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"Bhagavad Gita for All" Lectures for practical application in everyday life. Current lectures:
Chapter 11:The Universal Form

Arjun requests to see the Universal Form of Krishna; the significance of blind King Dhritrasthra hearing this description is that it is meaningful for us as well, who may not have the spiritual eyes to see who Krishna is.


Oct 19, 2017

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Oct 18, 2017

Seminar Schedule For 2017

October 2017 Seminar Schedule & Announcements * Thursday, Oct 19- DIWALI morning meeting instead of evening * Oct 26-"Karma Code Thursday - 1 + 1 " - Register for free attendence - 28-29-REIKI 1

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Oct 17, 2017

Diwali

The festival of lights --Deepavali or Diwali, is a celebratory time during the most auspicious month of Kartik (October-November) - maximize your karma healing opportunities.

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Oct 08, 2017

Monday

The second day of the week is Moon's day. Learn all about Monday energies and how to use these for your benefit.

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Oct 06, 2017

Karva Chauth

Revealed--The longevity energy secret of what lies behind karva chauth--the festival celebrated on the 4th day (chauth) of the waning moon in the month of Damodara or Kārtik (October-November).

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Oct 04, 2017

Kartik

The month of Kartik, or Damodara, is a very special time for spiritual growth. This is also the month in which Karva Chauth is celebrated-article to be posted on 6th October.

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Sep 30, 2017

Weekdays & their Healing Elements

Here is a special series of articles all about Weekdays & how you can utilize each day's special energies to improve your karma and your life every day, starting with the 1st day of the week--Sunday.

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Sep 26, 2017

Breathe to de-stress

Use this de-stressing meditation anywhere, at anytime. Just focus on your breath at the nostrils and in a few seconds you will be calm and relaxed...

Sep 24, 2017

Bhagavad Gita 15.19-20

Bhagavad Gita 15.19-20 : "One who knows Me thus without doubt and delusion as the Supreme Person, Puruṣottama, of the eternal blissful form, such a one is the knower of everything."

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Sep 20, 2017

Bhagavad Gita 15.17-18

Bhagavad Gita 15.17-18 : "...There is another who is described as the Supreme Soul, Paramatma... My glories are sung throughout the universe and in the Vedas as that Supreme Person—Puruṣottamaḥ."

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Sep 19, 2017

Bhagavad Gita 15.16

Bhagavad Gita 15.16 - "There are only two types of living beings that exist in the world—the fallible, and the infallible..."

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Sep 18, 2017

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Sep 16, 2017

Shradh

Listen to 5 discussions about "shradh"--the days of the dead. Freedom from fear. Facing the dying. Relationships.

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Sep 14, 2017

"There are two types of living beings in the world" - BG 15.16

"There are only two types of living beings that exist in the world—the fallible, and the infallible. All the living beings from Lord Brahma to the lowest entity are perishable due to having fallen away from their true nature and having come in contact with material nature. Those who are situated in their eternally perfect nature in oneness of eternal association with the Supreme Lord, are known as infallible."

Lecture Notes

  • Those in the material world who are captured by māyā and forgetfulness of their eternal nature are considered to be fallible. [When the living entity forgets his constitutional position as an eternal servant of Krsna.] Those in the spiritual world are liberated from matter and are imperishable; they are the infallible nitya mukta--eternally liberated ones. It is not possible to fall from the spiritual world to the material.

  • The soul aspect is in itself eternal and imperishable even though the material body is perishable. The descent of the soul came from the exercise of its free will to enjoy separately from Kṛṣṇa. Other type of descent (not fall) is when His servants come to the material world on Kṛṣṇa's desire—e.g. : Jaya and Vijay. Or His associates in Vrindavana. They are still in association with Kṛṣṇa directly therefore there is no "fall down" from the spiritual position. This is not comparable to the descent of the nitya baddha (eternally bound) jivas from Brahma down to the lowest unmoving living being in the 14 planetary systems.

