Atma Varta is a website dedicated to spirituality. Even though, there is no single, widely agreed definition of spirituality. Surveys of the definition of the term, as used in scholarly research, show a broad range of definitions ranging from very narrow and uni-dimensional definitions such as a personal belief in a supernatural realm ,deepest values and meanings by which people live to broader concepts such as a “quest for an ultimate”, this page predominantly deals with the latter.
Spirituality is a certain way of being. To get there, there are many things to do. This is like a garden in your house. If the soil, sunlight or stem of a plant is in a certain way, it won’t yield flowers, you have to do something. You have to take “care” of those things. So if you cultivate your body, mind, emotions and energies to a certain level of maturity, something else blossoms within you – This page deals with this “care”
Only when life becomes an overwhelming, powerful, experience for you, you want to know what could have created this, this page is for such knowledge seekers.
The whole conflict on the planet is always one man’s belief versus another man’s belief. The need for belief is more psychological than spiritual. When you neither believe nor disbelieve, you simply realize that there are further esoteric facts existing and you need to know them, then you become a SEEKER , this page is dedicated to those spiritual seekers.
Every human being is looking to become boundless subconsciously, most of them are trying to attempt it through physicality and material means ,they are essentially trying to go towards boundlessness in installments. can you count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and one day count to infinity? you will only become endless counting. That’s not the way, Through physical means, you can never reach towards boundless nature. This page is for those who have realized it.
Sanatana dharma ( today loosely/ignorantly referred as Hinduism) has no traditional ecclesiastical order, no prophet(s) nor any binding holy book; It is not a religion in the correct sense. Hindus(so called) can choose to be polytheistic, pantheistic, monistic, or atheistic.Within this diffuse and open structure, spirituality in Hindu philosophy is an individual experience. It defines spiritual practice as one’s journey towards moksha, (liberation), awareness of SELF, the discovery of higher truths, true nature of reality, and a consciousness that is liberated and content.This page is for those who are aware of this fact.
This page is focused on simplified expressions
Atma varta is meassage from Atman , The self , your own self
May we all reap the benefit from the purpose.
May we all be able to abide in Self , The Atman, Let us all find our true home , which is ONE not two, Ekamevadwitiyam.