Mon, Dec 9th, 7:15 onwards @ Building 56-180. Free Yoga from 6:15-7:15 pm and veggie dinner served after the discussion @ 8:15 pm More »
Modern civilization has made tremendous progress through unprecedented advancements in science and technology. MIT has been at the forefront. Paradoxically, well-being or happiness, the prime objective of human endeavor, has become increasingly elusive and unsubstantial. More »
Progressive spiritual life begins with the tongue. What you eat and say has a strong impact on your consciousness and your thoughts, desires and feelings. Join us to learn the art of spiritual cooking and eating! More »
In the earning, attainment, increase, protection, expense, loss and enjoyment of wealth, all human beings experience great labor, fear, anxiety and delusion. – From the ancient spiritual classic, Srimad Bhagavatam
Happiness is not something OUT THERE that is to be COVETED but a treasure WITHIN that is to be UNCOVERED!
Newton asked an important question “why did that apple fall from the tree?” – the ancient sages of India, curious about the subtler laws of nature asked “why did the other apples not fall?” and more importantly, they asked “why did I fall from the blissful spiritual realm to this realm of suffering?”; Newton’s inquiry
Difficulties are simply opportunities for growth – they have no other purpose – it’s a question of how we perceive them, respond to them and what we learn from them; a materialist sees them as hindrance to his sense gratification, while the spiritualist sees them as divine arrangement for strengthening his love for God.