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Growing up on Sri Chinmoy's path
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.
Becoming a disciple of Sri Chinmoy
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.
Life in a spiritual workplace
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.
From religion to spirituality
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, an academic seminar was held at Chittagong University on 'Sri Chinmoy and Bangladesh Philosophy.'
The historical "Seminar on Sri Chinmoy and Bangladesh Philosophy" was organised by the academic community of Bangladesh, and took place 19 February 2017, in Chittagong, Bangladesh. In the first of its kind, the one-day symposium, which was spearheaded by Chittagong University, brought together academics within and outside of Bangladesh. One goal of the symposium was to raise awareness in the Bangladeshi academic community about the philosophy, wisdom, and wealth of writings of philosopher, author, composer, and poet, Sri Chinmoy.
Bali Leaders Share their Oneness-Heart at Songs of Soul Concert
Recently, members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre performed a Songs of the Soul Concert in Denpasar, Bali; the event began with an interfaith prayer for peace.
“AUM Shanti Shanti Shanti AUM” – the atmosphere at Taman Budaya Art Center in Denpasar, Bali, was electric with spiritual energy on 5 February 2017, as over a dozen kings and representatives from the island’s royal families joined in chanting the traditional Balinese Hindu mantra, along with many religious and inter-faith leaders and over fifty visiting performers from the Songs of the Soul concert.
In his writings and talks, Sri Chinmoy offered many different meditation techniques - from simple tips to still the mind - to the use of mantra, music and visualisation.
An example exercise to transcend the mind and invoke the soul
"In order to purify your mind, the best thing to do is to feel every day for a few minutes during your meditation that you have no mind. Say to yourself, "I have no mind, I have no mind. What I have is the heart." Then after some time feel, "I don't have a heart. What I have is the soul." When you say, "I have the soul," at that time you will be flooded with purity."
In recent weeks, members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre from around the world visited Greece to take part in concerts, the Peace Run and meditations for the New Year.
On Boxing day 26th, the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run was warmly welcomed by the mayor and people of Kalamata during a one off run to mark the Christmas / New Year. The run was joined by local school children and the mayor of Kalamata. (See: Peace Run)
Impossibility Challenger is an event organised by members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre, where individuals are given the opportunity to test themselves in seeking to transcend their own limitations. During the event, individuals or groups of people can choose any number of challenges which inspires them to seek their own self-transcendence. This can be either to set a new personal best or try to set a new world record.
This year event was held in Berlin, Germany. During the weekend there was a varied collection of events - ranging from attempts to run the fastest 100 metres whilst wearing flippers - to reciting an entire poetry book.