Madhubani Art

Madhubani Art

Madhubani Paintings are a beautiful form of traditional Indian art originating from Mithila. Madhubani literally translates into “forests of honey.” They often depict scenes from Hindu mythology,  creating colourful interpretations of Gods and Goddesses, animals, birds, flowers and a love of Nature. The paintings were used for every occasion, celebrations, festivals, weddings, birth, death, all depicting a visual story-telling of Life. The paintings were traditionally applied on the freshly plastered mud walls and floors of huts. This art has extended throughout the decades to become an art form to be found on canvas,…continue reading →

When Worlds Collide

When Worlds Collide: A Dialogue between Sigmund Freud and Nisargadatta Maharaj by John Komperda It was the spring of 1935 and an elderly Sigmund Freud was finding himself in somewhat of an existential crisis. Years ago, Freud had been diagnosed with cancer and sensing that his time would soon come to an end, Freud spent much time in introspection. Despite decades of developing theories and attempting to understand human nature, Freud still felt a void which he could not explain. During this time Freud started to loosen his ridged grip on his theories…continue reading →
Om Mani Padme Hum

Om Mani Padme Hum

Om Mani Padme Hum ‘Hail the jewel in the lotus’ Om Mani Padme Hum can not be translated into a simple phrase or sentence, as it is said to contain all the teachings of the Buddha within. It is a mantra (prayer) which invites the powerful blessings of Chenrezig, the Compassion Buddha. The recitation of this mantra has the effect of transforming the mind, encouraging compassion and a good heart. It is believed that one who recites this mantra will be protected and saved from all dangers. It is a way of purifying…continue reading →
Show me God

Show me God

Show me God A Teaching from Papaji Om, Let there be peace and love, Among all beings of the universe. Let there be peace, let there be peace. Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.   Website for Papaji:- Papaji Satsangcontinue reading →