The most important part of man's life is clean drinking water. Our bodies are 99% water, and with pure and clean drinking water, we will have a better life with greater overall health. Our spiritual life should be the same. We should meditate on, contemplate, and pray over the purest ideal possible, to get the … Continue reading OM is Pure Thought
Happy Saturday Omyoga blog followers and visitors! I hope you had a nice work-week and a restful weekend today and tomorrow. Today, I was reflecting on the blessed words of the late and great Kriya Yoga Master Paramahansa Yogananda, who said, "We all seek human love. However, what we really seek is God's love that … Continue reading Human Love, Divine Love
"AUM (OM) is the original sound-form of the religious/spiritual word, Amen." - Swami Sri Yukteswar, Kriya Yoga Master, Guru of Paramahansa Yogananda, Author of "The Holy Science." Namaste /|\ Click here to learn more about OM meditation. Click here to learn more about The Holy Science.
Over the years, I have chatted with many swamis, lamas, and spiritual leaders. One reflective comment that I have kept over the years is that "Om really means One." So, when we hear the popular saying "God is One" this then brings to mind that "God is Om" also. In other words, the very idea … Continue reading Om Means One
Dear Omyoga Blog followers and visitors. Today, I would like to shed light on a common Bible passage, Hebrews 11:1, which states that "Faith is the substance of things not seen." Faith indeed is a profound idea, because in life we all want evidence all the time to ensure that our journey and decisions are … Continue reading Hebrews 11:1
The Sacred Syllable OM, says Paramahansa Ramakrishna, honors truth in all ways - with form, without form, beyond form, before and after form. So, with that said, OM honors all avatars who are full incarnations of God, or Divine Spirit, in all ways, and that means OM honors all that each avatar has done for … Continue reading OM Honors All Avatars
Happy Tuesday Omyoga blog followers and visitors - I hope your week is off to a good start. There is a famous teaching by the Vietnamese Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh which says this: "No mud, then no lotus flowers." We all want to enjoy the beauty and presence of a lotus flower on … Continue reading No Mud, Then No Lotus Flower