"Spiritual practices — the treasure trove of a rational person." A lecture from Ingvar Villido Ishwarananda's "The Path of Wisdom"
The basis of a person's daily intelligence is the ability to use consciousness and its qualities. Quick insight and keen discrimination is the hallmark of a rational person. Spirituality seems in this light as something irrational and vague. Yet through the ages, all spiritual teachings have included exercises for honing insightfulness and developing intelligence because the spiritual path is, in fact, the path of human practical wisdom.
The primary tool of mystics and yogis is keen awareness, which helps cast aside all truths and dogmas of the mind. They do not accept anything that is not based on their direct knowledge. Skepticism, disbelief, and sober rationality are part of their spiritual practice. In this way, they discover a vibrant, immediate, and truthful reality that is not distorted by beliefs, prejudices, and emotional attitudes.
What if you had the same clarity in your everyday life and activities?
What is spirituality? What is spiritual practice? How to bring clarity to your daily life with this knowledge?
Ingvar has been on the path of Siddha-yoga for over 30 years. He has integrated his in-depth discoveries with engineer-like precision, forming simple and practical teaching on how to bring seemingly distant spiritual wisdom into everyday life, realize one's true capabilities and possibilities, and lead a completely fulfilling life from who you truly are.
Lecture is in Estonian, with translations into English, German, and Russian.
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