LP in top 20!
Life Positive chairman Aditya Ahluwalia: The pioneer of spiritual journalism in India
Silicon India Magazine, a monthly publication catering to the sphere of entrepreneurship in India, placed Life Positive in its ‘20 Most Promising Online Magazine Website – 2018’ list. This list was described as “A directory listing the companies which are offering exemplary services in the industry.” Life Positive shares space with popular magazines like Down to Earth (an initiative of Centre for Science; edited by Sunita Narain), The Week, SME World, Verve, Vogue India, and Women’s Era among many others.
According to the report published in the magazine, an expert panel of the industry editors along with Silicon India Editorial Board had performed a diligent evaluation of the industry before listing the front-runners. The report further stated that “The organisations listed are the ones which have distinguished themselves through successful ideation and implementation of practical ideas that complement with the market requirements as well as cater to the end consumer. This listing will enable our readers in selecting well-suited and impeccable online magazine portals that will not only help understand the nuances, but also help simplify the approach to such services.”
The Life Positive magazine was started with a vision to facilitate the resurgence of New Age in India. What started in 1996 as an experiment has become a solid platform for spiritual journalism in the country. Hailed as the pioneer of spiritual journalism in India, Life Positive English was founded by Aditya Ahluwalia and edited by seasoned journalists like Parveen Chopra, Suma Varughese and now Shivi Verma.
Congratulating Life Positive on this new development, loyal readers began to send messages expressing their solidarity with the magazine.
Delhi-based Sunil Kukreti said, “Many congratulations to Shivi Verma and the entire team of writers and everyone else at LP. Life would have been a little less fulfilling if not for Life Positive magazine. Keep up the good work and may the blessings of the Divine always be with all of you at LP.” Prakash Chaudhary from Maharashtra said, “Heartiest congratulations to Shivi Verma and her team. Life Positive magazine has to its credit the transformation it facilitated in the lives of many seekers like me.” Indeed a promising time for LP.
Hinduism—a way of life
Swami Avyayananda: The Bhagavad Gita has practical applications in life
‘Hinduism: The science behind India’s spirituality’ was a day-long session that shed light on the various facets of Hinduism at the Indian Habitat Center, New Delhi, on September 28. The session was organised by Avanee Foundation, a part of Dalmia Bharat Group. Pavan K Varma, writer, diplomat, and national general secretary, Janata Dal (United), while addressing the gathering, said, “There was a time when we felt that science has all the answers, but when science failed to come up with neat conclusions we dared to go back to philosophy and religion. The most unique thing about Hinduism is that, from the very beginning, it was not about the search for God but about the search for what could be the enduring truth behind the creation of this universe.”
Sharing his views on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, Swami Avyayananda, Chinmaya mission, proclaimed the Gita to be the most popular text that influences people around the world. “The Bhagavad Gita comes close to life because it holds the incidents we can relate to, learn, and then apply in real life,” he added. Talking about rituals and their purpose, Anand Neelakantan, author and columnist, said, “The ‘why’ of common rituals is more important than ‘how to follow them.’ It is really important to understand the critical thinking behind rituals so that we perform them with an understanding of their underlying logic.”
Quoting Hinduism as a ‘remarkable religious tradition,’ Avantika Dalmia, chairperson, Avanee Foundation, said, “Though Hinduism is a culture which is unorganised with no systematic teaching approach and no set rules to follow, the common thread among all these variations is the belief in a Supreme Being and adherence to important concepts such as truth, dharma, and karma.”
Other key speakers at the session included Rahul Bhasin and Mukti Banka from Studio Prana, Swami Advayananda of Chinmaya Mission, Shri Rohini Nandan Das (follower of Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayan Goswami), and Yog Guru Dr Surakshit Goswami.
The experience of love
Maitreyi Sulata: Experience the bliss of love
The need for love is one of the most basic of human impulses. We may submerge this basic need with imposed patterns of self-preservation or fabricated images of self-containment, but the inherent need is always present, whether hidden or visible. Usually, we seek love in human relationships and project our need onto parents, children, spouses, partners, friends, or lovers. The lack or denial of love often causes hurts that we carry with us. This unfulfilled need haunts us, often driving us into unfulfilled relationships, addictions, or other self-destructive patterns. Conversely, if our need for love is met, we feel nourished to the depths of our being.
Life is a beautiful gift that gives us an opportunity to explore and experience this love—our own true essence within us. Yet, most of the time, we get lost in finding ourselves and our own happiness. We do a lot to be loved, accepted, adored, and to achieve happiness and peace. Yet, do we always make it there? Challenges leave us dissatisfied and unhappy.
Sadly, we live in a culture where much is distorted and caught in the misery of ego, greed, conflicts, confusion, and chaos. We have almost forgotten the love in our hearts and in the relationships all around us. In such times, it is especially important to return to what is essential and true, and what cannot be bought or sold. Life is not about economic prosperity or getting more material possessions; instead, life is a love affair waiting to be fulfilled. This fulfilment will complete the reason why we are here on earth.
Divine Friend Dadashreeji says, “The cause of suffering is lack of love.” Under the grace and guidance of Divine Friend Dadashreeji, The MaitriBodh Parivaar invites you for ‘Prem Anubhav,’ an event organized in Delhi and Ludhiana, in November 2018, to experience first-hand the blissful state of love—your own true essence. Krishna Bhardwaj, famous TV artist, interacts with Dadashreeji’s disciple, Maitreyi Sulata, to provide you with a deep understanding of why you feel stagnant, limited, or unfulfilled in life and the simple yet profound solution to erasing your limitations and suffering, in order to live a joyful, love-filled life.
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