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जीवनशैली क्या हो? हम शान्त, आनन्दित कैसे रहें? ये प्रश्न सदा से मानव मन मेंं उठते रहे हैंं। विचारकों ने विचार करके, तरीक़े निकाले, उस तरह जीये। उनका जीवन शान्त, आनन्दित हो गया तो उन्होंने वे तरीके लिख दिये।भारत मेंं उन्हें शास्त्र नाम दे दिया गया। वेद, उपनिषद, गीता आदि।पूरे संसार में अनेकों व्यक्तियों ने इसके बारे मेंं लिखा। रुमी, लाओत्सू, आदि। पर, समय के बदलने के साथ-साथ उन शास्त्रों के मतलब भी बदल दिये गये। उसका परिणाम हम आज कर्मकांड, अंधविश्वास आदि के रूप मेंं देख रहे हैं।मुझे लगा उन पुस्त ...
 
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This Episode contains two books of the author Malti Johari. Kavya Veethiyan are poems relating to nature, mind, God, politics, karma, and dharma. Antardhwaniyan also has some poems that reflect the inner voice of the author. Some poems relate to different emotions and also on death.द्वारा Malti Johari
 
This Episode contains some thoughts of the Author, Malti Johari, in prose. These are thoughts relating to nature, behaviour of people, thoughts on characters in mythology and Indian epics like the Mahabharata and some small and big events in life.द्वारा Malti Johari
 
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Soko, Soriyu, Takuchi, Sunaw, Sukoku, Tanko, Tambo, Wakiyu, and Yaohiko have been narrated. The Zen saints say that once our work in this life is completed we move on to another life. The Master says that each person has to learn on their own, so at the time of death the Master is in peace. When death comes as a gu…
 
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Rayshi, Retsu Zan, Ryokan, Saikaku, Senryu, Setsudo, Sharyu, Shei, Shokai, Shizan, Shogetsu, And Shogo have been narrated. The Zen saints at the time of death have expressed their deep understanding of life and death. They say that just as a frog hibernates and comes back, or as we change our old clothes for new, s…
 
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Toko, Ta Hui, Kasho, Koho Kenichi, Ikieu Sojun, Hoshin, Dokyo Etan, Ani Benon, Basui Tokuso, Derin Soto, Kenju, Kibai, Koha, Kyokusai, Kozan, Kyoshu, Masahyde, and Mokuku have been narrated. They state that there are no rules or compulsions in Zen philosophy, and even the writing of the Haikus at the time of death …
 
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Hanari, Hakun, Hakurin, Fusen, Fuwa, Gimaye, Daibi, Ensai, Enshee, Chaien, Choree, Barseiki, Basho, Baika, Shunoku Soan, Bainen, and Tosui Ankai have been narrated. The Zen saints at the time of death through their Haikus have provided the wisdom of the circle of life and death. They believe in the concept of re-bi…
 
In this Episode Haikus written by Zen saints at the time of death has been narrated. It is a tradition in Zen philosophy to write a Haiku at the time of death. The Haikus of Hakuro, Hakusai, Hakuto, Hamai, Hemon, Hankai, Hokusai, Mumon Gensen, Songai Gibbon, Seagun Sai, Shumpo Soaki, Goshu, and Gozan have been translated in Hindi. The Zen saints em…
 
In this Episode the Haikus of Tetsuan, Ryushu, Isho, Su Tung Po, and Sekiso, have been narrated. The Haikus explain that each person is unique and the way of living is also unique. The Zen Masters guide their students in their own unique ways as per their own experience. They do not teach from any scriptures or books, but teach through their experi…
 
In this Episode the Haikus of Soseki, Gido, Isho, and Ryushu have been narrated. One needs to be an Observer to reach in a Zen state of being. True wisdom comes from being a mere observer or witness, without the chatter of the mind. To walk on spiritual path, we need to know ourselves - who am I? To understand who we are, we need to first forget ou…
 
In this Episode Zen Haikus by Ryokan, Shiki, Hokushi, Issa, Choshu, Ryota, and Hoitsu have been narrated. Some words used in Zen Haikus have become a depiction of a certain meaning. For example, "ice" is a depiction of transparency and cleanliness, "water" is a depiction of peace and tranquility, the "moon" is a depiction of coolness and acceptance…
 
In this Episode Haikus by Basho have been narrated. Basho was from Japan. Though he never became a Zen Master, his lifestyle was that of the Zen Masters. His poems, that is Haikus, are a reflection of his deep understanding of Zen philosophy. It is interesting to note that Zen philosophy is similar to Shiv Sutra or Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, in which L…
 
In this Episode Haikus by different Zen Masters has been narrated. The Zen Masters whose Haikus have been narrated are: Nangaku, Chi Hsien, Kanzan, Takuan, Ikkyu, Soseki, Ryokan, and Daio. They all have said that the Zen Master is there just to help the student remain conscious and in a state of no mind. For that the Zen Master uses different metho…
 
