What is right for me? How do I know? Through the story of his own life, the qualities he embodied and the intuitive reasoning behind his decisions, Adi ji offers insight into the practical question everybody faces, “How do you know whether what you choose or wish to choose, is it the right thing for you or not? How do you find out?”

Through the story of his own life, the qualities he embodied and the intuitive reasoning behind his decisions, Adi ji offers insight into the practical[…]

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Nature vs nurture : Is everything predestined for us? So the question is a classic question,”So what is our own nature, our swabhava, what is it that we pick from outside, which includes others, our environment, our family, everything else. And if, there is something like “our own” we also see many things we have picked up from outside and if there is something like we have picked up from outside, we also observe there is something called “our own”. There is a specific difference. Let us see what they are.

Nature vs nurture : Is everything predestined for us? (Adi ji) So the question is a classic question,”So what is our own nature, our swabhava,[…]

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Yuva Spot : Having the Big Picture Many people just want to work in a company, they want to be in a good family, they want to go slowly, and yet contribute to the larger society and not be swayed by the nature of life. Is this possible? This is a beautiful and very practical question, which Adi ji answers with a personal story.

(Extracted from talks at Vikasa, Rishikesh, December 2016) 2016’s Vikasa saw quite a few participants who were aspiring leaders. In one of the sessions, a[…]

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Q & A: The Verity of the Indian Itihasa This is a very interesting and eye-opening discussion on how the deep traditional sciences (shastra) and history (itihasa) of the Indian civilization have been groundlessly invalidated and termed “mythical”, thereby leaving us no room to even explore and verify their validity.

(Extracted from talks at Vikasa, Rishikesh, December 2016) This is a very interesting and eye-opening discussion on how the deep traditional sciences (shastra) and history[…]

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