  • Those who revive their soul consciousness will return to the spiritual zone and therefore those in spiritual consciousness and action are considered infallible [even if they are in the material world]-they are in transition. Bhakti bhava means never to leave the association of Kṛṣṇa.
  • One achieves liberation from the material existence and the association of Krishna by being connected through the spiritual master to the impersonal Brahma (universal life force) Reiki energies, chanting the Hare Krishna Mahamantra, and being engaged in Krishna's service. There is no progress without the grace of the spiritual master. By pleasing the spiritual master, Krishna is pleased. It is not possible to jump over the spiritual master to attain Krishna's association. The master is the link.

Śrī Śrī Gurv-aṣṭaka (Eight Prayers to the Guru) saṁsāra-dāvānala-līḍha-loka (Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura, in Stavamrta Lahari).

yasya prasādād bhagavat-prasādo
yasyāprasādān na gatiḥ kuto ‘pi
dhyāyan stuvaṁs tasya yaśas tri-sandhyaṁ
vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam

Study references--Whole of BG Chapter 8, specially 8.4-5; 8.14-15: (by remembering Krishna always, the nittya baddha (eternally bound) can attain to Him.)

Additional references:
Srimad Bhagavad Gita, The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute - Srila Bhakti Rakshak Sridhar Swami - (SCSM) [1961] (2nd edition 2006)[Downloadable PDF];
Bhagavad Gita As It Is - Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Macmillan 1972

Sep 13, 2017

The Art of Appreciation

Appreciation of someone or something implies a number of things: it means that in the appreciated there is value, and harmony with one's taste or views.

It may imply a positive co-relation with what one might have or own, validating ones choices.

Sometimes appreciation also indicates envy.

By valuing something that we might not have doesn't necessarily mean that we are less by comparison. In genuinely appreciating someone or something, we don't lose anything except our false sense of assumed superiority.

Praising the praiseworthy opens one to receiving unexpected benefits. Certainly, being appreciated generates feelings of well-being in the praised, but the benefit for the admirer is greater—it creates an energy of enthusiasm that translates into positive energy for other things in life.

When opportunities for appreciation are missing in ones life, life is the poorer for it. If nothing else, one can appreciate poetry, art, theater and thoughtful literature. One can most advantageously appreciate the benefits one has received in life, as doing so attracts more of the same.

Sep 10, 2017

First Law of karma

The First Law of karma follows how we create events, situations in life. 'Like attracts like' is different than the simplisticly stated 'law of attraction'.

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Sep 09, 2017

Bhagavad Gita 15.15

Yoga of the Supreme Person, Purushottam Yoga, or Knowledge of the Absolute - A key understanding about the self, knowledge and karma - Bhagavad Gita 15.15

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Sep 07, 2017

Demonetization Doublespeak, & Healing it

The Reserve Bank of India's 244 page Annual Report for 2016-2017 sports a dismally grey and monochromatic cover. It is quite appropriate for the times we are in.

Prime Minister Mr. Modi's avowed objective for the demonetization exercise was meant to be curative surgery for the evil of black money, fake money and terrorist funding, and getting some windfall gains to the exchequer. There is no doubt about its results anymore. It is now widely accepted that the demonetization exercise undertaken last year was greatly misconceived and has proven itself a disastrous failure.

This is borne out by the RBI's own monetary data in the report, while its carefully worded dealing with the subject of demonetization seeks to play down the demonetization disaster that cost lives, immense hardship to people, loss of jobs and income, and the shutting down of small businesses and enterprises.

The 'Dumb Idea'
Ajit Dayal of Equitymaster points out graphically how Mr. Modi's narrative about the reasons for the demonetization changed radically as it became clear that the exercise was failing at all levels. It is remarkable that 'cashless/digital', which was never mentioned at the start, has now hijacked the narrative and become the established impractical rationale for demonetization.

