Renunciation to Overcome Materialism
Renunciation is a radio talk show discussing the importance of overcoming materialism in unlocking human potential.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about struggle between matter and Spirit. As it is stated in the Isha Upanishad, “Life in the world and life in the spirit are not incompatible. Work or action, is not contrary to knowledge of God, but indeed, if performed without attachment, is a means to it. On the other hand, renunciation is renunciation of the ego, of selfishness– not of life.”. Listen as they discuss the conversion from material beliefs to Spiritual understanding. Welcome to the Voice of Yoga; we are talking consciousness!
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1. Why would anyone what to renounce the world? Remember we don’t have to “leave” the world just detach from it.
2. From Miscellaneous Writing by Mary Baker Eddy , ” Mortals will lose their sense of mortality — disease, sickness, sin, and death — in the proportion that they gain the sense of man’s spiritual preexistence as God’s child; as the offspring of good, and not of God’s opposite, — evil, or a fallen man. Mis. 181:25
3. Another quote from Miscellaneous Writing by Mary Baker Eddy, “spiritual relation to Deity: it is not, then, a personal gift, but is the order of divine Science.” Mis. 181:21-22 spiritual
4. What are the advantages of acknowledging that we are Eternal Spiritual Beings? To be invulnerable to sin, sickness, disease, and death. Nice!
5. Another quote from Miscellaneous Writing by Mary Baker Eddy, “The Word will be made flesh and dwell among mortals, only when man reflects God in body as well as in mind. The child born of a woman has the formation of his parents; the man born of Spirit is spiritual, not material. Paul refers to this when speaking of presenting our bodies holy and acceptable, which is our reasonable service; and this brings to remembrance the Hebrew strain, “Who healeth all thy diseases.” If man should say of the power to be perfect which he possesses, “I am the power,” he would trespass upon divine Science, yield to material sense, and lose his power; even as when saying, “I have the power to sin and be sick,” and persisting in believing that he is sick and a sinner. If he says, “I am of God, therefore good,” yet persists in evil, he has denied the power of Truth, and must suffer for this error until he learns that all power is good because it is of God, and so destroys his self-deceived sense of power in evil. The Science of being gives back the lost likeness and power of God as the seal of man’s adoption. Oh, for that light and love ineffable, which casteth out all fear, all sin, sickness, and death; that seeketh not her own, but another’s good; that saith Abba, Father, and is born of God! Mis. 184:6-28