In this satsang, Asha discusses how resistance to the circumstances in our lives often create more suffering than the circumstances themselves. How frequently do we create tension, energetically, physically, and emotionally, by resisting truth and our necessary dharma?
Yogananda described eight universal aspects of God; peace, wisdom, power, love, calmness, sound, light, and joy. How do we apply these seemingly abstract concepts in our daily lives, using them not only as guiding principles, but also as practical tools to uplift and transform our consciousness in the present moment.
How can we help others regardless of circumstances or worldly ability? As Nayaswami Devarshi put it, if a child sees another child suffering and can’t help, they’ll run and get their mother. We too, as children of our Divine Mother, can discover a greater joy within ourselves, and be channels for Divine blessings, by taking the woes of others to … Read More
Is there a divine purpose in suffering? All of our circumstances are perfectly orchestrated to bring us the experiences that we, individually, need to expand our consciousness and find a deeper awareness of ourselves and God.
In this “fire-side chat” Asha discusses how to relate to darkness manifested in the world. Is it enough just to love it, or do we need to fight and stand up for the light?
Asha further discusses the principle of karma and how to meet it. How to develop the right type of magnetism to overcome or mitigate the trials and obstacles that come to us.
In this episode, Asha discusses the universal law of karma, how it works, and how we can learn to work with our karma to discover greater and greater happiness and inner freedom.
In this 30 minute video, Asha discusses the affirmation of Discrimination from Swami Kriyananda’s book, Affirmations for Self-Healing, and how to apply it to our daily lives, both in our current times and eternally.
How can we approach the times we’re living in and address our circumstances in the SPIDOG way; Solve Problems In the Direction of God. Can we learn to think positively while also remaining practical and realistic? Learn to attune your mind and awareness with God’s grace in everything you do.
Death itself is not a tragedy. In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna presents death as the “final exam” that we will all pass through. Sooner or later, each of us will have to cut our ties with this world. It is essential that we look clearly and courageously at death and live our lives in a way that prepares us for … Read More