Nayaswami Dhyana, Spiritual Director of Ananda India, shares helpful attitudes and actions for disciples.
Do you need a guru? In this service, Peter covers four stages that devotees go through in their understanding of the guru-disciple relationship: 1. The idea that they can get everything they need from books 2. The realization that they need teachers to help them understand deep truths 3. The acceptance of the idea that they need the guru, … Read More
As a young man, Swami Kriyananda wanted to create communities, and was desperate to find truth. That search brought him to a guru, but what is a guru? What does that mean? What is a disciple, really? Questions include: In another interview you spoke of creating communities. What lead you to the creation of these communities? You spoke a of … Read More
“Truth doesn’t take a long time to explain itself. Self-justification, on the other hand, always does.” —Nayaswami Asha, quoting Swami Kriyananda