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Ucheyma: The Severed Head Goddess Vajra Yogini

Nov 25, 2018
Ucheyma: The Severed Head Goddess Vajra Yogini

Ucheyma's awe-inspiring depiction as a self-decapitating goddess has inspired generations of practitioners since the introduction of tantric practice in ancient India. Her practice had migrated north to Tibet...

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Shirdi Sai Baba: The Wise Indian Saint

Jul 26, 2018
Shirdi Sai Baba: The Wise Indian Saint

Sai Baba of Shirdi is an Indian saint who practised both Hinduism and Islam. He dedicated his life to ascetic practice and to spreading the message of love...

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Gods, Symbols and Creatures of Luck

Apr 11, 2018
Gods, Symbols and Creatures of Luck

The belief that luck is a potent factor in our daily lives transcends the barriers of geography, culture, race and religion; it is deeply embedded in our collective consciousness. Most of the symbols that we use to attract good fortune...

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A Short Practice to Overcome Obstacles for Work with Officialdom

Sep 11, 2017
A Short Practice to Overcome Obstacles for Work with Officialdom

Dear students and friends, Our lives in samsara are influenced by rules and regulations that are often beyond our control. For instance, when we need approvals from local authorities and government departments, we may be subject to red tape, delays, uncertainties and worst of all, rejection. Such obstacles can have adverse effects on our...

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Deepavali: The Festival of Lights

Jul 20, 2017
Deepavali: The Festival of Lights

Deepavali (also known as Diwali in many other countries) is a widely celebrated festival in Indian communities around the world, such as the Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and the Nepalese Newar Buddhists. It is a joyous festival of lights, where families unite on the darkest night of the year to light candles, set off fireworks,...

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Wendy Joins KMP Full Time!!!

Feb 2, 2012
Wendy Joins KMP Full Time!!!

A wonderful person named Wendy Loh has decided to use her skills, accumulated from her years working within the film industry, to contribute what she can to Kechara Media & Publications... How wonderful.

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David Lai Speaks At Interfaith Seminar!

Jul 21, 2011
David Lai Speaks At Interfaith Seminar!

David Lai was invited by Reverend Thomas George to participate in a seminar: RELIGION IN THE MARKETPLACE at the Swami Satyananda Memorial Lecture 2011 at the Pure Life Society...

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