Vedanta and Yoga
Vedanta and Yoga
May 24, 2020
Reflections on the Gita 3
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Lecture by Swami Tyagananda, given on May 24, 2020, at the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society, Boston, MA.

Om Swami Podcast
Om Swami Podcast
Spirituality & Life by Om Swami
Should You Reveal Your Sadhana Practice
The question answered in the discourse was - Is it ok to reveal your Sadhana Practice if someone asks you about it? The scriptures are very clear about it, that one must never disclose their sadhana unless it is with their guru. The impact goes down significantly if you do this. The moment you share it with someone, they will ask you about your experience. Even that is ok, the trouble comes when you exaggerate those experiences, and you begin telling yourself a story that you start to believe. You will then begin to defend those experiences and that involves a lot of lies. When you lie on this path, that significantly weakens your consciousness as a Sadhak. Let your success speak for itself, let people feel your energy, and deduce if you are doing some sadhana. Once you complete a mahapuruscharan, then you are welcome to share what you experienced. The moment you expose your plan, you will have to defend is consciously and subconsciously. Other people's egos and energies come into play. Any sadhana or anything you wish to do has to be guarded. When something is in the making it is not the same as it is made. When you are still in the "making" you need to detach yourself from the ego, which will nudge and propel you to speak about your sadhana and experiences. At that time if someone asks you, just say I am just following instructions, or that I am in the path of mantra yoga or meditation. Listen to the full discourse to get deeper insights into the topic. Video Timeline: 0:00 Start 0:09 Should you reveal your sadhana practice to others 02:35 What happens when you share your practice 05:22 When can you disclose details about your sadhana Intro and outro animation: Sushree Svadha Om Piano music: Adi Sharma "How well you feel about what you do is the foundation of a meaningful existence. A life of no meaning is a life that’s gone out of control. Drifting is hardly a voyage. And that is why, in my humble opinion, every spiritual being at some point of time in his/her life steps back and questions the meaning of it all. " https://os.me/when-you-feel-in-control/" BREATHE / SMILE / LET GO ----------------------- SUBSCRIBE to Om Swami channel for a weekly dose of positive and practical thoughts on life, meditation, spirituality, relationships & more! - https://www.youtube.com/user/omswamitv ----------------------- Want to connect & explore more. You can connect with Om Swami on https://os.me. ----------------------- If you enjoy the talks and would like to try courses by Om Swami, please visit: https://os.me/courses/ ----------------------- Need a companion in your self-discovery. You can find Om Swami's books here: https://os.me/books/ -----------------------
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Episode 122 - Osho And Past Life Regression
Today our guest is Ma Devagarbha (Avalon Haykus). Devagarbha took sannyas in 1980 and holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Antioch University. Her background includes training in both traditional and alternative forms of counselling and hypnosis, including certification as a Rajneesh Counsellor in 1983. Devagarbha is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Certified Professional Hypnotherapy Trainer and has taught state and nationally approved professional certification trainings in hypnotherapy for over twenty-five years. Devagarbha discovered past life regression as part of her professional development. During her first experience, Devagarbha resolved a long-term phobia and decided to make this technique part of her professional toolkit to help others. Devagarbha is writing a book about past life regression using hypnosis. As part of the research, Devagarbha looked into what Osho said about past lives and reincarnation. Devagarbha developed a deep understating of this subject through her studies, as well as her personal and professional experience, and she articulates it all beautifully in this rich and fascinating interview.   Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode: 01.30 - How Devagarbha came to know about Osho 02.30 - What Osho triggered in Devagarbha  08.30 - Meeting Osho in the body  11.40 - How Devagarbha got interested in Past Life Regression 15.15 - Devagarbha resolved a phobia through a past life regression session 22.45 - Devagarbha resolved a personal crisis through hypnosis 27.15 - Is past life regression just imagination or a real experience? 31.30 - Can Science prove reincarnation? 32.45 - Osho, past lives and reincarnation 39.00 - The fear of disappearing into nothingness  41.10 - The experience of universal consciousness  46.45 - Devagarbha’s book 48.00 - The most impactful book in Devagarbha’s life 48.30 - Devagarbha’s advice to a new Osho lover 51.15 - Devagarbha and Osho today   Resources: Devagarbha’s email Love Osho Youtube channel Love Osho Free Guide - How to meditate if you can't sit quietly Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram Music and Voice by Chinmaya Dunster Donate to support the Podcast *** REVIEW! *** If you’ve enjoyed the show, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It makes it easier for other people to find us and benefit from the content. Thank you so much!
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