Rudra Yajnya at Homa farm in Tenjo, Colombia

Maria Teresa Nunez wrote from her Homa farm in Tenjo:
“I’m sending you some photos of the Rudra Yajnya, which was headed by Julian Acosta at the summer solstice and the full moon of July 8th on the Tenjo Homa farm.

It is very beautiful to see how people respond and come to the Homa fires from Bogota on a weekday. People understand that the power of the Homa fires is enormous and they know that no effort is too big in order to receive its wonderful blessings.” Continue reading “Rudra Yajnya at Homa farm in Tenjo, Colombia”

Transformation of Mind

            Transformation of mind comes even with very little effort. Have faith. Do not judge. Have patience. Do not find fault. Have humility. Be grateful. All the time grateful.

           Only thing you can do is to improve yourself. You cannot work out another person’s Karma. Even if you see exactly what must be done for that person to improve – whether quitting pot, improving eating habits, etc. – still you cannot do it for him. All you can do is work on yourself.

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The Spiritual Path: An Inconvenient Convenience

There are times when life seems to fall into place, a synchronicity of sorts appearing to pervade all of our thoughts and actions and ‘efficiency in action,’ the synthesis of yoga, becomes our modus operandi.
Then there are those seemingly more frequent occasions when the level playing field feels to be at a severe angle, when computers crash, cellphones go wonky, and we as well as our colleagues seem off kilter. Then what?
This is where the rubber meets the road, where the professionals earn their room and board. Continue reading “The Spiritual Path: An Inconvenient Convenience”