Nirodbaran describes the various ways in which the Mother prepared, and helped sadhaks. Some of her ways are hidden, subtle and guided by inner laws.
The author examines some key challenges with workers’ concentration in the corporate context and sheds light on developing a greater concentration.
Given that different inner attitudes and aspirations motivate individuals to work, the author speaks of five evolutionary stages, with ‘Work as Worship’ as the highest stage.
Drawing examples from world history and placing them in the light of the truth of the spirit, this essay explores what makes a nation persevere and become immortal.
After outlining what is meant by the nation-soul, the author in this second part of the essay explains the meaning of a nation’s rebirth.
Have you ever wondered what makes one space feel harmoniously beautiful and another space, sometimes even the most well-designed space, feel jarring, out of order almost? And how is all this related to the inner spaces in which we dwell – spaces where practicing harmony is both an art and a science of life and living.