Tag Archives: Catholic

Jai Jai Shankara Hara Hara Shankara

by Aranyakananda It’s been a while since I really considered posting here. My wife and I’ve been moving, and Lord Ganesha, for a while, dammed the river of words that had until recently flowed forth on this blog. I blame … Continue reading

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Rally Up the Demons of Your Soul

by Aranyakananda In the summer of 2009, when I was in the midst of an epic journey of discovery through the writings and talks of Paramhansa Yogananda and the Bhagavad-gita, my favorite currently functioning band since I was 16, Green … Continue reading

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God’s Will Vs. The Devil Made Me Do It

by Aranyakananda I’ll start this post by saying I do not believe in “The Devil” when it comes to misfortune and death. What I do believe in is distance from God and the “Your Time Is Just Plain Up” (see … Continue reading

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