“Silence is the speech of the soul; all else is secondary.” –Abhijeet Pandey.
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Silence is arguably one of the most challenging things to understand, let alone practice. Yet the practice of silence goes way back to ancient times. Its roots are deep and can be found in many primeval spiritual teachings.
We live in a noisy world—a world where it’s practically impossible to be in pure silence. Right when we wake up, we’re exposed to non-stop outside noise: radio, music, TV, Internet, traffic, people.
In silence there is wisdom, knowledge, strength, serenity, clarity, self-awareness, and contentment – the elements needed to achieve lasting happiness and fulfillment. This practice has the potential to impact our lives.
The practice, importance and benefits of silence in the spiritual development go thousands of years back in time with the aim to connect with the inner self and to cultivate self-awareness and compassion.
We live in a world where day-to-day life demands never seem to end. We run non-stop from the time we wake up to the time we go to bed and even then many of us struggle to fall asleep because our mind is still churning.
Many would agree that we, humans share this innate need of suffering less and experiencing more happiness and joy. On the same token, we would also agree that life is bound to present challenges along the way
After reading the last few blogs on the ever important theme and discussion on spirituality and spiritual awakening and growth and awakening, many of our valued readers