Swami Kriyananda, one of the last living direct disciples of Paramhansa Yogananda, left us with a parting gift, the gift of his last word: Anything. This is an example of the attitude of life which Swami Kriyananda lived by, and which he set as an example for all of us as truthseekers on the path. […]Read More Anything
We are made of energy. Becoming aware of our energy; learning to direct it at will; and understanding the laws that attract a greater flow of energy, are all essential parts of living a happier life. Spiritual teacher Swami Kriyananda said, “There is no limit to the energy that we can draw from the Universe for […]Read More Energy Awareness and Will Power
What is spirituality? Spirituality can be described as man’s endeavor to attain his highest potential. Spirituality can also be described, as the name implies, as the Soul’s personal connection with Spirit; Spirit being the ocean of consciousness, and Soul being one of the many waves that rise from It’s surface. There are as many ways […]Read More The Need for Spirituality
A great teacher once said, that “spirituality is anything that uplifts us.” Swami Kriyananda said, “Spirituality is a free-flowing thing.” If we take these statements into our hearts, then we may for the first time see spirituality as whatever it is in life that makes us a better person, makes us live in more joy […]Read More What is Spirituality?
There seems to be no other purpose greater in life than the pursuit for happiness, for true fulfillment and joy. What a world it would be if we were all able to finally be happy in ourselves, and to share how to find this happiness with others. We all agree that it is a wonderful […]Read More The Finding Happiness Movie: Simple Living and High-Minded Thinking
A discussion about spiritual relationships is needed in today’s world. An ideal to look up to, to aspire to, to evoke the positive change in our lives to make us all happier and kinder to each other. Whether in the home, at work, or beyond. So that we can extend that respect, kindness and joy outward to […]Read More Spiritualizing Relationships: Learning to Accept and to Love