Aby Vohra

Aby Vohra

Spiritual Awakening

The Direct Way of Spiritual Awakening While Engaged With the World

How to Rest in Being while Engaged in the world? Spiritual awakening is – Resting in Being.  We will see and learn how to access our being permanently even while doing our worldly interactions.Spiritual awakening is not a special feeling, state, or experience. It is not a goal or destination, somewhere to reach in the future. …

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Painful situations and people

Why Do We Face Painful Situations and People Repeatedly And How To Transcend Karma!

The suffering will leave you once it has finished teaching you. It will not go away until it has taught you what you must learn. The situations and people that trigger you are the messengers of unhealed parts within you. We encounter them repeatedly because the universe wants us to become conscious of our unhealed parts so we can heal them in light of our consciousness.

Get rid of Fear

FEAR: How To Get Rid of This Evil

We experience many types of fear. They are like different leaves on the same tree. You can waste your life plucking every single leaf, as there are thousands of them, or you can strike directly at the tree’s root and destroy all the fear leaves. Then the fear leaves will cease to grow..

Let us investigate the root of fear.

secret of Living a life of wholeness

The Ultimate Secret of Living a Fulfilled Life – Part 2

How to transform dark qualities like anger, envy, jealousy into life saving tools?

Whatever you don’t accept, ignore, or resist, you will become that. Accepting the darkness in you without indulging will transform it into the light. You must go into the dark to bring forth your light. When we suppress any aspect of ourselves, we suppress its opposite.

the secret of living a fulfilled life

The Ultimate Secret of Living a Fulfilled Life – Part 1

How to live a life of wholeness by transcending duality such as good and evil, positive and negative? I have now come to understand the extraordinary importance of leading a life of wholeness. That is, of allowing myself to first observe, then to integrate, all the aspects of who I am—those that I and others have called “good quailities” and those that I and others have called “bad qualities”—into a divine whole.