Ajit Dayal's recent scathing analysis of this exercise and its impact on the economy, black money, GDP growth can be read in full in his article Demonetization was a Dumb Idea. (I agree!)

The article makes note of the fake growth figures being published on GDP growth--something which I have verified on the ground with industrialists and small businesses owners. Financial advisors continue to rely on this fake data, giving rosy scenarios of future earnings from stock markets. All these advisors need to do is to talk to people who have been drastically affected and take a look around, away from their ivory towers.

Markets only driven by fund flows—no real value here at this time
This is a good time to think, 'buyer beware', and also the investment adage—'be fearful when everyone is greedy and upbeat about the market'—especially under these current circumstances.

The Prime Minister likened the demonetization exercise and its timing to operating on a patient when the patient (Indian economy) is healthy--as he said it was last year. Well, if the patient is healthy one doesn't need to operate on him. Now that the patient is ill would the PM decide a further operation is needed? What to expect going forward?

No one really knows. However as a community of karmic healers, we are never helpless.

  • We can collectively act for good governance, by first channelling healing that, "Sound economic measures are put in place by all branches of the Indian government for the benefit and welfare of the people; that there is a recovery of the economy with jobs and income for all through legitimate means without government corruption and obstruction." [This affirmation may be coded as "GG-201709".]

Nalin Nirula

Sep 05, 2017

Your mutual fund investments- Buy more or sell?

A number of people have asked me whether in the current economic climate one should continue to invest in mutual funds or hold the money or cash out.

Valueresearchonline.com has an interesting article by Arati Krishnan that essentially advises taking 'some money off the table'--which means cashing out and having a wait and watch attitude. She concludes the article by saying, 'Yes, it can be painful to book profits in a steadily rising market and you will certainly be tempted to ride the rally just a little bit further. But resisting that temptation will ensure that you aren't swimming naked if the tide turns.'

A different view
At the same time, Dhirendra Kumar of Valueresearch advises the opposite in his article 'To Sell or Not to Sell'. He says, 'So when should investors actually sell their funds? The correct answer is that they should be guided by their financial goals. You should sell a fund and get your money out when you need it. You invested for five or ten or fifteen years, continued your SIPs, and the money has grown to what you need.' The implication is that if one has been a short term investor, then following Arati Krishnan's recommendation would be better.

The analytical view
Dev Ashish of StableInvestor.com has a very well reasoned view on this subject which may be more relevant depending on the time frame an investor is looking at--3 years, or 5 to 10 years. He charted and analyzed the returns of various time periods from 1999 to 2017 in his article (link below).
He points out that historically when the P/E of the Nifty Index is greater than 24 (which is currently hovering between a dangerously high P/E of 25 and 26), the 3 year maximum returns on the index are a miniscule 4.6%, while the minimum is a staggering negative (-) 16.4%!

He concludes with, "There is a strong (but not guaranteed) correlation between the trailing PE ratio and Nifty returns. And this small study proves the same and provides some useful insights. If we were to go by the historical data, the Nifty delivers higher return (in long term) whenever the PE ratio is low. On the other hand, it tends to deliver very low to negative returns, whenever the PE is very high and investment horizon is short." The entire article is accessible here.

The takeaway: If someone has a short time frame that anticipates needing some funds in 2 or 3 years, then one should look into parking some of the investments into liquid debt funds to cover that need. If an investor has a longer term time frame, he may still park some money in debt and wait it out.

It depends entirely on ones comfort level of seeing the stock market possibly lose a substantial amount of market capital in the shorter term--reflecting in a corresponding loss of value of one's own investment.

Nalin Nirula

Aug 12, 2017

BG 11.15-31 - Krishna's Universal Form

Arjuna said, "I see in your body the assembly of all the demigods, along with other living beings. I see specifically Lord Brahma on a lotus flower and Lord Shiva, as well as the great sages and divine serpents."—BG 11.15

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Aug 04, 2017

The Mystery of Karma

Excerpts from Nalin Nirula's forthcoming book--

Cracking the Karma Code for Winning in Life.

