Over 700 videos on meditation and spirituality.
Meditation exercises, spiritual music and art, and the multifarious activities of spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy and his students.
Sri Chinmoy on Sahaja Samadhi and Hinduism »
Cycling champion »
Things I have learnt from the spiritual life – Sanjay »
170 instruments in one concert »
Sri Chinmoy answers: do you have a vision of what the world could be like? »
How one person’s aspiration can offer positive energy to the world »
Sri Chinmoy on the significance of the Peace Run »
December 14, 2017
Sri Chinmoy offers a fascinating series of talks on different aspects of spirituality. This includes a range of topics from the virtues of patience in the spiritual life, to the rarefied consciousness of Sahaja Samadhi. The talk was recorded in Bali in 2004, and includes a soulful commentary on the Hindu religion. Read more »
December 13, 2017
Tejvan Pettinger talks about his long journey to become a national cycling champion. (UK National hill climb championship 2013) He describes several near misses and how, over time, he adjusted his training and attitude to the race. Tejvan also remembers how Sri Chinmoy referred to him as a ‘cycling champion’ – several years before it came to pass. Read more »
December 1, 2017
Sanjay Rawal talks about some of the important things he has learnt from following Sri Chinmoy’s spiritual path. In particular, Sanjay explains how the spiritual life and meditation has given a very real sense of love – a love that comes from within and not reliant on outer circumstances. Read more »
November 28, 2017
On 11 September, 20005, Sri Chinmoy offered a groundbreaking 170-instrument concert in the Swiss Alps, in Interlaken. His focus was not musical perfection but maintaining a high meditative consciousness during a day-long performance. This video brings you most of the played instruments and some comments of visitors at the end. Read more »
November 25, 2017
During an interview about the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run, Sri Chinmoy talks about the eternal dream of a world inundated with love, harmony and oneness. Despite wrong forces operating in the world, Sri Chinmoy suggests we need to keep aspiring with our own fragile efforts to help transform the world.
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November 24, 2017
Mahiyan talks about some of the important aspects of Sri Chinmoy’s path; in particular how an individuals meditation and cultivation of inner peace can help offer positive energy to the world. Mahiyan also explains what he understands by Sri Chinmoy’s philosophy of self-transcendence. Read more »
November 15, 2017
During an interview about the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run, Sri Chinmoy explains the goals and inspiration behind the Peace Run; he explains how he was inspired to serve humanity in helping to achieve world peace through this and other endeavours.
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About Sri Chinmoy
A spiritual teacher, poet, artist musician and athlete.
Sri Chinmoy on sports: running, cycling and swimming
Sri Chinmoy talks about the inner meaning of the three triathlon disciplines.Read more »
Videos on how to meditate, meditation exercises, and footage of Sri Chinmoy in meditation. Watch more videos »
A compilation of Sri Chinmoy’s meditations »
Sri Chinmoy in silent meditation »
Savikalpa and Nirvikalpa Samadhi »
Opening meditation at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, 1993 »
Meditation at the Sri Ramakrishna Temple »
Meditations with Sri Chinmoy: part 3 »
May 11, 2013
Sri Chinmoy taught meditation through silence. By meditating with him, one became aware of the vastness, purity and depth of consciousness that one could find inside one’s own being. Sri Chinmoy may no longer be with us in person, but fortunately we have a wealth of footage of the Master in meditation, in which the same powerful effect can be felt by the viewer.
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October 26, 2015
Video of Sri Chinmoy in silent meditation, recorded in April 1992. Read more »
February 21, 2016
During a meditation in August 1993, Sri Chinmoy explained and demonstrated the high meditation states of Savikalpa and Nirvikalpa Samadhi at Aspiration-Ground, the meditation garden in Queens, New York where Sri Chinmoy often meditated with his students. Read more »
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 23, 2005
When Sri Chinmoy visited South Africa in 1996 he also visited a ceremony in a Ramakrishna Temple and had a most powerful meditation there. This clip shows you the meditation in its full length.
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 »
Experiences of spirituality
Sri Chinmoy’s students talk about how they discovered meditation, spirituality and the inner life.
