The Most Powerful Yoga

Nisargadatta Maharaja is known as the “Hammer” because his teachings were direct and forceful and woke so many out of their relative slumber…thanks for this post, Harsh Luthar!

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Meet your own self. Be with your own self, listen to it, obey it, cherish it, keep it in mind ceaselessly.

You need no other guide. As long as your urge for truth affects your daily life, all is well with you.

Live your life without hurting anybody.

Harmlessness is a most powerful form of Yoga and it will take you speedily to your goal.

This is what I call nisarga yoga, the Natural yoga.

It is the art of living in peace and harmony, in friendliness and love.

The fruit of it is happiness, uncaused and endless.

Nisargadatta Maharaj in “I Am That”

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3 thoughts on “The Most Powerful Yoga

  1. I think you might like this:

    I am a blogger dedicated to share what Alexandre says.
    My name is Sara and I had been a spiritual seeker for a long time until I found Alexandre and his unique way. I also found myself in that encounter…

    Alexandre is what is called nowadays a modern mystic, although he declines every and any kind of definition.

    The “standpoint” from where he speaks gives him the authority to affirm so vehemently what he says, and we can feel it… sometimes he is tender, other funny, many very patient, but he can also be very direct and “cut the crap” kind of way.

    He partakes his view with others, with no other interest than sharing his point of view.

    The published texts presented in the blog are transcribed from recorded talks with Alexandre and a close group of friends with whom he partakes his discoveries.

    Some other texts are written words from Alexandre.

    If you’re inclined to know more about him and what he says, take a look at: http://www.whatalexandresays.wordpres s.com

    Please, leave a comment…

    Thank You,

    Sara

  2. Thank you, Sara, for sharing, but if one has Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta Maharaj as guides, there is nothing more (as far as I am concerned) that one needs. The rest is practice. Om!

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