How to transcend our ego’s identity to the problems in life and the transitory nature of existence? By tuning into our unchanging nature within, we will overcome confusion about our own moral compass.
A key element in manifesting success, Asha says, is to anchor yourself in your unchanging Self within. One must develop a deep understanding that the source of all power is in their changeless, eternal Self.
Balancing work and meditation becomes easy when we truly understand our life experience from the inside out. Asha shares real examples of how our inner and outer realities work together, and how soul progresses through continuous expansion of awareness.
By becoming still, we invite our superconsciousness to guide our lives — it is that dynamic life force within us that changes us, creates success on every level, and offers the secret to balancing work and spiritual life. (Based on Lesson 7.)
Nayaswami Asha discusses the concept of time and its illusory nature. Whatever the endeavor, energy and inspiration are essential to create excellence — the quantity of time is not. (Based on Lesson 8.)
Through intuitive understanding, one learns to relate to all people and every circumstance as a part of divine flow — and by consciously choosing to live in harmony with right principles, success naturally follows. (Based on Lesson 9.)
The spiritual path is about tapping into one’s inner consciousness and the changeless reality of God, the infinite light. By offering all that one does to that Light, one sees how everyday activity is an expression of a greater reality. Nayaswami Asha continues the discussion on human values and Patanjali’s Yamas and Niyamas as guideposts to right living. (Based on … Read More
Leaders can use their magnetism to expand consciousness of this planet. In order to be effective in helping others, leaders must be not only righteous but also realistic in their approach. (Based on Lesson 10.)
Good leadership is a talent that requires patience and astuteness to help balance what is right with what is real. A leader’s own preferences and realities must be seen in relationship to the whole. (Based on Lesson 10.)
The planet is unbalanced by greed and we should expect a correction in the form of economic difficulties. Loss of greed will lead to gain in spirituality. Investment is not only about where we place our money but also about where our time and energy are spent. (Based on Lesson 11.)
Spirituality and spiritual communities will thrive in a period of world economic unrest, Asha says. Swami Kriyananda’s advice on investing money involves choosing wisely by understanding the true nature of money and the delusions that come with seeking wealth. (Based on Lesson 11.)
Compromise in itself is not bad, Asha says, because not all kinds of compromise require that we neglect our ideals. Indeed, compromise is inherent to the way we must relate in this world. (Based on Lesson 12.)