Sri Bhagavan: "You do not experience reality because your mind is all the time interfering. In reality there can be no suffering, because when you experience reality as it is, there is only joy, bliss, and love, no matter what it is. Mind is all the time criticizing and commenting…..
Q: Why should I forgive if the other person is wrong?
SRI BHAGAVAN :
" If you cannot forgive a person, you will be ruining yourself. Forgive the other person not for their sake, but for your own good.
Most of your problems in the external world arise because of your hurts. A hurt inside can cause an external problem. If you don't forgive, you carry the other person inside, and the other person is controlling your life, though he is physically far away from you....
Every year on August 15th, Sri AmmaBhagavan celebrate Amma's birthday as the Day of Love, offering a brief live meditation broadcast to the world. Enjoy this recording of it!:)
Krishnaji is the co-founder of One World Academy, which recently merged with Oneness University to form O&O Academy. In this cheerful interview, Krishnaji speaks on many subjects including spiritual vision, living in positive "beautiful" states of consciousness, the origins of deeksha, his father Sri Bhagavan, and much more. Enjoy! ....
As we enjoy the celebration of Life during this Thanksgiving season, here is a beautiful and simple meditation led by Preethaji to bring us into a state of gratitude and remind us of all those who have made our lives possible. Enjoy!
If you would like a free download of this meditation for your iPod or other mp3 player, please click here.
Deeksha is an ancient phenomenon through which spiritual (or subtle electrical) energy (aka grace) is transferred from one human being to another. In the past, this was a rare event usually only granted by a spiritual master to a long-dedicated devotee. What makes Oneness Deeksha unique is that the founders of Oneness University, Sri AmmaBhagavan, found a way to make it possible for thousands of ordinary human beings to transfer this energy to each other, after taking a brief transformative course and receiving an initiation as a Oneness Blessing giver.
Here is the beautiful story of this breakthrough in Deeksha as it was originally revealed to the western world. Enjoy!
As we look around at all the recent natural disasters and wonder what we can do to help the many people who are suffering, here is a very simple opportunity...
If you purchase this song on iTunes, money will go directly to aid to Puerto Rico. If you listen to it on Spotify (or another music streaming platform) and click "Donate", your money will also go to aid Puerto Rico.
This song was released on Friday and went immediately to Number 1 on iTunes. It was written specifically as a fund raiser for Puerto Rico's victims of Hurricanes Maria & Irma, by Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of Hamilton, the hit Broadway show. He was joined in the studio by many of the most popular Latino/Latina recording artists in the USA, including J-Lo, Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony and many more.
Note: The title comes from the chorus of "Maria", from the famous musical West Side Story.
This audio-only YouTube is a short, simple meditation narrated by Preethaji, daughter-in-law of Sri AmmaBhagavan. Many people have been experiencing miracles as a result of this meditation.
No past experience of yoga or meditation is needed to follow along. It consists of some relaxed breathing along with some simple additions which Preethaji guides you to do. It is deceptively simple, yet highly effective. Enjoy!:)
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In this video from Italy from 2012, multiple eye blessings from multiple occasions are given by Sri Bhagavan, co-founder of Oneness University in India. Just as consciousness is not limited by time or space, so these Deekshas retain their power to open the heart chakra and bless our lives. Enjoy...
A single individual is enough for hope to exist, and that individual can be you, says His Holiness Pope Francis in this searing TED Talk delivered directly from Vatican City for the Vancouver TED Conference on April 25, 2017. In a hopeful message to people of all faiths, to those who have power as well as those who don't, the spiritual leader provides illuminating commentary on the world as we currently find it and calls for equality, solidarity and tenderness to prevail. "Let us help each other, all together, to remember that the 'other' is not a statistic, or a number," he says. "We all need each other."
For the full transcript, read on... Enjoy!...
Gregg Braden presents similarities in ancient traditions which teach us how to speak the language of the heart so that prayers are answered. Enjoy...
Question: Bhagavan, why do we suffer from fear and how do we get rid of it?
SRI BHAGAVAN: Fear is at the core of human existence. It acts as a stimulus for all other emotions. Nature or the Universe has designed fear to ensure physical survival. The lower brain or the reptilian brain is responsible for producing a fight or flight reaction, whenever physical survival is endangered. As civilizations grew and societies advanced, people’s lives became secure. Threat for physical survival diminished. The focus thereafter turned to the psychological sphere. Mind, with a strong sense of individual identity, then emerged, creating this territoriality and division as the “Me” and “Not me”....
There's a video of the grand opening of the Oneness Temple in which Nahuel Schajris (a famous Latin American singer) performs John Lennon's song Imagine, while Sri Bhagavan looks on in great joy. The lyrics, about the world living as One, could be said to be at the heart of the Oneness Phenomenon.
Today, as Americans and Europeans are facing fears that some would use to divide us up according to country and religion, here is another rendition of this famous song. It was sung some years ago by a young man whose adoptive mother brought him to Australia as a refugee. A very compelling story and a beautiful performance. Afterward, he received a thank you from Yoko Ono, who told Emmanuel that John Lennon would be proud of him. Enjoy...
Yesterday movie fans mourned the death of Carrie Fisher, known to millions as Princess Leia of Star Wars. The death on the following day of her mother, Debbie Reynolds, surprised the world. Debbie Reynolds' signature role came in 1952 as "Kathy" opposite Gene Kelly in the classic movie, Singin' in the Rain.
Tho his character may be in love, in this famous scene Gene Kelly demonstrates classic signs of Causeless Joy. A great refresher for whenever sadness or worry outstay their welcome. Enjoy...:)
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