Author Archives: Chaitanya Keerti

The mysteries of life are revealed only in isolation and silence

During this lockdown caused by Coronavirus Pandemic, many people who have to be forcibly in isolationship, have suddenly become more interested in meditation or mindfulness. And luckily, there are thousands of meditators in the world today to offer meditation to the new people. This gives the world a new hope for a better world and better humanity. […]

The Feminine Mystery: The Undying Spirit

March 8 is an International Women’s Day and according to United Nations Organisation, is a special day to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women, who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities. Though the women’s liberation movement […]

Sex and Spirituality

For thousands of years, the issue of pre-marital sex and live-in relationships has been discussed and debated without any conclusion and social acceptance. The issue continues to rage forever. The governments, the priests and the moralists have always been against any sexual freedom without marriage, while there have been powerful people kings and royals also […]

Relaxing with Natural Vipassana

Vipassana Walk

Recently someone who was having a certain difficulty in meditation sent me a question and wanted some help: “What forms of meditation are as effective as Zen in helping one become mindful? I have mild cerebral palsy and sitting still, relaxing and focusing on my breath is hard. The thought of sitting down to relax […]

In Search of the Miraculous

The other day, a seeker sent me an interesting question: Have you ever reached a meditative state while reading? It is really a significant question, because, in most cases, the spiritual journey starts either by reading spiritual books or by listening to the spiritual discourses of certain realised souls, we call them the gurus or sadgurus. […]