Lyrics (by Swami Kriyananda) Thy will, Thy will, thy will be done! All that I am is Thine, all that I am. Nothing of man endures, wonder or scorn. Birth, life and death are one: veils of Thy love. Thy will, Thy will, Thy will alone! All that I’ve done is Thine, all that I’ve done! Introduction (Written by the … Read More
‘DIVINE LOVE SORROWS’ is the second single from Ramesha’s new album ‘THE INNER TEMPLE’. The melody of this song was written by the Austrian-American violinist Fritz Kreisler. Yogananda loved the melody so much that he felt inspired to add words to it. The lyrics describe our soul’s long journey, through many incarnations, to return to our home in God. Lyrics … Read More
‘I Will Always Think of Thee’ is a devotional song by Swami Kriyananda that shows how to practice the presence of God throughout our daily lives. It’s the first single from Ramesha’s new album ‘THE INNER TEMPLE‘. LYRICS: Every morning when I greet the sun, When I move forth through crowded ways, In my heart, Lord, ever so silently, I … Read More
Chanting by devotees from Ananda Delhi. Pour your devotion and love to the feet of great gurus.
Chanting by devotees from Ananda Delhi.
Chanting by devotees from Ananda Delhi. Chant by Swami Kriyananda
Chanting by devotees from Ananda Delhi. Chant by Paramhansa Yogananda
Recorded April 15th 2022 at the Temple of Light at Ananda Village Composed after Swami Kriyananda visited the Holy Land in 1983, “Christ Lives” brilliantly captures the profoundly inspiring and uplifting experience of Christ’s presence there. An illustrated oratorio, Christ Lives is a contemporary Oratorio that vividly brings to life the deep meaning of Christ’s life. This is Swami Kriyananda’s … Read More
Lyrics (Swami Kriyananda) (Oh, keep a level head, boys, And preach the lighter news. Don’t disappoint the gentle folk: Our church needs better pews!) Jim Brown was hired to clean the church; All week he kept it fair. That Sunday with his family He came to worship there, That Sunday with his family He came to worship there. “Oh, no, … Read More