I feel that the single greatest lack in world today is love for God. When people’s love for God grows tepid, nothing goes right for them.
Swami Kriyananda credits the deep insights expressed in his book to his guru, Paramhansa Yogananda.
In the last twenty-five years, scientific thought has come full circle in its understanding of the brain and its potential for change. We now understand that the brain and the central nervous system are among the most changeable organs in the body.
A Place Called Ananda by Swami Kriyananda is the complete account of the events that led to the creation of Ananda.
Devi Mukherjee’s inspiring account of the great men and women he met while trekking through the Himalayas puts you in touch with India’s timeless spiritual wealth—its saints and God-realized masters.
Abraham Lincoln is remembered primarily as the preserver of the Union and the president who freed the slaves. Far less is known about his deep spirituality and devotion to God.
Lila Devi’s compassionate glimpse into the animal kingdom is a reminder that pets can bring us many years of happiness. And that we, through our loving service, can return the favor.
For King, non-violence was an expression of love. And love—far from being a tepid sentiment—was an expression of the superior power of the soul.
“Nature was made not just for us, but for itself and its own happiness, and is the very smile of God.”