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Saadhana Process; 3

Hari OM
Application - that is what 'Workings-days' are about!

As we approach year-end, it is normal to 'take stock'. Most of the prompts here at AV-blog over the past few weeks have been about exactly that. Physical reviewing of the learning.

It is hoped that you, dear readers, have found that there has been a level of development in yourselves, that benefit has shown not just in your immediate life, but as you interact with the larger world. Ultimately, Advaita Vedanta is a self/Self-development methodology. The philosophy has practical application and advantage.

For each of day (except Sounds-days) of the remaining two weeks of 2017, a single-word prompt will be given. You then have a choice. Take the word and meditate upon it. Take the word and write about how it makes you feel. Take the word as an affirmation for your day. Or not take the word at all, simply blinking and leaving it hanging in the ether. These paragraphs will appear each day to remind (and to inform those who only pop in on certain days); the purpose of this exercise is the focus. It will require a level of dedication to the process. It may seem simple, but remember that it also requires the...


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