This autographed Collector's Edition will be available in October, 2017.

The Mystery of Karma
"Why is it that I see the bad guys doing well, and the good guys get left behind?"

If you have asked this question, as I have, you are in the greater majority of people who have felt frustrated and helpless with this at some time or another, not knowing how to change things in their favor.

The answer we might get is, that we are getting from life according to our destiny, our karma. We are told that if we do good we will experience good things, and yet there is so much trouble that finds us even as we try to do good and be good. It just doesn’t seem right or fair does it?

We really need to get reliable answers to these questions so that we can act with confidence, and be free from doubt that we are moving in a progressive way in life. Without this understanding there is a lot of anxiety about the uncertainties of what life holds in store for us. What is right and proper, is also something to look at. Whose standard of right and wrong? Mine, or the enforceable law of the land, or some other law?

"Whodunit to whom? Me & Myself?!"
All of these doubts can be removed by looking at the theory of karma. Think of it as a mystery to unravel. It's a whodunit where we are accused of being both the perpetrators as well as the victims! Quite an astonishing charge indeed!

The first exploration will be to examine and understand what the karma theory proposes, and see if this is factual and true according to the evidence, science and research.

Topics we look at include how actions develop consequences (karma), destiny; rebirth or reincarnation; past and future lives of the individual; and what defines the material and spiritual. We will also examine who we are, and what is immortality.

Aug 03, 2017

How this book will help you change your life and destiny

Excerpts from Nalin Nirula's forthcoming book--

Cracking the Karma Code for Winning in Life.

This autographed Collector's Edition will be available in October, 2017.

Published by NNP

My approach to delivering you a capability for working knowledgeably with the mechanisms of karma is different than what you might find in the popular genre of self development books, that usually don't take into account the karma factor. This is a fundamental flaw in such books.

While most self-help books may identify the type of behavior needed to be successful—they do not create the how needed to make a meaningful change in the reader's vision and actions. Without this inner change, the reader cannot act naturally in accordance with what is needed to improve his destiny and life.

Methods offering standardized rules cannot take into account individual circumstances and what the reader might be willing or able to do. It is like a gym membership where most people eventually end up dropping out of, or like an exercise treadmill at home that mostly lies unused. It is there, but not used much, and eventually not used at all.

As you interact with what you read in Cracking the Karma Code, it will generate within you the 'how' in a way that is doable and sustainable without causing you internal conflict.

This will help transform your everyday approach to how you act, and equip you to face life's challenges in practical ways. Here, you won't find methods that promote artificial behavior or a by-the-numbers approach. Such an approach forces on an ill-fitting uncomfortable suit or dress of behavior and action that doesn’t get more comfortable even as you practice the methods. It doesn’t match with who and where you are at the time, and it creates artificially high standards at which you may be more likely to fail in achieving than succeeding.

You might already have experience of this. At the end of it all, you are left feeling a little less worthy than before—or you may tend dismiss the whole thing as a nice uplifting read but something that is unachievable. Either way, it is frustrating.

The 'standard' methods advised in self-development books remain out of sync with you, because you are not standard.

You are unique and keep changing dynamically. This is not that type of a 'method' book. As you read on you will find your life-approach changing organically to harmonize with your understanding of what you need to do.

There is no pressure here that might make you drop out of the process, and no room for disappointment. There is enough here to inspire you to work at solving the mysteries of karma and consequences, to effectively better your life. There are prizes to be won in life. You will find what you need for that in this book with many levels and degrees of options available for you to explore.

Next - excerpts from Chapter 2 - 'The Mystery of Karma'

Aug 02, 2017

The Karma Challenge - 2 obstacles

Excerpts from Nalin Nirula's forthcoming book--

Cracking the Karma Code for Winning in Life.

The First Edition, First Printing of this lavishly produced, faux leather hard cover gold embossed personally signed Collector's Edition will be available in October, 2017.