Maintaining your aspiration during difficult times
Banshidhar Medeiros has been a disciple of Sri Chinmoy for nearly 40 years. In this video, he talks about the challenges of maintaining your aspiration and spiritual life through ‘dry periods of meditation.’ Speaking from personal experience, Banshidhar suggests the most important thing is to keep going through the transient difficulty and bear in mind […]Read more »
A childhood meeting with Sri Chinmoy
Devashishu Torpy has been a disciple of Sri Chinmoy for over 35 years. In this video he remembers an occasion where, by coincidence, he met Sri Chinmoy in Central London. Devashishu recalls how meeting Sri Chinmoy in the street gave him his first powerful experience of meditation.Read more »
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 »
6 and 10 day Self-Transcendence Race »
Suprabha – 3100 Mile Race stories »
Sri Chinmoy’s Weightlifting Celebration 1998 »
Interview with NZ ultrarunner Vajin Armstrong »
An elephant lift in Connecticut »
New world record set in 3100 Mile Race »
May 28, 2012
This race has been put on by the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team since 1997, and is now one of the premier races on the American ultrarunning calendar. For those who have never experienced a multiday race before, this presentation aims to give a look inside the world of a multi day runner, and a glimpse of how this arduous challenge can be a beautiful experience for the soul.
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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 »
May 23, 2005
This video shows highlights from Sri Chinmoy’s weightlifting exhibition in 1998, in New York. During the evening, Sri Chinmoy displayed many notably feats of weightlifting, such as lifting a groups of people on different platforms, 145 pounds overhead in each arm simultaneously, weights on his stomach, and much more. Read more »
May 15, 2012
In the past year, Vajin Armstrong has blossomed into one of New Zealand’s top long distance runners, winning the prestigious Kepler Challenge in 2011 and the American River 50 mile race in 2012. The video features Vajin talking about his spiritual inspiration, his training and his love of nature, along with some beautiful footage of him running through some of New Zealand’s breathtaking scenery. Read more »
June 26, 2013
In this video clip, we see TV footage from 1986 of Sri Chinmoy lifting an elephant. Sri Chinmoy is also interviewed by a TV presenter, and he explains his motivation for doing this kind of lift. Read more »
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 »
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 »
Cello Performance in Budapest »
Piano Performance in Budokan Hall, Tokyo »
Sri Chinmoy’s concert after weightlifting ceremony »
Sri Chinmoy in concert: Prague 2004 »
May 23, 2005
In 1999 Sri Chinmoy visited Europe for an extensive Peace Concert tour through France, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. He gave a concert in Budapest in March, including this performance on the cello – one of his favorite instruments. Read more »
September 27, 2012
In 1992 Sri Chinmoy performed in the prestigious Budokan Hall in Tokyo and gave one of his largest Peace Concerts. This piano performance, surrounded with laser beams, was the final act. Enjoy this special improvisation. 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 »
December 7, 2016
In this video Sri Chinmoy performs one of his memorable Peace Concerts in front of a large audience in Prague. Sri Chinmoy begins with a short silent meditation and then proceeds to play on several instruments, such as the esraj and flute before a rousing finale on the grand piano and then the closing meditation. Read more »
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.
Things I have learnt from Sri Chinmoy’s path – Tejvan
Tejvan Pettinger, from Oxford, UK talks about some of the aspects of the spiritual life he has learnt from being a student of Sri Chinmoy in the past 18 years. Tejvan talks about the role of meditating on the heart, the role of selfless service and the integral nature of the spiritual life.Read more »
Sri Chinmoy’s guidance, before and after his passing
Mahiyan talks about the importance and significance of having Sri Chinmoy as his spiritual Master during his time on earth. Mahiyan explains how he felt confidence in the direct guidance of Sri Chinmoy and since 2007, how he seeks the inner guidance through his meditation.Read more »
Sri Chinmoy on the existence of the divine inside the infinite and the finite
During an informal conversation with his students, Sri Chinmoy comments on the existence of the divine inside the infinite and the finite as well, including a relationship with his soul-birds artwork and how they are able to manifest infinity.Read more »