Swami Kriyananda shares esoteric teachings of Christianity that Paramhansa Yogananda brought to the West.
Much of modern Christianity is outward, with an emphasis on religious organizations and their priorities — but the original Christianity, according to Paramhansa Yogananda, had as a priority inner communion with God.
Paramhansa Yogananda often spoke about Christianity vs. "Churchianity" — would you like to talk about the difference?
In the early days of Christianity becoming a religion, there were small communities. Did Jesus recommended that way of life?
Does bringing a group of people together for a spiritual purpose automatically begin to calcify the group?
Can you explain the teaching of Christ, "Where two or three are gathered in my name, there I am in the midst of them"?
How do we become more attuned to Christ's consciousness?
What is God's "name"?
The Holy Spirit is often referred to as "the Comforter" — why is that?