Saturday, November 22, 2014

Story of the Three Thieves Sri Swami Vishwananda

Published on Nov 20, 2014
Sri Swami Vishwananda tells the story of the three thieves who capture an unsuspecting businessman and discuss what to do with him - and talks about how this story plays out in every person's daily life.

Story of the Three Thieves
Sri Swami Vishwananda

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Infinity - Gurudev and Mahavatar

Mahavatar Babaji Today November 19.2014

When the SatGuru locates and meets the Disciple or devotee, the Guru | Disciple relationship begins, even as it has been and always will be. The energy between them can be likened to the infinity sign flowing ceaselessly and lovingly back and forth from heart to heart. Then the saying, "like father, like son," is applicable. This means that the character or behavior of the son can become like the father.

Mahavatar Babaji

Sri Swami Vishwananda taught in his recent Bhagavad Gita Course:

 "Here Bhagavan [Krishna, God] is saying that when you are undertaken by an irresistible happiness, sometimes you have such a deep happiness, you don't even know where this happiness comes from. You feel sublime joy inside of you, you start laughing and crying at the same time, you feel excited all of a sudden. This is when there is a flooding of light, a light of understanding when you know you have found your way, your path in life, you have found your Guru, you are not just somebody who is walking on the street. You have a sense of belonging somewhere and then due to that sense of belonging somewhere, you feel great joy that you are not alone in that path."

Swami Vishwananda