Swami Balendu writes about religion and compares it to politics, in which it would be a dictatorship which has laws but which never changes its laws.
Swami Balendu explains why you cannot convince others in an online discussion, by writing something or even in personal talk.
Swami Ji describes how some people stick with their opinions and patterns only so that they don?t have to change. Read why it is necessary to change.
Swami Ji describes another type of follower - the flexible one who runs after every guru he can find and brings all philosophies together.
Swami Ji writes about the idea of holding yoga postures for long times such as half hours. Read why he does not approve of this kind of yoga practice.
Swami Ji writes about the differences in between living or being in yoga and merely doing yoga and counting the hours of yoga practice.
Swami Ji writes about typical German behavior and qualities and writes a funny story that depicts one of the disadvantages of planning everything.
Swami Ji writes about the flexibility of Hinduism which he sees as its biggest quality and its biggest drawback.
Swami Ji writes about the Mogul time in India and how Hinduism survived the suppression of 1000 years of other religions.
Swami Ji writes about the stereotype of Germans and explains in a picture how they are sometimes not flexible but then reliable.