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Hari OM
'Freedays' are the 'gather our thoughts' days; Q&As; a general review of the week so far…

There has been talk, in recent posts, of vairaagya. It takes practice (abhyaasa - to drill, to make habit of...) to reach an appropriate level of dispassion that is balanced.

For another point of view on this and to hear from another of the teachers within the mission, CLICK HERE.

Sw. Nikhilananda is head of the Delhi centre and a most inspirational speaker with a common touch. He finds examples we can all identify with. This transcript from a discourse he gave reads a little clumsily, (Indian English), but it is worth pursuing!

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