Akali H.H.

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Just This

Many, many years ago when I was seriously moving onto the spiritual path I read a famous book, famous in India, called the ‘Bhagavad Gita’, I am sure some of you have read it and for sure some of you know about it. It is a kind of cross between the Bible and ‘Alice in Wonderland’. One of the statements in it which knocked me over and which took me many years to understand, or to fully realize what was being said, was: ‘Passion is the enemy’. But I thought: “It is surely great to be passionate about things, passion means a tremendous personal involvement.”

2020-08-17T18:15:34+02:00August 14th, 2020|‘Talks of the Month’ from 2020|0 Comments

I Am The Sitting!

So there is an energy, a basic life force or life energy, in each of us which takes over our lifetime and our experiences and influences on us during our lifetime and of course our heritage and our genes, that throws up a certain person into the world that is you. Everything that we do, everything that is, is a form of energy. So this essential basic life energy is doing this with this person, is doing that with that person, is doing that with this person. Anyway, despite all the things that have contributed to our particular nature and individuality and uniqueness, behind all that there is just one source of energy which is converted with each person into some different system.

Universal Virtue

‘The present moment as it comes, wants to unfold the message of life, the message of eternity’. ‘The present moment’, that means every moment, not this present moment that I am speaking only, of course, but every moment wants to unfold for you the message of life and the message of eternity. Can you find it? Can you hear it? Can you feel it and taste it? Can you know it? Can you unite with it? Can you live it? Because it is here, in every moment.

The Hard Work of Peace

So the only way to achieve real peace is to find it peacefully. You can’t do it violently then suddenly decide, “After all this violence, now we’ve achieved peace, so from now on we move into peace.” It’s not possible. People don’t do that because their whole view of things is that you have to fight to get what you want, even if it’s peace.

Bowing Out & Blown Away

So dying is a process that happens on earth, it’s not about something that happens when you’re kind of already out of life and you’re in kind of a space where you not really here anymore and yet you are, and you just watch the time go by in a kind of neutral way. It’s not like that, not for me. It’s like a process that belongs to something I don’t know about, and that has really surprised me.

2019-11-30T13:34:11+01:00November 30th, 2019|‘Talks of the Month’ from 2019|0 Comments

All & Nothing

You can be happy for this or that as a response to some favour or incident, but you can never reach happiness as a state of being, until you reach the top of the mountain. On the other hand – and that’s my teaching coming now – you don’t actually have to climb to the top of the mountain to find that happiness.

2019-11-06T18:13:14+01:00November 6th, 2019|‘Talks of the Month’ from 2019|0 Comments

Newsletter August 2019

Dear Beloveds, In his blog after the Summer Festival, Michael wrote, “What’s next lies still in the Unknown,” and it’s from this space I have something to share with you. Some of you noticed that, over the summer, Michael began to lose weight because he had difficulties with swallowing. Since then, it was found out that something has been growing in his Ösophagus which has already become quite big. He got some treatment here In the local hospital to make it more easy for him to eat again. This whole process has been and still is taking a lot of [...]

2021-02-08T11:09:49+01:00August 28th, 2019|News|0 Comments

Buddha’s Flower

One morning, Buddha came in for his discourse and he sat down, and he didn't say anything... After some time with people waiting for him to talk and him not saying anything, one of his disciples, called Mahakashyap, started to laugh. When that happened, Buddha called him up, and gave him a flower and he said, “This is the only one amongst you who understood my silence.” What did he understand?

2019-08-21T18:44:10+02:00August 21st, 2019|‘Talks of the Month’ from 2019|0 Comments
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