Published by NNP

Watch this space for more excerpts and announcements.

Excerpts from Chapter 1 - The Karma Challenge

There are two major obstacles in approaching the karma theory. First, there is a lack of understanding what it is, or even whether there is such a thing at all as karma or destiny. The second difficulty is the common and popular misunderstanding that the nature of destiny is fixed.

Sometimes under the pressure of unfavorable circumstances, or under a feeling of having the power to act in a particular way advantageous to us, we act greedily, or thoughtlessly, unlawfully, and even fearfully. When that brings troublesome results later, we lament our fate as being undeserving victims.Then we tend to say, "Oh, it's our karma, what can we do?" as though we are helpless.

'My karma' means I can do something to change it!
Actually this, 'it is my karma' statement should be very encouraging to us. If we caused it, we should certainly be able to fix it. While this is not fixable in the long term by manipulative measures we might try, the good news is that it is decisively and permanently fixable with some special outside help. I will explain this further on in greater detail and tell you how you can get this special help.

The next chapter, The Mystery of Karma, explores and scientifically establishes that there is, indeed, such a thing as karma or action based destiny. However, we can get an understanding of this now with the following simple example.

Just as you might have indigestion or other ailments because of the action (or karma) of improper eating, you also have the option of doing the karma of seeking medical help, along with rectifying your eating habits to cure the problem. Similarly, if someone is a smoker they reduce their health and lifespan by that activity.

If the same person abstains from smoking, they can add healthy years and extend their lifespan as compared to the outcomes of smoking-related illness and a shortened lifespan. From this we can understand that karma is not absolutely fixed for all things and there is scope for adjustment by our actions. What might be the limitations of these simple self-help measures needs to be seen as well...

(To be continued)

Aug 01, 2017

The Karma Challenge

Excerpts from Nalin Nirula's forthcoming book--

Image for illustration purposes only

Cracking the Karma Code for Winning in Life.

The First Edition, First Printing of this lavishly produced, faux leather hard cover gold embossed personally signed Collector's Edition will be available in October, 2017.

Published by NNP

Watch this space for more excerpts and announcements.

Chapter 1 - The Karma Challenge

For millennia mankind has been occupied with satisfying the fundamental and desirable needs of life, while raising the question of what are life's higher purposes and how to achieve them.

The religious creeds and cultural practices of civilizations have developed out of these questions. How to overcome challenges in being successful in achieving these goals has long been a matter of debate and discussion.

While many man-made formulas and methods have been given, there is always a gap between what these propose and what we are willing and able to do. The ideal solution is not always the practical solution.

The problem with a formula approach
The real world mismatch between theory and the application of it makes it difficult to give standardized solutions. Each one of us have their own limitations of being able to apply these rules consistently and sufficiently to their lives, and when things happen outside the improvement methods proposed, we are ill-prepared for it.

From among the best of what has been recommended on this subject, my understanding is that only the theory of karma offers a comprehensive plan of how one needs to act to be successful in all areas of life. Karma is more than just a theory. It is a way to connect to the best of what life can offer us. Therefore it is known as the science of karma yoga—linking to the source of the universal principles of cause and effect that govern how things work in the universe and our lives.

Practical Yoga
Karma yoga demonstrates a way of life that gives benefits in the short and long term, and properly accounts for what may appear to be failures. Working with the teachings of the karma theory gives individuals an advantage of prudently managing their life while providing for future benefits.

We could compare this to a financially prudent plan of saving money to provide for future contingencies. In karma theory this would be equivalent to taking actions which would not jeopardize our future while improving our present life. This includes avoiding certain actions which we might ordinarily do without such an understanding. Knowledge about this can prevent major downsides in our lives in addition to increasing the upside.

There are two major obstacles in approaching the karma theory...

(To be continued)

Jul 29, 2017

Almond milk 'phirni' dessert

Here is an almond milk based recipe for my favorite rice based dessert--'Phirni'.

