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Sri Chinmoy speaks, part 8
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 282nd book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
Part I — Purity
Question: Where is the best place to meditate for purity?
Question: Is there a different technique for women and men when it comes to meditating on purity?
Question: How can we keep our mind pure?
Question: How can we constantly be aware of the fact that we have no mind?
Question: If there is much impurity in your environment at work or school, how can you best keep it out of you?
Question: When we are attacked by impure thoughts and feelings, or when they arise in us, how can we invoke purity?
Question: Guru, it seems that purity in the waking state is under our control, while purity in the sleeping or dreaming state is out of our control.
Question: In the morning when we meditate and become established in purity, what is the best way to keep it for the rest of the day?
Question: How can you cultivate purity with your family and the people you love and make sure it is not attachment to something else?
Question: How can we obtain purity?
Question: Once we achieve purity, how may we maintain it?
Question: Is purity different for a married person?
Question: Guru, at this time of our development, should purity be in our mind most of the time?
Question: What is the role of purity?
Question: Can a person who is pure spread his purity to someone who is less pure?
Question: Can we purify our daily actions?
Question: A child has no idea of impurity or purity. How do you achieve that kind of purity?
Question: How can I purify my mind of its pride and its unwillingness to bow to my soul?
Question: Can the ego ever have purity?
Question: I find it difficult to distinguish between the small "I" and the divine self. Are there any meditations or practices I can use?
Question: How can you embody purity?
Question: Since I think of you as my Master and the highest truth, what for me now is purity?
Question: How far are we from purity?
Question: How can we purify the kind of love and devotion that we are trying to offer to you?
Question: Is there a way to get purity through action?
Question: How can we purify our feeling of gratitude towards God?
Part II — Compassion
Question: What does God's Compassion do when we resist God's Grace?
Question: How can we show the Supreme gratitude for His Compassion?
Question: When you show someone compassion, can this other person see light or anything in your compassion?
Question: Guru, how can I feel more compassion from the picture of the Divine Mother Kali?
Question: Guru, how can I be more compassionate to others, especially those not on the spiritual path?
Question: When we suffer unpleasant experiences and make mistakes, does that mean that the Supreme has withdrawn His Grace?
Question: How can I bring down the Supreme's Compassion to make my spiritual life evolve faster?
Part III — Justice
Question: What does God's Justice do when jealousy and impurity are brought before the Supreme's Court?
Question: Is force excluded in Justice?
Question: What is your view of the part of the Bible that says we should fear God's Justice?
Question: How do you forgive injustice?
Question: When somebody performs an act of injustice, does the soul of the victim always learn something from the experience?
Editor's preface to the first edition
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