Sri Chinmoy TV was launched in 2005, to present the rare opportunity to watch a living spiritual Master in his day to day multifarious activities. During his lifetime, thousands of hours of archival footage was created by his students showing Sri Chinmoy in meditation, in concert, in the act of creating a work of art or music, or many of the other activities he immersed himself into in keeping with his philosophy that spirituality was not a means of escape from the world, but a means of accepting it, loving it and changing it for the better.
Sri Chinmoy TV also offers videos about the activities of the Sri Chinmoy Centre, which was founded by Sri Chinmoy as a means whereby his students could meet together for meditation and other spiritual activies, but also to be of service to the general public in their own quest for happiness. To this end, Sri Chinmoy Centres around the world offer free meditation classes, concerts, and other cultural and athletic events.
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Sri Chinmoy’s path is based upon meditation, the silent communion between man and God. Meditation cannot be taught outwardly; it is something that must be discovered from within. In Sri Chinmoy’s presence, we may be inspired to dive deep inside ourselves and discover boundless peace, light and bliss. View meditation videos »
Sri Chinmoy believes that music is next to meditation. He gave almost 800 concerts in which he performed his own soul-stirring compositions on a vast array of instruments including esraj, sitar, flute, cello, violin, harmonium, piano and pipe organ. During his concerts, his songs in Bengali and English.
Hearing Sri Chinmoy recite his mantric poems and aphorisms gives us a unique insight into the depth and authenticity of his personal inner experiences and realisations.
Sri Chinmoy created a huge body of artworks with more than 200,000 acrylic paintings which he termed Jharna-Kala (or ‘foutnain-art’ in his native Bengali, signifying art flowing from an inner source) and about 15 million drawings of birds that to him represented the infinite freedom of the human soul. We can witness his creativity and see for example the paintings that express divine qualities such as oneness or compassion. View Sri Chinmoy’s art…
Athlete and Weightlifter
A champion decathlete and sprinter in his youth, he advocated physical fitness and good health throughout his lifetime and maintained that spirituality and athletics can go hand in hand. As he grew older, he used the discipline of weightlifting to encourage older people – hi motto was “age is in the mind and not in the heart.”
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