About this Site…
It took 45 years to create this web page!
The quotes on this site are taken from my workshops and writings, they represent the essence of the wisdom and realizations that have transformed my life and the lives of the many thousands I have shared them with. What I offer you here was first known to my head many years before it became known to my heart.
These quotes are divided into 29 topics, each dealing with a different aspect of life. From the influence of your deep-rooted beliefs to following your dharma/ calling; from the nature of blame to the healing power of compassion and forgiveness; from the feedback your life gives you to the dynamics driving relationships, and to a gamut of other insights, this wisdom will take you to an uncommon level of consciousness.
It is my hope that the wisdom I share will give you insights that might otherwise take long to realize. Accept what took 45 years to ripen in my heart through my study and teaching of great thinkers of both Western and Eastern traditions, the endless hours I have given to reflection on these teachings, and my experience of applying this wisdom in my own life, as my gift to you.
A “sacred space” is a special place you journey to every morning. In your sacred space, you nourish your sacred self and your Divine connection. It is where you make a connection that transcends this world; it is where you lose your world and gain your soul.
If you know of a place where peace and happiness can be bought with money, let people know where because they have been looking for it since they were born and haven’t found it yet.
When you have “everything,” and are still not fulfilled, it is because you missed the most important thing: your spiritual self and its Divine connection.
Work satisfaction is a prime theme in the sacred Indian classic Bhagavad-gita. The Gita says that we can achieve spiritual realization when we express our calling and spiritual values through our work.
Gandhi promoted the philosophy of simple living and high thinking. But modern Indian thinkers, to keep up with the world, thought this philosophy to be “backward”. Yes, India has moved “forward”. In the process, it has produced some of the most crowded, polluted and miserable cities in the world.