Namaste and Welcome to the Community!
I am honoured that you have taken the time to visit us. I’m Hanuman Dass and GoDharmic.com is where I share my personal opinions and write my blogon Life and spirituality. First and foremost I am a blessed to bea husband, father, and son. I am also very blessed to have met my spiritual teacher Ram Dass who perfectly summed up the purpose of life (and this blog) when he said,
“I would like my life to be a statement of love and compassion–and where it isn’t, and that’s where my work lies.”
My writings are deeply inspired by his life work and the inspirations of ‘Maharajji’ Shree NeemKaroli Baba.
I am also co-author of The Power of Dharma which I wrote together with my friend and teacher Dr.Nicholas Sutton who is Director of Continuing Education at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (A place that I love).
We are all on a collective human journey and I feel that Hindu Philosophy and the traditions of India have important contributions towards making the world a better place, to this end Godharmic.com aims at connecting those who are interested in revealing this great knowledge. To see the One within every living being is what I believe is required to truly bring love to the world. You can view all of the categories for the Blogs on the right hand side of the page, but to give you an idea here are just a few of the topics I am deeply interested in.
Dharma – Compassion for all living beings, we regularly campaign for issues we believe in, an example of this is Project Crayons
Bhakti – Divine Love, this is the way of the heart. Bhakti is the cure for all anxieties in the world. It is beautiful way a way of living from the heart space.
Seva – Service to all, one of the key principles of all Indian religion is Selfless service, if we are to see God existing within every living being we should work to relieve the suffering of others. This also applies for the environment, social justice, and our own personal lives.
Yoga – The practises which we do to awaken. Patanjali describes Yoga as Chita VrittiNirodaha. When the fluctuating mind is at rest we realise our true self. This is the state of Yoga.
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