This story titled ‘Swarāt Samrāt’ in our ongoing series invites us to ponder upon the concept and practice of self-mastery and self-conquest.
What happens next to Neel and Lal? And what of the jewels each of them had? Read all about it in this part 2 of the story and learn of a deep Vedantic truth.
The author, who is deeply interested in applying the Mother’s teachings of Integral Education in her classroom setting, shares a few insights.
Narendra Murty speaks to Chirasree Mitra, a psycho-social counsellor who shares some insights on the topic from a scientific point of view.
While discussing physical education the Mother highlighted the need for developing healthy habits related to food. Children must be taught to eat according to hunger, neither more nor less, and not to make meals an occasion to satisfy their greed or gluttony.
How and why did the taste for food develop? How can one refine and develop one’s sense of taste? Read excerpts from the Mother’s conversation on these subjects.
What is the right place and significance of reading spiritual literature in the path of sadhana? Can reading help prepare the sadhak, can it become a hindrance? Should a sadhak read only spiritual or religious literature? What about the literary classics that are often considered ‘secular’ literature? What does it mean to study literature or write only for the Divine? These and a few more questions are explored in the current issue.