Doug Adams, Ph.D.
|When it comes to celibacy/abstinence, I am more likely to point out the downside of being sexually abstinent. I don't advocate abstinence as a long-term sexual lifestyle. Abstinence is a good thing when the alternative is being sexual in an indiscreet manner, but it is a bad thing when a healthy sexual lifestyle of being monogamous with a partner is available. I frequently answer questions in the masturbation and male masturbation categories on AllExperts.com. I take all questions pertaining to sexuality.|
|Questions concerning the practice of 'Brahmacharya' to know the self, & the means required are dealt with here.|
1. One follows the law of the land. 2. There is no harm in searching for work one feels like doing. The harm is in being attached to it. 3. Stop eating much before being 'completely full'. 4.
Actions always beget an equal and corresponding reaction. Not a penny more can one earn than what is destined and not a penny less will he be sent with. This the law of the Almighty. Knowing it to be such
The mind which is held in the Atman (self) is the embodiment of bliss. It is content in the self by the self. A mind which is away from the Atman feels incomplete, which it tries to overcome through association
There are different means to annul the Ego, which is the requisite for Enlightenment. Based on the nature and karma of each individual, the higher power gives one a tendency to act accordingly. <b>ॐ
If one's efforts to merge into the self are honest, the way becomes clear in the course of time. Do your Sadhana and accept that which comes as the will of the Almighty. All comes out good in case of the