Zen philosophy is a part Buddhism. Buddha's follower, Mahakshyap's disciple, Bodhidharma, went to China to spread Buddhism. However, the Tao philosophy was already prevalent in China. So, the Zen philosophy is a mix of Taoism and Buddhism. Zen philosophy believes that the world is perfect the way it is, and we don't need to change it. We should be …
 
This is the concluding Episode of the Kathopnishad, the dialogue between Nachiket and Yamraj. Yamraj explains to Nachiket that we need use our senses and mind to look within to know our soul. Once we understand the soul, we know that God and the soul are one and the same thing, like light and shadow, that cannot be separated. Yamraj then explains t…
 
The Kathopnishad has been been narrated over three Episodes. It is the most beautiful story of the dialogue between a young boy, Nachiket and the God of Death, Yamraj (Yama). In this Episode Nachiket goes to meet Yamraj. However, Yama was away and came back after three days. Nachiket did not eat for three days, as he could not meet Yamraj. Yama fel…
 
In this second part of the Kathopnishad, the story of Nachiket and Yamraj continues. Yama tells Nachiket that even the deities (devtas) cannot understand what happens after death. He begs Nachiket to ask for something else. However, Nachiket does not agree. So, Yama offers other things to him, including all the wealth, comforts, etc. of the world, …
 
In this Episode the Mandookya Upanishad has been narrated. In this Upanishad the importance of the syllable "om" has been explained. It is the cosmic sound and an affirmation of the divine force. In all the Upanishads meditation by reciting "om" has been given the primary method of knowing the divine. All philosophers have used different words, suc…
 
In this Episode the Taittiriya Upanishad has been narrated. In this the student asks the Master to give him all types of knowledge and education. The Master teaches him all kinds of skills to earn money and to be able to live comfortably in the world. The student then asks him about the philosophical knowledge of getting to know God and obtaining p…
 
In this Episode, the Kain Upanishad has been narrated. The student asks the Master from where do the senses get their power or energy (like sight (from fire), touch (from wind), mind (from Indra)? The Master narrates a beautiful story in which Brahm (God) takes the form of a Yaksh (benevolent spirit) to humble the pride of the Devas (forces of natu…
 
In this Episode the Shwetashwatar Upanishad has been narrated. In this Upanishad a few saints get together to discuss who has made this world and how to know the Creator? They came to a consensus that it is only through meditation that we can know the Creator. For meditation it is imperative that we take the help of our body and mind to be able to …
 
In this Episode Mundak Upanishad has been narrated. In this Upanishad the student asks who is that One who we need to know so that we know everything? The Master says that we need to do work because we have a mind and body. But, in all that we do, we should be a medium of that One. To be able to be a medium we need to practice meditation and go wit…
 
In this Episode 2 Upanishads have been narrated: 1. Sarvsaar Upanishad: the student questions the master what is bondage, freedom (mukti), what is the knowldege required for knowing God, and to distinguish between illusion (maya) and reality? The master answers his questions in this Upanishad. 2. Adhyatma Upanishad: the Master explains that we thin…
 
Upanishads are the ancient scriptures of India. They are mainly a dialogue between the student and the teacher on life, spirituality, and answers to the questions that the student has on who is the maker of this world, why is there suffering and happiness, what happens after death, how will we know our Creator, etc.? The Upanishads do not consider …
 
Tagore in his poems says he loves God like a friend. He says when I look at God like a father, I am unable to pour my heart and tell him everything. But, when I consider God to be a friend, I can tell him everything. Tagore then says that I will not do yoga and will not take sanyas, because I want to enjoy the creation of God, that includes the bir…
 
Tagore says we live in happiness, but, if anyone tells us that we don't have something, then we get lost in finding that or start living in an illusion, instead of enjoying what we have. Tagore in his poem says that sometimes we love God like we love our mother. Our mother may be strict and harsh with us, but it is for our good. Just like that, eve…
 
Tagore speaks about death. He says that the day death comes on my doorstep, I will give my whole self to death. He speaks to death, and asks death come and talk to him, cause he is going to meet his lover, that is , God. Tagore thanks people for all that they have given to him. He says once I die, don't feel sad and mourn my death, as I am going to…
 
Gurudev Tagore in his poem expresses the beauty of nature and how he found peace and happiness by dissolving himself in the beauty of nature. He says one can achieve satisfaction and happiness by giving, and emphasizes that one should give without thinking or without restrictions. Tagore urges us to stop being lazy and to awaken by following the pa…
 
Tagore explains that true lovers don't need to show what they are doing for the other, but quietly and constantly try to help or do things for their lover with no expectations in return. Tagore explains that we are never alone, as God is with us. Therefore, no matter where we go, we must remember that God is with us. He says that we get so caught u…
 
Tagore writes about the relationship between lovers. His poems reflect the love of a beloved towards God, similar to the love that Mira had for her lover Krishna, the God. His poems depict how the beloved seeks attention of the lover.द्वारा Malti Johari
 
