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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…

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Gems from Mahendranath

There is a lamp which burns eternally, A thing of splendor, hidden deep within; Until its light is liberated, free, How can real joy and happiness begin? ~Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Gems from Mahendranath

“The more you meditate the more you will like and enjoy it. Few other pleasures in life can equal it and it becomes not only the most delightful of habits but the most useful and profitable. Yet you will not become an incurable addict. When one has truly accomplished or attained siddha in meditation one will not have to really think of renouncing the world for most of the sordid world one knew and loathed will have completely disappeared. Mind…

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Gems from Mahendranath

The real knowledge and power we seek is the real magick of the Nath Siddhas, the Cosmos, and the great Cosmic Spirit. It is not written about in religious textbooks or scriptures but is locked away in the mind of every individual, awaiting your efforts to release and expand it. Each one must do what is required and discover for yourselves. It may be also true that you will want to seek more information from more experienced people, but this…

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Gems from Mahendranath

“What has taken hundreds of thousands of lives to develop might still be very difficult to mature in only the one present span. This means that all spiritual life is a matter of investment in those values and yogas which will one day come to maturity. The punishment for neglect is not the wrath of God but countless lives of misery, pain and frustration. The reward for the diligent is to escape entirely from these things and attain the only…

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