How much of your life do you have control over and how much is decided by your past karma? Nayaswami Devi shares how to use your own will power and the practice of meditation, especially Kriya Yoga, to face any difficult karma and overcome the test it offers.
In our lives we can choose to look towards the light within and around us, or let the darkness overpower us. God’s light is always there, the choice is ours to make. Nayaswami Jyotish beautifully illustrates this using Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting “Adoration of the Magi”.
Within each one of us, there is a missing piece of the puzzle, that which leaves us feeling unfulfilled. Nayaswami Devi, calls it a “God shaped hole”. And she shares that nothing else could fill this hole but some tangible experience of God.
Nayaswami Jyotish speaks on the attitude of comparing ourselves to others, how it can detriment our spiritual growth and rob us of peace of mind. Accepting things as they are, and not trying to change the circumstances around us, brings true relaxation and only then can we experience joy.
Impermanence is the law of the universe. What exists today might not be there tomorrow. In this video Nayaswami Devi offers 3 tips on how we should live our life every day, so when it’s time to say goodbye there are no regrets.
When we start our meditation many times our minds are too restless. Nayaswami Jyotish gives analogy of a blinking indicator, and compares it to the flicker of our concentration. He gives 3 solid ways to improve our concentration.
While life itself offers a variety of experiences, Nayaswami Devi invites us to remember the big picture, the vast consciousness behind all creation, the beauty, love and joy that permeates all the creation.
In this society plagued by judgmental attitude, Nayaswami Jyotish offers an alternative. He suggests that before you make a judgement, try and find 3 good things that you like about the person or the situation you are in. The positive energy thus generated has a great potential to neutralize the negativity offered by the person or the situation, allowing you … Read More
In this talk, Nayaswami Devi shares her own discovery of the joy of her inner being, and how once one is anchored in that discovery, nothing and no one can take it away.
Nayaswami Devi tells a beautiful allegorical story, “A Tale of Two Butterflies”, emphasizing the important role obstacles play in our lives to make us strong. She ends with Paramhansa Yogananda’s saying that “There are no obstacles, only opportunities.”
Negative moods can interfere largely in our day to day life. By bringing energy to the point between the eyebrows, the pre-frontal lobe, we could change our mood within a very short span of time. Nayaswami Jyotish discusses a very simple way to do so in this video.