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Out of the Ether

I am the type of person that tends to take people’s word on things in many ways. So a few days ago I surprised myself when I went into a session with a psychic with a sense of intrigue and … Continue reading

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By Aranyakananda As a practitioner of the life-teachings taught within the slokas of the Bhagavad-Gita, I am in some small way averse to the concept of wishing for things coming to “fruition” in some ways. Why should we be? Fruition … Continue reading

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