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Gems from Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

Tantra develops in the three aspects of higher thinking – Insight, Intuition, Imagination. By these, developed in meditation, the mind awakens to understanding and union with the Cosmic Purusha and rebirth on the earth dimension is no more.
~ Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

In the bliss and joy of deep samadhi, yet seeking nothing, only stillness be; then will come the supreme realization that you are Soul and always have been free.
~Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Ignorance builds up when we blindly accept information and neglect to give serious thought to details. Wisdom must be based on facts and clarity. Wisdom as understood by a Natha need not be wisdom as understood by ordinary people.

~Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

In lonely solitude of hills and caves,
There is a place of peace and happiness;
Where those bewildered by the whirl of life,
Can barter it for everlasting bliss.
~Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

“If I were asked to state the main task of a Natha or Nathess, it would be to free the mind of the brainwashing and conditioning of society, teachers, and even parents, and think over aspects of the world and construct for themselves a way of life and a super lifestyle of peace, freedom, and happiness. Nobody, on their own, can do much to change the patterns and conditions of the world in which one lives, but our individual spiritual development and mental approach can do much to overcome the obstacles. See an ethereal, instead of a sordid material, environment; evolve to a state of mind and spirit as a barrier to – and to even evaporate – the elements of life which cause trouble, trauma, and tension for ordinary people. Only we ourselves can solve the enigmas and paradoxes of life, and in this, the mind/spirit plays the most important part.” ~Shri Gurudev Mahendranath