Over 500 videos on meditation and spirituality.
Meditation exercises, spiritual music and art, and the multifarious activities of spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy and his students.
Pulak – joining the path »
Sri Chinmoy on the significance of his weightlifting »
Sri Chinmoy speaks on Peace »
Lunthitha – early impressions of Sri Chinmoy’s philosophy »
Benefits of meditation »
Sri Chinmoy’s concert after weightlifting ceremony »
Kailash on the guidance of Sri Chinmoy »
November 28, 2016
Pulak Viscardi talks about his journey to becoming a disciple of Sri Chinmoy in the early 1970s. Pulak explains how a passage from Sri Chinmoy’s writings ‘My Mind’ from Songs of the Soul – deeply resonated with him. From this first introduction to Sri Chinmoy’s writings, he attended meditation classes before meeting Sri Chinmoy in person. Read more »
November 25, 2016
During his lifetime, Sri Chinmoy achieve many unique weightlifting feats. In this 2004 interview, Sri Chinmoy explains how his weightlifting serves the world by giving people joy – “we are here on earth to give joy to each other”. Read more »
November 2, 2016
In June 1989, Sri Chinmoy gave a short talk on the importance and universal longing for peace. This short talk on peace was given during a section of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run which was then visiting UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Read more »
November 1, 2016
In this video Lunthitha reflects on Sri Chinmoy’s philosophy and the attraction of following his spiritual path. Lunthitha talks about the inherent simplicity of Sri Chinmoy’s teachings and the feeling of how meditation made these philosophical ideas feel real and relevant to everyday life. Read more »
October 28, 2016
In this video, Jogyata Dallas talks about the benefits of meditation. These include the practical aspect of stress relief and peace of mind, but also how meditation can become an illumining journey of self-discovery to help find more about the real purpose of the soul and a deeper meaning to life. Read more »
October 28, 2016
This video includes highlights from a concert of meditative music on 27 November 1998. The concert includes some of Sri Chinmoy’s favourite instruments, such as the flute, esraj and cello; plus some moving and soulful singing performances. Read more »
October 28, 2016
Kailash has been a student of Sri Chinmoy since the early 1970s. In this video he explains why he became a student of Sri Chinmoy and how his relationship with Sri Chinmoy developed and evolved over the years. Kailash also explains how Sri Chinmoy would outwardly and inwardly guide his students. Read more »
About Sri Chinmoy
A spiritual teacher, poet, artist musician and athlete.
Videos on how to meditate, meditation exercises, and footage of Sri Chinmoy in meditation. Watch more videos »
Meditations with Sri Chinmoy: part 3 »
Sri Chinmoy in silent meditation »
Mediterranean Meditation: Sri Chinmoy in Malta, 1991 »
Opening meditation at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, 1993 »
Meditation Inspirations »
Sri Chinmoy meditates at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, 2004 »
May 23, 2005
In these 1995 clips of Sri Chinmoy meditating, you can see his eyes flicker back and forth quite rapidly. As Sri Chinmoy explains in answering the question below, this flickering is a result of his soul moving between different high planes of conscousness. Read more »
October 26, 2015
Video of Sri Chinmoy in silent meditation, recorded in April 1992. Read more »
May 23, 2006
This meditation and music video was recorded in Malta in 1991 when Sri Chinmoy visited the Mediterranean island during his Christmas vacation. He plays his compositions on an echo flute and improvises on an electronic flute.
May 23, 2008
Sri Chinmoy was officially invited to hold the opening meditation at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago on August 28, 1993. This event was held to mark the centenary of the original World Parliament of Religions in Chicago in 1893.
May 11, 2013
A short compilation of footage showing Sri Chinmoy in meditation. These video clips are a rare opportunity to see a Spiritual Master in meditation, a profound consciousness which will inspire your own meditation. Read more »
May 23, 2005
Sri Chinmoy was officially invited to hold the opening meditation at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Barcelona on July 7th, 2004. After being introduced, he gave a silent meditation and continued by playing on his favorite instrument, the Indian esraj. About 5,000 people were present in and around the auditorium for his beautiful performance. Read more »
Experiences of spirituality
Sri Chinmoy’s students talk about how they discovered meditation, spirituality and the inner life.
Sport and self-transcendence.
