The Highest Yoga: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar


Accept everything deeply.

Bless the world and be at peace.

Be aware of your existence.

Remain still.

Be simply aware without judgment.

If thoughts come, be indifferent.

Do this for one minute.

Get the taste of this feeling. 

Abiding in this state is the highest yoga, the highest practice, the highest virtue.

Ahimsa and Self-Realization: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

Bhagavan with calf

In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Ahimsa (nonviolence) is considered the first principle of the spiritual life.

Ramana Maharshi, the great sage of Arunachala has clearly stated, “Ahimsa Param Dharma”. Translated this means that nonviolence is the supreme religion.

Perfect Self-Awareness is Ahimsa. Practice of nonviolence with awareness that the same life resides everywhere purifies the mind and allows for the deepest relaxation at the mental, physical, and spiritual level.

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Comment on a verse in Ashtavakra Gita: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

The nature of the Self is absolute, immutable, taintless. It is not distant, nor is it subject to attainment (being ever attained). This is the Truth. ——-Ashtavakra Gita

Here is my comment on this verse in six sentences.  This is the natural approach to stilling consciousness by being simply aware of awareness with one’s awareness.

To see that, which is obvious, look.

Do not look for anything, and do not look at anything.

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