One needs to understand one’s “true” purpose of life. When this point is missed, life oscillates up and down endlessly like a see-saw with no brakes. Having discovered the purpose of life, a new journey begins, like the journey that is to begin as we wait inside a rocket, which may take many years to take off, but once the rocket takes up, there shall be many lands of unexplored dimensions waiting to be discovered by you.
It is important to understand the various limbs of Yoga. Unless one understands these limbs of spiritual practice, one shall not be sure or ascertained about the proper spiritual discipline that one should take up. Understanding the nature of mind and its relation to the spirit as well as the world is important. Understanding Jnana and Bhakti in that context becomes vital.
The Teachings of the RigVeda are unique. It is an adaptation of the way the real universe is fashioned. The RigVeda encompasses various secrets which even the scientists of today cannot imagine or measure with their so-called modern quipments. The whole philosophy of modern science is smaller than the smallest infant when compared to the magnanimity of the teachings of the RigVeda
The principles of the RigVeda are not a myth, but the very epitiome of Reality. It is an expression of our True Nature, which all of us have forgotten through a serial degradation of the ages. It is time to revive that spiritual rigor and induce within ourselves that lost fragrance of Dharma, through a thorough understanding of the Spirit of RigVeda
Most of us are looking for a purpose in life and head the wrong way. Just as an appliance has a manual for correct use, so does life have one.