In 2014, Jayasalini Abramovskikh became the first female Russian finisher of the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race.
Here, she talks about the challenges of taking the time off to do the race, as well her goals after the race: "For me the answer is to have that deep inner connection with my soul, with my inner being, at every moment of my life, as strong I had during the race."
Pranlobha explains some of the aspects of her daily life as Sri Chinmoy's students, including meditation, work, and her athletic and creative activities.
Ashrita Furman is the only person to have ever held over 100 Guinness records simultaneously. This interview is from a trip to Budapest, Hungary, where he broke several world records - in this interview from a childrens programme he talked about meditation, inner strength and his favourite records.
Shortly after starting her PhD, Toshala was asked by Sri Chinmoy to start a cafe, to create a spiritual atmosphere for the public.
Kailash, a student of Sri Chinmoy since the early 1970s, explains why he became a student of Sri Chinmoy and how his relationship with Sri Chinmoy evolved over the years. Kailash also explains how Sri Chinmoy would outwardly and inwardly guide his students.
Aruna's parents became Sri Chinmoy's students when she was just an infant; here she talks about her experience of growing up on Sri Chinmoy’s path.
Tilvila Hurwit and Lunthita Duthely are good friends, and both students of Sri Chinmoy in Florida. In this video, Tilvila tells Lunthita about her spiritual awakening and how she became drawn to Sri Chinmoy’s path of meditation.
Pranlobha works as a cook in a vegetarian restaurant in Seattle, run by students of Sri Chinmoy. In this short video, Pranlobha talks about the benefits and challenges of working in a spiritual workplace, focused on the teachings of Sri Chinmoy.
In this video, Muslim Badami talks about his spiritual journey from following a religious path of prayer to discovering Sri Chinmoy’s path of meditation. Muslim also talks about the importance of his inner connection with his meditation teacher, and how he felt inwardly guided on his spiritual journey.
Recently, the music group Oneness-Dream offered 31 acapella singing performances of Sri Chinmoy's music at spiritual locations throughout Tuscany, Italy.