Hang Gliding: An Experience in Transcendence

Inwardly I asked Yogananda whether I should try hang gliding and was surprised to feel his stamp of approval in my heart. I tried to visualize myself hang gliding high above the ground — and the fear returned. Nevertheless, I decided to try it.

Pilgrimage: A Journey in Surrender

I never wanted to go to India. But I felt my Guru, Paramhansa Yogananda, guiding me to go on the Ananda pilgrimage in October 2006.

Spiritual Healing: A Ten-Year Food Addiction

Spiritual healing worked for me when nothing else did. From my own experience, I know that strong willpower coupled with dynamic faith in the Guru can accomplish just about anything.

The Courage to Act

Living by intuition deepens our spiritual life tremendously, but to do so takes more courage than one might think.

The Quiet Saint — George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver, one of the best-known African-Americans of his era, was a brilliant scientist and educator, a major force for the upliftment of the black race, and an innovator in the field of agricultural biochemistry.

“Death is Joy!”

“Celebrate!” those were Bella’s last words to her husband and sister before she passed away.