look back at those experiences or my meditation experiences I feel there must be greater purpose to my life. There may not be greater purpose in life for me, only being contended and at peace with myself and experience all the wealth in good health also. A family and children would be nice, I will let that fall into place in way it is supposed to by God’s grace.
I do not doubt another person in this world, might have experienced spirit, or a type of near death experience. These incidents have known to exist. So I may not be the only one who has experienced spirit in life.
I write from my soul. That is the truth. Maybe it also be the one truth with which we understand ourselves.

Where does your mind go and what can it teach you?

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Where does your mind go when you read all this written on this blog? Why does it go there? What do you think? How should a God bless you?

Do you think where your minds and eyes go and don’t go can teach you buddhi, siddhi, bhakti, and Jna* ?

What is buddhi? The difference between and ones understanding of right and wrong. Ones Intellect.

What is Siddhi? Ones accomplishment, perfection in your accomplishment, a sense of achievement from sadhana (practice).

What is Bhakti?  Ones  search for God, your belief in God, devotion for God and something higher in power.

What is Jna*?  You have a good judgement. It is the highest kind of knowledge/wisdom.

What does it look like in this world? Opening of one’s eyes, there is Sanskrit verse for this.

Where your eyes go, don’t go, acknowledge and fail to acknowledge will teach you the undenying Hindu principles most importantly the truth of the soul. To be content with ourselves in truth, is the undenying nature of our yoga here also.

The difference between content and context

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America the difference between content and context.

The content, a post, the visual material that you simply read with your mind. The knowledge you hope to gain for a desired purpose of importance.

And

The Context, the time and place this post took place in, that is what is important — the current state of events, thoughts and as they apply to a certain place in time.

Content will judge you. Context will never judge you.

Things India can teach you

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Things India can teach you.

1. The spiritual and philosophical religion in this world, a spiritual awakening to live for.

2. The birth place of yoga.

3.  Embraces vegetarianism and holistic cooking.

4. The culture that praises dharma, truth and truthful living.

6.  Celebrates the power of music through ragas.

7.  Appreciates the ‘values’ of education.