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Prayer & Prayerful Life
A Prayer is an act, and prayerfulness is an attitude… Mature, objective response to both pleasant and unpleasant situations comes from prayerful attitude. The act of prayer serves to make one prayerful. Being prayerful, one’s response to varying situations would be effective without one being in anyway affected. This attitude also helps one to accept one’s past as well as the present situation. The more prayerful one is, the freer one becomes from guilt, hurt and from self-loath. In the wake of graceful acceptance, there is serenity.
In the very act of seeking the sought is denied because the sought is the seeker. How? Well, what one seeks basically happens to be oneself.
Psychology Has No Solution And Vedanta Has No Problem
Guidelines for Vedic Knowledge is a supplement to Vedic Knowledge Text Book, the eleventh part of the Purna Vidya books for teaching children Vedic tradition and culture. This book provides adults with guidelines which include a structured lesson plan and guidelines to the fun filled and intellectually challenging group discussions contained in the Vedic Knowledge Text Book.
One has to be at the right place at the right time to achieve anything significant. One cannot will it to happen but one can always pray to make it happen. Thus free will finds its total expression in prayer. That one can pray is itself a blessing and how one prays makes prayer meaningful to one.
Ramayana (92 hours)