Tag Archives: Reducing desires

SSRF’s uniquely individualised spiritual practice

That there are as many pathways to God as there are people is a fundamental law of Spirituality. So how is it possible to customise spiritual practice?

Chanting (Japa)

Benefits of spiritual practice

Benefits of chanting – psychological

Psychological benefits of chanting include the subconscious mind getting purified, increase in concentration, introversion and introspection and purification of speech.

What are the benefits of coordinating chanting the Name of God with one’s breath?

This article explains the benefit of coordinating chanting the Name of God along with ones breath

Spiritual practice with expectation and without expectation

The seeker experiences worldly happiness by doing sakam spiritual practice while he experiences spiritual Bliss (Ānand) by doing nishkam spiritual practice.

Own Wish, Other’s wish and God’s wish

One way to reduce our ego is to move from functioning as per one’s own wish to other’s wish and finally as per God’s wish as part of our spiritual practice.

Spiritual perspective on funeral etiquette at a funeral reception

It is common funeral etiquette in today’s world to have a funeral reception. From a Spiritual science perspective, this can be highly detrimental for the people involved as well as for the subtle-body of the deceased. But as it is not always possible to avoid attending a funeral reception, this article provides information on what to do or not to do.

Disposing belongings of the deceased

After a loved one dies, many people are unsure what they should do with their belongings. This article provides a guide to the surviving relatives.

Do not waste your spiritual energy

If we use spiritual energy gained through spiritual practice, for example in the form of prayer, to get worldly benefits then the spiritual energy gets depleted.