Tagore in his poems says that our destiny is predetermined, and therefore there is no need to take tension about the past and the future. We need to live in the present which then opens our lives to new adventures and new learnings everyday. Tagore also prays to God in his poems to bring back the glory of India and give him courage and love for all…
 
Tagore speaks about finding God within us, in hard work, etc. He says that God is not sitting in temples and religious places, as God himself is doing work, and he is found where people are working. He is found in the labourers, the poor, the disadvantaged too. He is not sitting only with the rich. Tagore says God is not found by going on a teeth y…
 
Rabindranath Tagore was an artist, a poet. He received the Nobel prize in literature for the "Geetanjali", a collection of his 103 poems from his different books. His poems in the Geetanjali relate to his different emotions, mainly about God. Malti Johari translated in Hindi poetry form, from the English version of his Geetanjali. The podcast is of…
 
After explaining the Ashtang Yog, Patanjali explains that we should not get stuck in siddhis/ powers, else we will not attain moksh/enlightenment. Kindly leave your comments, suggestions on my Facebook page (Malti Johari).द्वारा Malti Johari
 
Patanjali explains the 8 yogas (ashtang yog). He says after one has mastered the 8 yogas, more particularly the last three, dharna, dhyan and samadhi, one attains some power, like to be able to predict or see the future. He then explains in detail the types of powers one could achieve. However, he warns that one should not get caught up in showing …
 
Patanjali explains that by controlling the body and the mind, we can move inwards and listen to the soul. It is on the meeting of the body, mind and soul that we can get peace and lead a good life without any tensions. The method of meeting of the body, mind and soul is called Kriya Yog. In this we have to work towards making the body and mind sile…
 
Patanjali was a saint who has written three books (shastra). The first is on grammar - Mahabhashya, the second is on health - Ayurveda, and the third book is on the meeting of the body, mind and soul - Yoga Darshan. Malti Johari has translated the third book containing 196 sutras of Patanjali's Yoga Darshan in Hindi from the original sanskrit. Pata…
 
This is the concluding episode of Narad's talks on devotion. He compares devotion to love and says that it is one and the same. He states that devotion is like being in love. The God is the Beloved, (similar to the Sufi philosophy), and emphasizes that in bhakti we see God in every body. This is true humanity. All philosophical scriptures teach hum…
 
Narad muni (saint) speaks about devotion or bhakti. He explains what is devotion, what a devotee is required to do, and how to recognize a devotee. He explains the types of devotions too. Malti Johari has translated the original sanskrit sutras in Hindi. This podcast is her Hindi translation of the Narad sutra on Bhakti or devotion.…
 
In this second part Narad explains that the path of devotion or Bhakti is the easiest path to attain moksh or enlightenment. The other two paths are gyan that is knowledge and karma that is work are slightly more difficult that the path of Bhakti. He explains why and how the path of devotion is the easiest path to be followed by the common man.…
 
Rumi says that death is of the body, not the soul. He says we are the soul, which can never die. On the death of the body, the soul will be free to meet its source, it's lover - God. Re-birth depends on how we have led this life. If we lead an egoless life we will be able to be one with the Source. From Rumi's big treasure of poems, these were just…
 
Rumi says that women are not an object of lust. She is a Creator. He says the Almighty is a woman. The Creator has compassionate qualities, she is loving, caring, forgiving, empathetic, etc, which are all qualities inherent in women. Her love is for everybody and there is no need to fear Her.द्वारा Malti Johari
 
Rumi say that there is only One Existence. There is no individuality because we are part of the Almighty. We come from that One source and we will go back into that same source. We are never alone, as the Existence is always with us. This word "Adwait" that is Oneness is the main concept of Indian philosophy too.…
 
Rumi says if you are fully dedicated to God only then you can meet and experience God. It's like a drop of water meeting the sea, it no longer remains a drop, but becomes the sea itself. Similarly, we can become a part of God, when we forget ourselves and dissolve ourselves in the ocean of God.द्वारा Malti Johari
 
Rumi says through his poetry that we need to accept whatever God has given us. So, if there is sadness, or pain, or happiness, or sickness, etc. we need to accept it completely. Don't bring your mind into the situation. Accept it as the will of God, without complaining. It is then, that the true meaning of acceptance is understood.…
 
Rumi explains what is Love? He says that attraction towards things, valuables, luxury items, or physical bodies is not love; it is lust, desire, greed. Love is something beyond the body and mind. It is platonic. Is it attraction of the hearts? We cannot say, but you become another person. When love comes in your heart, you will see happiness everyw…
 
Rumi says that one should not be mind full, and should not make the mind your Master. One should remember that you are the Master of your mind. The mind will keep you occupied in worldly things, and will not let you listen to your heart and your inner voice. Therefore, in order to be able to listen to your inner voice you need to remain silent and …
 
Rumi says that the first step is to realise that you are not getting peace and happiness from world things. It is then that you will look within and seek your inner self. It is in silence that we can hear our inner voice and our heart. To achieve silence we need to leave unnecessary thinking, talking and doing and become mind less/ empty the mind.…
 
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