Now is not the Present, now is an imagination || Acharya Prashant (2016)

The Present is the foundation of the past, now and the future. The Past, now and future are parts of the stream of the time. Present is the land, the vast infinite land in which many such streams keep flowing.
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How to be immortal? || Acharya Prashant (2016)

Immortality is not about living great lengths of time.
The only immortality possible is in the present.
If you are fully present, fully present – that is immortality.
And in that immortality, you are free to die and free to take a thousand births.
To reach and live as, and live by your central, peaceful nature is immortality.
In that peace, nothing bothers you, you are not worried about security.
All questions on permanence are questions about one’s longevity, one’s security.
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On OSHO: Is sex momentary Samadhi, and Samadhi eternal sex? || Acharya Prashant (2016)

When an Ashtavakra speaks, he requires a Janaka to listen. And when a Krishna speaks, at least an Arjuna is required. He did not go about speaking to just anybody in general. But the scriptures fall in wrong hands. And then they are interpreted to suit one’s own personal convictions. And that is why so much of perversion happens with the alleged sanction of religion.

Would religion really sanction all that? Would the scriptures really support all that you see happening in the name of spirituality or religion? The words might be divine, alright, the words might have descended straight from heaven, alright, but who is reading those words? You. And who are you? The one who does not know how to read.
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THE NAKED SKY OF FREEDOM

A discourse by Acharya Prashant
Day and Date: Wednesday, 9th November’ 2016.
Time: 06:30 p.m. onwards
Venue: 3rd Floor G-39, Sec-63, Noida, U.P Near Fortis Hospital
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Why is nothing permanent? || Acharya Prashant (2016)

Question: Why is it so certain that ‘whatever comes will go’?

Acharya Prashant: Actually the quoted statement is an impression that whatever comes, stays for a while, and then goes away.

The fact is a little different.

Whatever comes disappears that very moment.
It will not go; it is already gone.

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25th Advait Learning Camp with Acharya Prashant is being organized
Dates: 16th to 19th October
Place: Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand

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