This week, I step aside and let you experience the divine presence of Sri Bhagawan Nityananda of Ganeshpuri.
As they say, attitude is everything. This is especially true in yoga and meditation. Our ability to succeed in any endeavor depends to a great extent on our attitude. In the beginning, after learning of the amazing opportunities that meditation has to offer, after learning no less of the highest...
Ethics and morality play a vital role in our meditation practice. In this post, we examine their place in our yogic path.
In this article first published in Elephant Journal, we look at how chanting can lift us out of a meditation slump.
This week we celebrate the life of Anandamayi Ma, an ecstatic saint from Bengal.
Loneliness can become a serious obstacle to meditation. In this post we examine how loneliness is attenuated by deep meditation.
https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/mahasarameditationpodcasts/Podcast+005.m4aPodcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSSLiving in the moment sounds so easy. In this podcast, we explore why the common teaching to remain in the now is not as simple as it...
In this guide, we review some common obstacles to meditation and explore solutions to allow us to rekindle our original love and enthusiasm for our practice.
In this episode, we explore what makes a person turn within in search of greater happiness and fulfillment, marking the beginning of our spiritual journey.
Most of us take our existence for granted. Sure, we love life and existence – that’s what fear of death is about: the fear of ceasing to exist – but because we experience ourselves as the mind and body, our innate sense of being is pushed to the background and we take our consciousness for granted.