Understanding Dharma is essential for success.Continue reading “What is Dharma?”
People who identify, understand and focus on their own strengths are much more likely to produce an excellent quality of life and much more likely to be engaged in their own true life calling.
To know Yourself and understand Your strengths is the beginning of all wisdom because it helps You to choose the right path.
Individual growth and happiness begins with major investments in the personal talents. Focus on what You do best will boost Your enthusiasm and commitment.Continue reading “Focus on what You do best!”
Often we are influenced by contemporary consumer society that teaches us “Wealth and fame will make you happy. Dharmic approach is totally different. It teaches us that happiness actually comes from being who we are and acting accordingly.Continue reading “Embrace proper life principles”
When we are NOT tuned into Dharma we are not sure if we should be doing what we are doing at all, most of what we do then is a struggle, we seem to accomplish everything only with great effort and it never seems to be good enough.
Wouldn’t it be great to always be in tune with Dharma?Continue reading “Tune into Dharma”
The more You act according to Dharma, the more Dharma can and will support You.Continue reading “Guaranteed victory”
Dharma is not a lifeless concept, Dharma is very confidential truth about us and this life. It actually breathes life in everything we touch.Continue reading “What are Yours unique gifts?”
In the Ramayana, great sage Valmiki says, “From Dharma comes prosperity. Only from Dharma flows happiness. From Dharma comes self-realization. By Dharma everything is attained. Dharma is the essence of this world.” Indeed when we are in tune with Dharma we feel we lead a meaningful life that totally satisfy us. People and circumstances come into our life effortlessly to help us move forward. We take wise risks and remain confident because we know we will be protected by Dharma.Continue reading “Dharma carries gifts of self-realization and prosperity”
Dharma is one of the most powerful forces in life. A common English translation for the word Dharma is religion, but more accurate meaning is “that which sustains one’s existence” or “one’s essential characteristic.” Why? Because the root of this word is dha which means “to hold or maintain”. If you are connected with Dharma, Dharma holds and maintains you. It’s that simple. You are then maintained by a universal power far more greater then You could ever imagine, power that maintains the entire creation. Destruction and dissolution are signs that Dharma has been neglected to great extents.
Universal principles of Dharma are very different approach to the question “What is my life calling?”Continue reading “Timeless principles of success”