Journey with The Gurus
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The Journey with the Gurus is open to everyone who would like to know more about the role, the service and sacrifice that the gurus provide on the spiritual path.
Mahavatar Babaji is known as the 'immortal Himalayan yogi'. He has taken on the task of supporting and uplifting humanity for thousands of years.
Sri Ramanujacharyais the founder of the Vaishnava Sri Sampradaya. He is also known as Yatiraja - King of the Yogis and has the purity to redeem all of humanity.
Paramahamsa Vishwananda is a God-realised Master who embodies the totality of God's Love and teaches everyone how to attain this supreme Divine Love.
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The Gurus explained
with Swami Revatikaantananda
In this video, Swami Vishwarevatikaantananda will profile the three gurus: Mahavatar Babaji, Sri Ramanujacharya and Paramahamsa Vishwananda. By diving deeper into the lives of these great Masters, you will be able to more fully understand why they have come to Earth. Their only aim is to free humanity by providing their selfless service to remind and uplift all of humanity.
Connecting to The Gurus through Painting Meditation
Have you ever thought of painting Guruji or Babaji? In this video, Dakshini will help you to connect to the gurus through the creative medium of painting. Paramahamsa Vishwananda has said that painting is a great meditation.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of devotional images of the gurus. The guided Painting Meditation helps you to feel the connection with the Divine.
Singing the Ramanuja Mangalam
In this video, Aaradhakananda will show you how to learn the auspicious Ramanuja Mangalam, which describes the glories of our Acharya, Ramanuja. This prayer is now sung daily in Bhakti Marga temples and ashrams all over the world.