Ishvarapranidhana is my homework this week
Wow! what a journey this has been! Last week was an opportunity to take a new look at self-study. Can we be an observer without judgment? Can we allow awareness with Ahimsa?
And now a place of surrender! Literally. For my final week, I looked at how I can simply allow. For someone, you have to do it yourself to get results wow this was hard. So what have I learned in all this?
Watch the video to find out!
Thank you for taking this journey with me. I hope you had some fun listening to my story and that in some way I inspired you to reflect on your own answers.
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Jump to Etymology and meaning – Īśhvarapraṇidhāna is a Sanskrit compound word composed of two words īśvara (
ईश्वर) and praṇidhāna (प्रणिधान). Īśvara (sometimes spelled Īshvara) literally means“owner of best, beautiful”, “ruler of choices, blessings, boons”, or “ chief of suitor, lover”. Later religious literature … Wikipedia