Rishimukh|December 2020
What does it mean to have a mind like crystal? Gurudev explains, “A pure crystal assumes the color of the light reflected in it. Likewise, the soul in you comes to reflect the Divinity. Even the senses come to reflect Divinity and become totally active. When you look at the mountain, it reminds you of the Self, the Consciousness. You see a flower and it reminds you of the Consciousness.
Bhanumathi narasimhan

Bhishma, the greatest of warriors, was lying on a bed of arrows, waiting for the auspicious moment to leave his body. After the day’s battle had ended and the soldiers had returned to their respective camps, Krishna and the Pandavas went to see him in the evening. Bhishma was waiting for Krishna. Seeing Krishna and being in His presence was the only thing he found worth waiting for.

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