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LIVING IN PRESENT


IS


THE MOST
DIFFICULT

THING!
DR. SHRINIWAS
KASHALIKAR
To live in present is probably the most
difficult thing I have come across!

The reason is, uninterrupted
physiological st...
pride, nostalgia, happiness etc. about
past; and fear, escapism, hopes, dreams,
excitement etc. about future.


Is living ...
Is this possible through
NAMASMARAN? One has to verify for
oneself!




Dr. Shriniwas J.
Kashalikar
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T H E M O S T D I F F I C U L T A C T I S T O L I V E I N P R E S E N T D R S H R I N I W A S K A S H A L I K A R

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T H E M O S T D I F F I C U L T A C T I S T O L I V E I N P R E S E N T D R S H R I N I W A S K A S H A L I K A R

  1. 1. LIVING IN PRESENT IS THE MOST DIFFICULT THING!
  2. 2. DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
  3. 3. To live in present is probably the most difficult thing I have come across! The reason is, uninterrupted physiological stimulation leading to continuous sensations resulting from stimuli coming from external or internal environment and also from their impact in the past on brain! These are either pleasurable or painful! As a result, we are completely engrossed and entangled; in guilt, fear, suffocation,
  4. 4. pride, nostalgia, happiness etc. about past; and fear, escapism, hopes, dreams, excitement etc. about future. Is living in the present; associated with the blissful cosmic romance and benevolent to the universe? Is the “awareness of past and future time” the function of physiological sensations? Does the living in present actually imply living beyond time by actually being beyond physiological sensations? Is this supra- physiological plane of existence?
  5. 5. Is this possible through NAMASMARAN? One has to verify for oneself! Dr. Shriniwas J. Kashalikar

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