Tag Archives: Purusha


English dictionaries define ideation as the process of forming ideas. This word is not very popular in the English language. For reasons that I cannot fathom, the word “ideation” acquired negative connotations in the English language. The Sanskrit word “bhava” … Continue reading

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What is Intuition?

You must have noticed that articles with a title in the form of a question do not really provide answers. I am very conscious of this but I wrote few articles with titles in the form of a question anyway: … Continue reading

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What is your law?

I will continue with my Edge series. Previous postings were: Edge What questions are you asking yourself? The 2004 Edge question was: What is your law? I have multiple laws: The first one below has been mentioned by countless people … Continue reading

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Writings of Avadhutika Ananda Mitra Acarya

Avadhutika Ananda Mitra Acarya is a wholetimer in the Ananda Marga organization. Her book “The Spiritual Philosophy of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti” [1] is a very important book as it provides excellent commentary. I will provide short quotes from her book and give … Continue reading

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One and Zero

My teacher Shrii Shrii Anandamurti has a simple advice. I often fail to follow this simple principle. I hope you can. He uses the Sanskrit expression Parama Purusha to refer to God. “Your every action should be with Parama Purusha. … Continue reading

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