A social person is full of wrong ideas about himself and the world. A misunderstanding of nature and essence of emotions is one of the main sources of human suffering. Understanding the fact that emotion is a falsification, substitution, a surrogate for feelings, frees us from a serious attitude to emotions, from the idea of its high value, and as a result, makes us free, calm and happy.
OM SHANTI OM
Om Shanti Om is an ancient Vedic Mantra. Om is the sound of universe, the primordial sound.
Mantras for Deep Inner Peace. These 8 Powerful Mantras can help immensely in calming the mind.
1. OM SHANTI OM
2. ANTARJAMI PURAKH BIDATE
3. SARVESHAM SVASTIR BHAVATU
4. TAN MAN SHAANT
5. LOKAH SAMASTAHA SUKHINO BHAVANTU
6. GAYATRI MANTRA
7. ASATOMA SADGAMAYA
8. SHANTI MANTRA (Also called Shanti Paath)
Human love does not shine, but blinds, for it is full of attachments.
It does not warm, but only burns, for it is based on passion.
It is the love of the body for the body, the mind for the mind, character for character, personality for personality.
It does not know God, it has little happiness and much suffering.
We therefore believe that life is a set of events that occur with our body and mind. And this is the main source of human suffering, because we can not control the outside world and become completely dependent on it. But it’s like watching a movie: I disappear in the experiences and events of the characters, but when the film ends I realize that it was all unreal, and was happening inside my Self, which was aware and perceived by these pictures. It is within our Self, in the field of awareness, that there is a real life, and not in a world of objects that change and move, capturing our attention and creating the illusion of life.
AThe Yuga Cycle doctrine tells us that we are now living in the Kali Yuga; the age of darkness, when moral virtue and mental capabilities reach their lowest point in the cycle. The Indian epic The Mahabharata describes the Kali Yuga as the period when the “World Soul” is Black in hue; only one quarter of virtue remains, which slowly dwindles to zero at the end of the Kali Yuga. Men turn to wickedness; disease, lethargy, anger, natural calamities, anguish and fear of scarcity dominate. Penance, sacrifices and religious observances fall into disuse. All creatures degenerate. Change passes over all things, without exception.