Traditionally made with dairy milk, I developed a recipe using almond milk, for a delicious phirni. Try this great dessert, without the harmful effects of the dairy milk product.

It is not as heavy in calories as the dairy recipes, but is still somewhat rich.

Phirni (serves 4)

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Liter Almond Milk (Natural flavor)

  • 5 level Tablespoons (Tbsp) raw rice flour (85 gm)

  • 7 level Tablespoons granulated sugar - (210 gm)

  • 2 drops kewra essence

  • 3 or 4 strands of saffron

  • Garnish:
    • 6 slivered almonds (12 gm), 3 slivered pistachios (5 gm) [A total of about 1 rounded tablespoon]

    • 3 Moti Illaichi (Black cardamom) seeds

Method
Blend rice flour with about 100-150 ml almond milk. Set aside.

Heat balance of the almond milk in a saucepan to simmer; lower flame and add rice flour-almond milk mixture, sugar and saffron.

Cook over low flame stirring constantly to prevent lumps from forming.

When mixture thickens enough to coat the spoon, remove from heat.

Blend in kewra essence.

Pour into a large serving dish, or individual dishes, and garnish with almond and pistachio flakes or slivers, and the black cardamom seeds.

Cool to room temperature and refrigerate. Serve cold and enjoy by itself, or along with a cup of herbal tea or decaf coffee!--Nalin Nirula

Jul 14, 2017

The Universal Form of Krishna - BG 11.1 to 14

In response to Lord Krishna's conclusive statement in chapter 10, that He pervades the entire cosmic manifestation and sustains it, Arjun ask how Lord Krishna is simultaneously present in bodily form in front of him while being eternally present in the universe. Arjun requests to see the Universal Form of Krishna; the significance of blind King Dhritrasthra hearing this description is that it is meaningful for us as well.

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Jul 04, 2017

The power of prayer and the call to action

When people pray for desired results, they need to work for the results as well. Prayers alone don’t work because action is needed to power up the prayed for results. Just praying without doing one's part only increases helplessness.

Sometimes we pray for relief expecting that a miracle will change things for us, or our close circle of family and friends. Often we desire this change so that we may be relieved of some burden of responsibility for our wellbeing or that of others.

The unrealistic expectation of change should be dropped when one is either not in a position to enforce the change, or to make the change. Instead of thinking that prayers have failed, it should be understood that the expectations are unrealistic as no work has been done to make the prayers come true.

The true power of prayer is that it can help focus on what is needed to be done, and give direction and enthusiasm on how to do it.

Prayer can become the support that drives efforts forward, or it can become as a crutch of the handicapped upon which one becomes forever dependent and helpless to act responsibly.

We need to decide which category we fall into—the confident self-reliant moving forward with a clear cut goal in sight, or the helpless crutch-dependent with no relief in sight. Our inner attitudes make all the difference to where we finally end up. Prayers or no prayers, results don’t come without taking the needed action.

The power of prayer can give direction to our work and make it a success--or it can keep us on our knees forever.

Nalin Nirula

Jun 21, 2017

It's no laughing matter. Really.

Over the last weekend a group of our healer family invited me for a fun evening out to Cyberhub in Gurgaon. We had a great vegan dinner at Burma & Burma followed by a laugh-a-minute show at the nearby Canvas Laugh Club.

Funnily, (in more ways than one!), this Monday I came across an article by Dhirendra Kumar of Value Research Online that touched on a very interesting subject--that of bank salespersons giving investment advice.

He used a Laugh Club YouTube video to illustrate his point about how a great deal of mis-selling takes place by bank salespersons to their customers.

You can read the article and see the video clip on his website by clicking on the image above or this link. Stand up comic Sumit Anand has some interesting things to say about bankers and their investment advice from his experience working in banks. Enjoy!

Nalin Nirula

Jun 19, 2017

Max Monday - Max the benefit of your prayers!

The most powerful prayer for help is the one that leads us to take responsibility for doing what is needed.

