Sunday, August 30, 2015

Happy Balaram Jayanti and happy Raksha Bandhan. 
May the blessing be on all the sisters in the world.
~Sri Swami Vishwananda

Friday, August 28, 2015

May the blessing of Maha Lakshmi be with you all Happy Onam and Happy Hayagriva Jayanti ~ Sri Swami Vishwananda
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Friday, August 21, 2015

Real Love

Real Love, we call Prem when there is no difference;
whether one is beautiful or ugly on the outside,
it doesn’t matter, as true Love keeps growing.
~ Sri Swami Vishwananda

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Mahavatar Babaji Today 20.August.2015

“Forever true or forever blue, ridden by remorse or flying into bliss, that is the present state of human kind. Through countless incarnations, people identify themselves as the body or the spirit. Therein resides the state of the mind and the heart. Remember you are spirit and will forever be. Then know the peace, love and bliss that you really are. In a moment you may change your life experience when you awaken into this knowing that you are, in essence, an eternal consciousness of spirit and beyond the body and all things material.”
Mahavatar Babaji

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Vaikuntha Abode of God

Sri Swami Vishwananda Speaks about Vaikuntha
Paradise, the abode where God Lives

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Divine State of Pure Love

This body is being given so that humankind can have the chance to purify themselves and to revive their Divine state of pure Love. On the way, that leads to Giridhari and to the true, not illusive, happiness as one can be truly happy only being with the God of Love.
-Sri Swami Vishwananda 

Sri Swami Vishwananda

Sunday, August 16, 2015

A Gift Received: Mahavatar Babaji Pendant

Swamini Lakshmi's Beloved Mahavatar Babaji
Pendant received as a Gift

To The Beloved: 
"You've no idea how hard I've looked for a gift to bring You. 
Nothing seemed right. What's the point of bringing gold 
to the gold mine, or water to the Ocean. Everything I came 
up with was like taking spices to the Orient. It's no good 
giving my heart and my soul because you already have these. 
So, I've brought you a mirror. Look at yourself and 
remember me."


“The scene was a Kumbha Mela, Lahiri Mahasaya told his disciples. “I had gone there during a short vacation from my office duties. As I wandered amidst the throng of monks and sadhus who had come from great distances to attend the holy festival, I noticed an ash-smeared ascetic who was holding a begging bowl. The thought arose in my mind that the man was hypocritical, wearing the outward symbols of renunciation without a corresponding inward grace.
“No sooner had I passed the ascetic than my astounded eye fell on Mahavatar Babaji. He was kneeling in front of a matted-haired anchorite.
“‘Guruji!’ I hastened to his side. ‘Sir, what are you doing here?’
“‘I am washing the feet of this renunciate, and then I shall clean his cooking utensils.’ Babaji smiled at me like a little child; I knew he was intimating that he wanted me to criticize no one, but to see the Lord as residing equally in all body-temples, whether of superior or inferior men. The great guru added, ‘By serving wise and ignorant sadhus, I am learning the greatest of virtues, pleasing to God above all others—humility.’”
- Autobiography of a Yogi