Focus only on what is important. Know the difference. Don’t waste time and energy. You will then be very effective manifesting your intentions.
“Each cause must have an effect, and every effect honors its cause. Each word is a cause. Every identity is a cause with its own effects and reality. So a teacher is a teacher, not a human. His effect is … Read the rest
The only way a woman can be prosperous is if she understands that her life is full of problems and she has the capacity to overcome all problems with one damn smile. That’s truth. No woman who can smile … Read the rest
There is no choice now other than to arrive at your moment of enlightenment and become who you are destined to be. You.
The Nam is the personified personality and the applied personality merged together. Meditate on the Nam, on your own identity. There is nothing more precious than that. If you fall separate from your identity, you will become so low, … Read the rest
“Technically, the best approach is to do jappa—repeat the words and mantras we use in Kundalini Yoga and from the Shabd Guru. To some that looks insane. But we repeat those words for a purpose and a specific effect. When … Read the rest
“To win the game of life you must have caliber. To have caliber you must have an Applied Mind. An Applied Mind is a mind that processes everything positive and negative then acts from the Neutral Mind to express you. … Read the rest
“I want to share with you the beauty, the wonders of the human mind. I want you to understand that your mental faculty is not only a power, it is the greatest power, and it is at your call. I … Read the rest
“The Age is shifting. We had the Industrial Age, then the Information Revolution, and now we are crossing into the Aquarian Age. This will be the Age of Awareness. We will be overloaded with information and our psyches will become … Read the rest
Keep up the pressure despite the danger. Keep your manners and you will be OK.
“Periodic fasting is well known to clear the mind and to adjust our relationship to many of our emotions and impulses. Take the example of Mahatma Ghandi. He fasted, lived simply, and when he died the entire world acknowledged him. … Read the rest
“Normally, your mind doesn’t work that well. You forget to develop the meditative mind and your awareness. You forget to care for this body as a temple and as a most sophisticated creation and instrument. Your brain cannot compute well … Read the rest