Yogananda made an important statement in Autobiography of a Yogi. He said: “Thoughts are universally, not individually rooted.” One implication of this statement is that when our minds are on a certain level, we will attract certain kinds of thoughts. If those thoughts are painful (such as hatred), the best thing we can do is learn to raise our energy level.


How Does One Spiritually Encounter the Holocaust?

Nayaswami Diksha

Question from Jennifer: I am the descendant of victims of the German holocaust. Most of my family perished including little children. How could God allow these things to happen? And what i see on the internet is a continuation of that racial hatred against the Jewish race i was born into. How does one spiritually encounter that hatred? I feel if i ignore…