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Today we examine quantum mechanics, the existence of god, and near death experiences to see the truth of spirituality.

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In this compelling lecture by Alan Watts, we take a cosmic perspective on reality to make sense of our existence.

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Leo Gura, founder of, shows what is necessary to get the most out of life. Through discipline, self mastery, and a compelling vision, you can unleash your full potential through your life purpose.

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"If the universe began in the past, when that happened it was Now. And it trails off like the wake of a ship from Now and just as the wake fades out, so does the past. Things aren't explained by what happened in the past. They're explained by what happens Now"-Alan Watts

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Exponential technological and cultural progress have given us the opportunity to more fully realize our potential.

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KOLLAM: In the wake of the coronavirus spreading to more and more countries and people all over the world experiencing fear, anxiety and confusion, Mata Amritanandamayi addressed the public and called upon the public to pray intensely and work together to overcome the difficult situation.

The ashram has received instructions from the Central and state health departments, and they demanded us to adhere to certain precautionary steps. Everyone should understand the gravity of the situation and cooperate. Even the slightest carelessness on our part could be disastrous, read the message. Last week, in the wake of the coronavirus scare, Mata Amritanandamayi had stopped giving darshan to her followers.

GoK Direct app for info on epidemic TPuram: To disseminate valid information on COVID-19, the state government has launched a mobile application GoK Direct. Besides giving periodic instructions to the public, the app will provide information of people under observation and those returning from abroad, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan after launching the app.

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Yesterday, Hindus all around the world celebrated the colorful festival of Holi. Of course, Holi in India brings back sweet memories for Beatles fans. Their trip to India not only brought forward some amazing music but also changed Indias image in the west! Lets take a look at the historic trip and its impact on music and the world.

The Beatles traveled to Rishikesh in India in February of 1968. The reason for the visit was for the band to explore Transcendental Meditation (TM). This came at a time when the four were trying to quit drugs. As expected, it drew a lot of media attention. Thus, the media went crazy over this trip, with many reporters traveling with them for coverage.

They took training in the Ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, which is now called the Beatles Ashram. Both George and John were most eager to attend this training and spoke about TM with high regard. They brought along Paul and Ringo, along with their wives, assistants and many reporters. It was during this time that the Beatles also celebrated Holi in India at the Ashram.

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This trip brought a lot of fame to India, especially spiritual meditation. The Beatles were such a household name back then that anything they did, received instant fame. And India was no different. However, this doesnt mean that their time in India was just magical.

It was difficult for the four to adjust to the Indian lifestyles, such as the climate and the food. Ringo especially had a difficult time living there. Furthermore, a serious controversy took place between the Maharishi and Mia Farrow that tarnished the trip. The controversy was mostly related to harassment. Thus, it resulted in the Beatles leaving back for England earlier than expected in March. This, however, did not stop them from creating some amazing music!

This trip is often considered one of the most productive time for the Beatles. Many of the songs they made on this trip were a part of the album The Beatles and Abbey Road. They include:

1. Back in the U.S.S.R. 2. Dear Prudence 3. Julia 4. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 5. Revolution 6. I Will 7. Sexy Sadie 8. Mean Mr. Mustard 9. Polythene Pam 10. Im So Tired

And these are just the popular ones. The Beatles might not have achieved peak spirituality, but it was enough for them to produce some incredible music. Creativity truly hit its peak with this iconic band. And the world is still indebted to them for it.

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Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev. Image Credit: ANI

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Mar 11 (ANI/NewsVoir): Yog Abhyas Ashram Trust (Reg) is organising the 22nd 108 kund yog mahayagya to mark the auspicious occasion of Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev's 100th Janmothsav. The grand event will take place at The Akhand Jyoti and Divine Samadhi Sthal of Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan, Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev and Yogeshwar Surender Dev Mahadev on March 14 and 15.

This sacred celebration will be guided by Yogacharya Amit Dev. The first day of this spiritual event is starting with Abhishek and Poojan followed by a reading of the Holy Book (Yog Divya Darshan, Yog Ka Sakshatkar and Dayal Yog Sandesh) and Bhajan Sandhya at the end of the day. The second day is totally dedicated to the holy 108 kund yog mahayagya. From making the atmosphere pious to killing different viruses (including corona) the importance of this Yagya is enormous.

An exhibition about Yog Sadhna is also being organised to let people know more about the spirituality of Yog Sadhana. Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev took birth on March 10, 1920 at Haveli Diwan, Dist Jhang of undivided India and his eternal rest was on August 1, 1998. He was the son of Lala Lal Chand and Ratan Devi. Swami Surender Dev Maharaj (Declared as successor numerous times during his lifetime such as 15.07.1997) Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev and Guru Mata Meera were blessed with three sons.

Elder Son: Prof M Lal, also known as Swami Lal ji Maharaj H/o Prabha having three Daughters: Anjalina, Avantika and Smarika. Second Son: Swami Surender Dev Maharaj H/o Shakti, who were blessed with a son: Amit also known as Swami Amit Dev

Younger Son: Yogacharya Shri Ashok H/o Meena, having two sons: Nitin and Kartikey Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev has enshrined the divine yoga from a very ancient age. He dedicated his life in guiding many disciples into a spiritual journey of a healthy lifestyle and mental peace. His sacramental principles have been a great help in deciphering incurable diseases, domestic disputes and blessing his devotees staying far away.

Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev is much admired for his free of cost yoga camps teaching sanctified yoga asanas which has added happiness and prosperity in the life of many people. He is also the founder of numerous ashrams in India, few of which include: Delhi Yoga Sabha, Chandigarh Yoga Sabha, Dayal Yoga Prachar Samiti (Rohtak), Rajasthan Yoga Sansthan, Punjab Yoga Sabha etc. Being a prestigious personality, Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev has been honoured with a bunch of awards which also includes the first prize from the hands of Jawaharlal Nehru, in the first World Yoga Conference organised in Delhi.

Come and join us for a peaceful and joyous atmosphere, where devotees will be offering prayers, gifts and seek blessings of many yoga gurus who will be attending the ceremony. Yogacharya Amit Dev, fifth in line in the lineage of yoga masters at Yog Abhyas Ashram Trust and great grandson of Yogeshwar Devi Dayal Mahadev will be supervising this glorious birthday event with dedication and divinity.

This religious and blissful birthday celebration is a medium to spread the message of peace and joy through yoga. This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsVoir)

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Brazilian jazz artiste Bianca Gismonti has an undeniable connection with Indian musical heritage; her father, the pioneering Brazilian composer Egberto Gismonti has performed with the legendary Hari Prasad Chaurasia. She herself is an avid fan of Ustad Rashid Khan. On her first visit to India, Bianca performed at the Jaipur Jazz and Blues festival and made her way to Kolkata to perform at ICCR along with her band members, drummer Julio Falavigna and bass player Antonio Porto.

We are playing some original compositions, some of my fathers works, some Tom Jobim with lyrics, Bianca tells us a few minutes before her set. In a free-wheeling chat, the jazz pianist opens up about her trajectory, her soundscape and her undeniable desi connect.

How do you feel about the Indian listeners?

Its been so beautiful meeting them; I personally feel Indian people are like Brazilian people, they are so warm and happy and it makes you feel at home.

Contemporary jazz is really big here right now. Is that why you decided to come here?

Not exactly, Ive always loved India, so music was a great excuse really (laughs). And many people were not aware about Brazilian music and our jazz so its been great bringing it here

A lot depends on mixing it especially, because my family is from Lebanon, Italy and Brazil, so its a mix of influences which have come naturally to me.

Are you familiar with Indian music?

Yes! So Julio Falavigna, our drummer, whos also my husband has two Indian gurus, and I love listening to Hindustani music. My father used to play with Hariprasad Chaurasia, they have performed here as well. Also Rashid Khan, hes my favourite!

Did you plan to do something in the city? Maybe sample some food?

Im a vegan so I had actually planned to see and eat whatever I can! Today, we went to the Yogananda Ashram and the Ramakrishna Ashram as well.

How would you define your trios sound?

Its Brazilian jazz with many, many influences, from African music, folk beats, European music, its about the right mix.

How did the trio come together?

I started playing with Julio in 2011 we were a duo back then, then we started playing with Paolo, hes our Italian bass player. He has been Brazilian music for many, many years hes very used to the genre.

What are you planning next?

We are touring to Europe next, in Germany, Italy, Hungary, Portugal. After April Ill be back in Brazil, where we will finish up our new album and mix it in Hungary, at our label there. The album is called Gismonti VII, its my last name and it is an homage to my father. I also have a piano duo with whom Ill be recording a new album.

What does your playlist sound like...

I love my fathers music, then theres Tom Jobim, Milton Nascimento. I also really like Keith Jarrett he plays really touching music, and I love Herbie Hancock. In Japan, I love this jazz composer called Hiromi.

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Happy faces, a welcoming atmosphere and warm people, it is that time of the year when the sprawling lush-green Osho Ashram lit up for the five-day Osho Spring Festival that brings artistes, painters, dancers and yogis from all across the globe under one roof. Day one of the festival started with a soothing performance of jazz and Carnatic music by Aditi Ramesh. Aditi, along with her ensemble Ishan Jadwani, Vinay Kaushal and Bijit Bhattacharya transported the audience to the world of trans with their performance on jazz, blues and Carnatic music. Aditi said, I had no plan for the performance tonight; I blended various emotions, life stories and different tunes for them. To perform in front of an audience that is so receptive to fluid and experimental music is a dream come true for an artiste like me. The festival also saw performances by Ustad Usman Khan on sitar, a creativity night, where visitors took to paintbrush and canvas to make art, a spiritual reading session, singing, spring dance and meditation etc. were the highlight of the festival. Amrit Sadhana from Osho Ashram said, It is a different world inside, people from all walks of life sing together, stay together, dance and meditate. It is a perfect ode to the spring season.

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New Delhi: Congress will flag off a 27-day-long Gandhi Sandesh Yatra on March 12 to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

The march is also being undertaken to commemorate the 90th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhis historic Dandi March, which started on March 12, 1930, and ended on April 6, 1930. The Yatra will begin from Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad and will be culminating at Dandi in Gujarat on April 6, covering the 386 km route in 27 days.

Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi and party leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi and Congress Chief Ministers will attend the 27-day long padayatra. On the culminating day at Dandi, public meetings will be organized which will be addressed by Sonia, Rahul, all Congress-ruled state Chief Ministers, PCC chiefs and CWC members. The objective of the yatra is to recall and recapture the spirit of Gandhis Dandi March. We will be re-establishing our resolve to protect and promote the values enshrined in our Constitution and to emulate Gandhijis thoughts especially those relating to truth, peace, non-violence and social harmony, said the Congress in a statement.

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