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Life’s Pain Reduced with Samadhi

Pain is an unavoidable and universal part of life. Every human being is sure to experience some type of physical or emotional pain throughout the course of their life. Yet, with Samadhi, a timeless and egoless state of consciousness, one can reduce the suffering associated with pain. Samadhi is experienced as a transcendent state in…

Is Belief in a Definition of God Misleading?

Belief in a definition of God is an age-old concept that has been debated for centuries. Yet, with so many different interpretations of the concept, how can we be sure that any one version is correct? In this article, we will explore whether belief in a definition of God is misleading. The difficulty lies in…
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Why Our Minds Never Stop Churning

We all know the feeling of endless thoughts and worries bouncing around in our minds, never seemingly settling on one thing. It's as if we're trapped inside a monkey's mind, constantly searching for something that will cause us pleasure or keep us from experiencing loneliness. But why do our minds never seem to still? At…

Debunking the Philosophy of Karma

Karma, the philosophy of cause and effect across multiple lives, has captivated us for centuries. But true understanding of this concept can free us from the shackles of our ego, allowing us to focus on what matters in the present moment. Time is a deceptive mistress. We are all doomed to end up where we…

Exploring the Complexity of Reality

The concept of reality is something that has puzzled humanity since the dawn of time. In many ancient Eastern spiritual traditions, reality is seen as an illusion, or ‘Maya’ as it called in Vedanta philosophy. It suggests that there is no absolute truth and all truths are relative, making reality a complex and ever-changing thing.…
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How Our Minds Keep Us Trapped

Our minds are powerful tools, but they can also be a prison. Our memories and thoughts can keep us trapped in a loop of fear, anxiety and depression. The brain is made up of billions of neurons that control our emotions, thinking patterns and behavior. When we experience something traumatic, the neurons form pathways in…