Sri Chinmoy felt that sport and spirituality naturally went together; he was an avid runner and weightlifter, and his students also aim to better themselves through sports, as well as organising sporting events for the general public. View more sports videos »
New world record set in 3100 Mile Race »
Suprabha – 3100 Mile Race stories »
Self Transcendence 24 hour Race in Ottawa »
Course record set in 12 Hour Walk »
Ashrita Furman’s World Records »
The final day of the world’s longest race »
July 25, 2015
On 24 July 2015, Ashprihanal Aalto set a new record for the world’s longest race, the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile race. The flying Finn completed the epic journey in under 41 days, almost a day faster than the previous record set in 2006. In doing so, he averaged over 76 miles (123.5 km) a day. Read more »
March 20, 2016
Suprabha Beckjord completed the 3100 Mile Self Transcendence race a record 13 consecutive years – between 1997 and 2009. In this short interview, Suprabha shares some stories of how she got into running and how Sri Chinmoy encouraged her to enter the 3100 Mile Race. Read more »
October 23, 2015
The Self Transcendence 24 hour race in Ottawa is the longest running 24 hour race in the world, taking place since 1983. The race is also unique in that it is held entirely indoors, around a 400m track. Utpal Marshall interviews some of the participants to find out what makes them do this kind of race.
May 22, 2015
Every year, Sri Chinmoy’s students hold a 12 hour walking race on April 12th, the eve of the anniversary of Sri Chinmoy’s arrival in America. This year over 150 people participated, and the race yielded a new competition record, set by Abhinabha Tangerman from Amsterdam. Read more »
May 23, 2005
This photographic tribute celebrates Ashrita Furman’s incredible Guinness World Record achievements – including the fastest mile on a space hopper, balancing a pool cue on one finger, jumping rope with a pogo stick, standing on a Swiss ball, and balancing a milk bottle on his head. Read more »
August 10, 2015
On the last day of this year’s Self Transcendence 3100 Mile Race, first-time runner and soon-to-be finisher Nirbhasa Magee shares his thoughts on the significance of the race. Nirbhasa finished the race in a time of 51 days and 12 hours, becoming the first Irishman to do so. This year’s race was especially notable in that it saw the establishment of new men’s and women’s world records. Read more »
Sri Chinmoy’s Jharna Kala Art
Sri Chinmoy painted over 140,000 works of mystical abstract art, as well as drawing over 16 million birds.
From 1984 to 2007, Sri Chinmoy gave around 800 Peace Concerts in venues all over the world, including London’s Royal Albert Hall, New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Eiffel Tower and the Sydney Opera House. More Peace Concert videos »
Sri Chinmoy’s Oxford Organ Performance »
Veena Performance in the Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima »
‘Ami Jabo’ – an acapella performance by Sri Chinmoy »
Cello Performance in Budapest »
May 23, 2005
On June 26, 1989 Sri Chinmoy gave a special organ performance during a concert tour of Europe. I was fortunate to witness Sri Chinmoy climbing the stairs of Christ Church Cathedral and start his powerful improvisations on the pipe organ. You can now experience it for yourself in full length. Read more »
August 23, 2006
During his visit to Japan in July 2006 Sri Chinmoy visited Hiroshima, where he gave a concert in the Peace Memorial Park. Watch this opening performance on a Veena specially hand-crafted
for the Maestro. Read more »
August 15, 2015
Among the thousands of Bengali compositions of Sri Chinmoy, the song “Ami Jabo” was one that he sung frequently during concert performances, such as this powerful acapella performance during a Peace Concert in Turin, Italy, in 2005.
Contributed from all over the world by members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre, which was set up by Sri Chinmoy to facilitate the personal development of his students and to serve the community through free meditation classes, concerts and other cultural and athletic events.
1st Sri Chinmoy Marathon August 2002
These re the highlights of the 1st Annual Sri Chinmoy Marathon in August 2002 (previously called the Self-Transcendence Marathon) which is run around Rockland Lake in Congers, New York – less than 30 minutes from New York City, sponsored by the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team in conjunction with the New York State Parks System. Filmed […]Read more »
Growing up on a spiritual path – Ankurika and Piloo
Ankurika Hammerl and Piloo Iljazovic talk about growing up on a spiritual path and how that influenced their outlook on life. They also reflect on the opportunities and choices that a spiritual path can give.Read more »
Kailash on self-transcendence
In this video, Kailash talks about what he understands by the concept of self-transcendence; he explains how self-transcendence is the process of going deeper in meditation and understanding more about our real nature. Kailash also explains how sport can help us to practise a form of self-transcendence that can be then used in other areas […]Read more »