Vedic Psychology

Vedic Psychology (1): Delusional Disorders

Being in spiritual life for decades, I have come to the stunning realization that in spiritual societies there are a disproportionate number of practitioners...   Read More

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY – INJUSTICE

QUESTION I am feeling overwhelmed regarding the current political situation in the United States.  While I have been trying to cultivate equanimity and compassion...   Read More

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY: ABORTION

QUESTION: When I am doing japa, a memory keeps bothering me of something that happened 35 years ago. I had an abortion. I felt...   Read More

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY: ALCOHOLIC PARENT

QUESTION: With the Vedic psychology tools that you have introduced I am trying to work on my old samskaras, but I still have many...   Read More

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY: PTSD

QUESTION: I have been a Registered Nurse (RN) for 12 years and many of those years I took care of sick, critically injured, and...   Read More

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY – CHANTING

How I can deal with old Samskaras better? When Babaji was in Germany, I had asked him what I should do when while chanting old thoughts and feelings come up, and he said I should continue to concentrate on chanting the Holy Name and not get into it. Unfortunately, I do not succeed when quite old feelings come up ...

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY – ON OVEREATING

QUESTION: I don’t know what to do on my overeating issue. I am obese. I work-out, but the eating…  I was raped as a...   Read More

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