When I was new at Mt. Washington I was talked into following the “grape cure.” When my Guru, Paramhansa Yogananda, found out about it, he remarked scoldingly that a pure heart is more important than a pure body.
The only worthwhile accomplishments are not those we achieve outwardly, but the victories we win over ourselves.
Each of us has the ability to develop the spiritual power to remain unaffected by the turmoil we find in the world today. Yogananda said that those who follow this path will be protected during difficult times to come.
One of the things that touched me so much was to see the real dynamic, joyous determination to build again.
Dwapara Yuga is challenging the old thought forms of Kali Yuga. Our challenge, if we want to be happy, is to align ourselves with what God now wants for the planet.
I am grateful for my life exactly as it is.
What do you really want from the Energization Exercises? Energy? Vitality? These things by themselves, aren’t really all that satisfying. What we truly want is: energy, vitality, calmness and a sense of inner contact with God.
The age of the child makes a big difference. Children from 6 to 12 are wide open and very vulnerable emotionally, so at our school we shield them as much as possible from the storms and extremes of life.
Meditation Therapy™ offers a bold new approach to the healing process. Only when we change our energy patterns at the deepest levels of consciousness can there be lasting outward results.
God is Eternal Silence. To those who love Him purely He speaks through the voice of silent intuition.