The fact that we are deep in Kali Yuga has never been as evident as it is today. We are a society run by fear and doubt. Divisive forces are in full swing. Anger and violence dictate our behavior. However, what we do not realize is that the same Kali Yuga which is characterized by dark forces also offers a great opportunity, provided we are vigilant about our place and role in the world.

How can we transcend the darkness of Kali Yuga? How can we conquer the negative and destructive forces both within us and in the larger world? Investing our effort in practice, prana, and pilgrimage is key.

In this four-part series, Panditji gives us context about the forces that join (and divide) human civilization. He also guides us to the practices that will enable us to transform ourselves individually as well as begin to become a vehicle for integration and positive change more broadly—to become torchbearers for humanity.

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Part 2: The Power of Practice in Kali Yuga

Kali Yuga is disheartening only to those who do not know its strength and its positive use in our progress. Kali Yuga is an age of opportunity, provided we commit ourselves to a methodical practice—one which has well-defined steps, prerequisites, precautions, and supportive practices which go with the main one. In this satsanga, Panditji explains what makes a practice a perfect practice, how we can do our practice successfully, and how we can achieve our objectives without struggling with obstacles.

Part 3: The Power of Prana in Kali Yuga

Part 4: The Power of Pilgrimage in Kali Yuga

Source: Spiritual Evolution in Kali Yuga satsanga (Honesdale, 2017)

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