When we pray, our responsibilities don't end with that. Staying in the same position or a mind-set that keeps us stuck wherever we are is not going to help, no matter how much we pray.

We have to be ready to step away from things that are keeping us stuck.

That includes dropping expectations and promises that keep us marking time in the same place. Remaining with the comfortable doesn't help us progress much. Stretching our muscles for doing new things gives us new insights and opens up new possibilities. That is where greater benefits lie.

It is natural to stay with the tried and tested as long as those things are beneficial, but we tend to linger even when benefits dwindle. Recognizing that things that are no longer so beneficial need to be supplemented by or even replaced by other things is a good place to start. Doing something to increase what is more useful is even better.

Nalin Nirula

Jun 09, 2017

"To be or not to be in the healers group…"

For two years now I have supervised a community healing group on WhatsApp where we could collectively channel healing for requests made by healers. By all accounts this has been most effective for improvement in individual destinies.

Some time ago the community of healers in Delhi expressed a desire that a formal financial energy exchange should be made to me for this. Although healers had suggested much higher amounts, I reduced it to make it affordable for all.

After this, a number of healers questioned why this energy exchange should be given to me since other healers were also participating in channeling the healing and not getting any energy exchange. (In fact, I find only a handful of healers regularly channel healing to this healing group.) These questioning healers have forgotten what it means to be of direct service to the spiritual master, and polluted by material vision have taken this interaction as a material transaction only.

Still others opined that those who 'don’t want to' or 'can't afford' to contribute should remain in the group. While we know only of a few who might not be able to afford the contribution, there appear to be many who "don’t want to", for mainly the reason given.

This shows there are some healers who equate the spiritual leader or master at the same level as themselves. Further, "free" benefits are acceptable to these individuals, while their having to pay something in return for benefits received here is not within their capacity to give, even if they can afford it. Among them are also those who still consider it more important to fund fear-based religious systems even though they do not get the benefits there compared to what the healing energy and group provides.

As had come up in our discussions with healers, this was the beggarly attitude that Dr. Mikao Usui experienced when giving free healing, which led to him formulate the principle of energy exchange.

Without this, there was no change of heart of the recipient nor any great change in their karma.

This false-ego aspect, arrogance, being judgmental and envious towards the spiritually advanced are causes for the lack of progress.

  • This is not about whether healers join this group or not. It is about revelations of ignorance about their own position and their attitude towards the spiritual master. Still, it is healable if the individual wants. Giving some energy exchange where benefits have been received has always helped me progress. You make your own choices based on your understanding.

Actions are always more indicative of where one is coming from rather than platitudes, lip service and expressions of devotion.

Whether you are part of this group or not, you may still message me individually as before for any healing requests, and I will continue to channel healing to you. Separately, you may also get together with other like minded people to support each other in your own healing group.

Wishing you progress, wellness and health,

Nalin Nirula

Jun 05, 2017

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When you ask "What can I do...?"--here is a Do-Wop style reminder for you!


Healers--Download the Revised Attitude of Gratitude given on December 1, 2014 by clicking on the image below.


Here is a HAPPY DAY song for you!
Press the player button to hear (and sing along!)
"Zindagi mein tarakki karo..."

You can download the Thoughts post of May 16, 2013, "Defeating Desires and Cravings", as a convenient PDF e-book with or without the audio version.

Click on the links below and save to your device...

Download printable PDF of Thoughts (242 Kb)

Download printable PDF of Thoughts with playable Audio files (*Large file--1.9 MB)


Right Click to download and save 12.7 MB printable e-book with playable mp3 audio files

Special e-book-- "Making Sense of My Life", Elaborates on the meaning of the Healing Song of Purpose guidance for: Getting information and knowledge, Decoding information for right action, Tackling life situations effectively.

(12.7 MB file) Right Click to download printable PDF 'Making Sense of My Life'. (For opening the mp3 attachments, click on the paper clip icon at the bottom left corner of the PDF)