Showing posts from November, 2013

How To Make The Day Memorable?

Well this is not a tutorial instead a question that I want to ask you on the day of completion of 2 years of service of Religion2God. Religion2God aims to lead to the Highest (the God) which is symbolized by the ladder in its logo.

Recently someone asked me that how can I claim that He is the Highest. Actually, it is not my sole claim that He is the Highest but also the conclusion of the experiences of renowned saints of past. Apart from this highly valued scriptures also declare the same. Above all the God Himself explains to us the same out of affection.

Now another question that may emerge in your mind is that how can you believe on a book. I agree that your doubt is reasonable if I ask you to believe on all the books that are published every day but this is not about ordinary literary works but about well acclaimed standard texts.

In every branch of science there are some standard books that you need to follow for better understanding. You need to take those texts as true because…

How to Investigate Your Spiritual Essence?

Investigating our spiritual essence is the most important work we have because with the understanding of our spiritual nature we are no more bullied by the glamour of the world. The mind comes totally under our control and we become able to do whatever is required all in proper fashion.

Here I present before you few activities that can help you discover your spiritual reality. If you don’t eat, you will never know its taste. So, it’s important to practice them in order to know how they work. Even if you don’t believe that there is anything called spiritual, just give these things a sincere try for few months and I am damn sure you will be changed.

OK here we go.
Meditate: Meditation is not that tough for beginners as it is generally talked about. Just sit in a quiet and clean place in the most comfortable posture keeping your backbone straight and eyes gently closed. That’s it. Practice this thrice a day for at least 10 minutes during each sitting.Be Peaceful: Maintaining peace of min…