Public discourse by Nayaswami Jaya at India International Center Delhi.
The surest way to all-round efficiency lies in first calmly broadcasting your desires to God in prayer until you receive His answer in the fulfillment of your proper desires. Always remember that God helps those who help themselves. To draw His help, you must also put forth every effort to accomplish your goal. Most people live almost mechanically, unconscious of … Read More
Material things cannot be owned by anyone, for at death they must be left behind and given to others. We are only allowed the use of things. It is foolish to be attached to material things. You should pray only to be given the use of things you genuinely need and, if necessary, to be given the power to create … Read More
Nayaswami Parvati shares about the inspiration behind the ancient practice of tithing and an example how it helped her in her life. From a Sunday Service at Ananda Village, January 13th, 2019.
True prosperity lies in being able to supply your mental and spiritual needs, as well as the physical. There is, however, a big difference between the things you need and the things you want. True prosperity means to have at your command the things that are necessary for your existence. Unfortunately, very few people understand what is truly necessary. Very … Read More
When faced with a challenge in life, right attitude is crucial. A negative outlook only blocks the energy, but when we have a positive approach and are willing to go to great lengths, nothing is impossible. When things get tough we need to gather all our energy and go full blast.
In any endeavor that we undertake, let it be job, relations, or anything that we are dealing with in the world, if we apply the combination of the four qualities, Nayaswami Jyotish assures that the success is not too far.
Whatever your position in life, it is you who put yourself there. Whatever you made yourself in the distant or near past, that is what you are now. God never punishes or rewards you, for He has given you the power to punish or reward yourself by the use or misuse of your own reason and will. It is you … Read More
The modern fad is to spend and spend and spend to the limits of our ability, and beyond. Several centuries ago, the great preacher and evangelist John Wesley (1703-1791) set a radically different example. Although Wesley was born in humble circumstances, he became so well known that his income eventually exceeded 1400 pounds per year — in today’s terms, the equivalent of … Read More