Ramakrishna Paramhamsa

Ramakrishna Paramhamsa

He was a great household saint of 19th century who practiced all faiths and revealed that each faith is a path to enlightenment. For more information about him and his life story, please refer to Ramkrishna Paramhamsa.

Hereunder are some of his sayings:

“I had to practise each religion for a time – Hinduism, Islām, Christianity. Furthermore, I followed the paths of the Śhāktas (worshiper of Shiva), Vaishnavas (Worshiper of Krishna), and Vedāntists (Believer in non-dualism). I realised that there is only one God toward whom all are travelling; but the paths are different”

Swami Satyananda Saraswati

In the 21st century whenever there will be a discussion on Tantra and Yoga as applied science, the name of Swami Satyananda Saraswati will be greatly relevant. A direct disciple of Swami Sivananda Saraswati of Rishikesh, he was an authority in all branches of Yoga. For more information about him and his life story, please refer to Swami Satyananda.

Hereunder are some of his sayings:

“Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow”.
“Whatever may seem to bind or limit you, declare yourself free from it now. There is nothing in the outer world, no person, no condition and no circumstance that can take away the freedom which is yours in spirit. Instead of wishing that you were free to live your life differently accept the truth that right now you are free, free to change your thinking, free to change your outlook on life, free to be all that you long to be. Make this a day of freedom, spiritual freedom. Declare yourself free from anxiety and fear, free from any belief in luck or limitation”.
Swami Satyananda Saraswati
Swami Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda

One can’t remain without feeling electric shock into the veins when the words of this mighty genius are read and heard. He was the chief among all the disciples of Ramakrishna Paramhamsa. He is also the first monk from India to sail to the USA in 1893 and established the glory of human life which universalised Yoga and spirituality. For more information about him and his life please refer to Swami Vivekananda.

Hereunder are some of his sayings:

“We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far”.
“Each soul is potentially divine. The goal is to manifest this divinity by controlling nature, external and internal. Do this either by work, or worship, or psychic control, or philosophy – by one, or more, or all of these – and be free. This is the whole of religion. Doctrines, or dogmas, or rituals, or books, or temples, or forms, are but secondary details”.
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