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The Quiet Voice of Intuitive Wisdom

The Quiet Voice of Intuitive Wisdom

by Nischala Joy Devi. Intuitive Wisdom empowers us to expand beyond the constantly changing natural world (seen) to the abode of the Divine Spirit (seer). As our consciousness expands, we realize that there is an essential difference between the inner world of the spirit and the outer world of nature. An Intuitive Wisdom emerges, strengthened by constant acknowledgment. Our intuition whispers to us in a voice that is often overshadowed by the...

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The Magic Wand: Our Intuitive Wisdom

The Magic Wand: Our Intuitive Wisdom

by Nischala Joy Devi. August 27, 2014. Difficulties manifest because we do not understand that everything in this natural world changes and cannot be slowed, halted, or possessed. The only thing we can hold on to is the knowledge of the True Self. Once upon a time there was a great queen. Graced by realizing the eternal truth that ultimately she could not possess anything, she decided to free all her possessions. She issued a proclamation to the...

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Vairagya: Remembrance of the True Self

Vairagya: Remembrance of the True Self

by Nischala Joy Devi. March 12, 2014. In the last couple blogs, I’ve been talking about Abhyasa and Vairagya two components that are essential to reunion with the True Self. Patanjali talks about this in the Yoga Sutras: Yoga Sutra 1.12 Consciousness is elevated by Abhyasa (Devoted Practice) and Vairagya (Remembering the Self) Last week I talked a bit about Abhyasa, Devoted Practice. Now, lets focus on Vairagya, Remembering the Self. Yoga...

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Two Components to Reunion With Your True Self

Two Components to Reunion With Your True Self

by Nischala Joy Devi. February 18, 2014. We all want to soar in our yoga practice and spiritual growth. In the Yoga Sutras, Sri Patanjali talks about the importance of teaming devoted spiritual practice with remembrance of the True Self. Both are vital to our spiritual advancement. Book 1, Sutra 12 Consciousness is elevated by  Abhyasa (devoted practice) and Vairagya (remembering the self). Here are two necessary components to reunite us...

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