Nancy Mair, co-author of Simply Vegetarian, has written a cookbook for people who regularly cook just for one or two people.
It would be idle for me to say that I am not the guide for those who come to Yogananda through me and Ananda.
How foolish the worldly man, to identify his immortal soul with something that, at death, becomes mere clay, barren of any vestige of beauty.
My experience is that faith is the most practical thing of all because it works. If you really have faith, somehow things work in incredible ways.
Be a lion of self-control and live from your own center. If you do what’s right in your eyes, and in the eyes of God within, you can never go wrong.
This story illustrates that a person, although meek and spiritual, should not be spineless or without common sense and allow himself to be made into a doormat.
Many saints have experienced God as a great light. When we meditate and see the light at the point between the eyebrows, we are seeing Him as light.
Intuition is always based in a deep sense of calmness and detachment. When you’re trying to tune in to the superconscious mind, ask yourself if the guidance you’ve received makes you feel excited or restless.
Let our thoughts be fragrant and beautiful, not rank and ugly, that the memory we leave behind us be felt as a blessing on the earth.
In today’s world where people are adrift in a sea without direction or spiritual values, God wants to use Ananda to show others a positive way to guide their lives.