Need for a living guru?

Nayaswami Pranaba

Question from Christina: When we talk about having a Guru, does the Guru need to be a living person you interact with and can talk with you, or can it be someone who has passed (ie. Paramhansa Yogananda)? I’m confused on this matter.


Attitudes of a disciple toward the Guru

Nayaswami Devarshi

Question from Jason: What are the key traits, tendencies, or attitudes of a true disciple towards his Guru? Thank you. :)

Do you need a “living” guru?

Nayaswami Anandi

Question from RAVICHANDRAN IYER: Dear Purified Souls! I have a pertinent and disturbing question to ask. It is always said that “One must have a Living Guru to progress in the spiritual path’. I am a great admirer of Paramhansa Yoganandji and I have just started to follow his teachings with Level I course. My question is whom should I consider as my Guru.…


Finding your guru

Nayaswami Gyandev

Question from amit: Every spiritual book refers or suggests that “Guru is essential/mandatory for travelling spiritual path”. How can we realize and recognize him ? Without him it is not possible to traverse correctly this path. If yes, then how we will find the GURU, who will show us correct path. Pranam, Amit