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Fifty Freedom-Boats to one Golden Shore, part 5
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 229th book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
What has life taught me?
Part II — Questions and answers: University of Wyoming
Question: In learning to concentrate, what forms of self-discipline do you use? Sometimes it seems that learning self-discipline is selfish.
Question: What does it mean to please God in His own way?
Question: Do you see any way one could assimilate the way of living you are speaking about into the American culture?
Part III — Questions and answers: University of Utah
Question: Sometimes when I talk to others, my mind sees a duality. In the act of trying to see the good in others, I feel a separation. What do you recommend?
Question: What is the power that brings down God's Presence in all our actions and allows us to feel our oneness with God?
Question: Will you accept me as your student?
Question: I've found in my search for God that He is all around me and within me. The unity with Him is becoming very understandable. What is puzzling me is the separation. What is the sense of separation?
Part IV — Questions and answers: Loyala University
Question: Do you believe in the cycle of rebirth?
Question: When we achieve complete oneness with God, do we still see a polarity between good and evil?
Question: Would you explain how we can get one-pointedness and stillness of mind when we have chaos in our thoughts.
Question: If we are trying to go beyond the mind, is it only possible with Grace or is there something we can do?
Question: How can we bring intensity into our meditation without bringing it into the physical at the same time?
Question: In meditation, is it more important to aspire upwards or to become receptive?
Part V — Questions and answers: University of New Mexico
Question: Do you always sleep at night as you did before you reached cosmic consciousness?
Question: How does the Master recognise when one of his disciples is reaching a state of higher consciousness?
Question: What do your disciples meditate on?
Question: What is the source of man's suffering?
Question: Is there any difference in your philosophy between a man and a woman?
Question: Is it necessary to come into contact with an enlightened person in order to realise God?
Question: Is there a character to be found in the Yoga tradition, such as Christ, who will arise at some time with the purpose of ridding mankind of suffering?
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