Interviews With Students Of Sri Chinmoy

Interviews with students of Sri Chinmoy and members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre  from around the world.  See also category, Sri Chinmoy Centre

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  • How running and meditation go together

    How running and meditation go together

    Vasudha from San Diego talks about the benefits of running and meditation and how they can complement each other. Vasudha explains how running has played an important role in her own spiritual life and how Sri Chinmoy encouraged his students to pursue running and the goal of self-transcendence.

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  • Coming to the path – Vasudha

    Coming to the path – Vasudha

    In this video, Vasudha from San Diego talks about how she came to follow Sri Chinmoy’s path. Vasudha explains how she began a practice of meditation and what she liked about following a spiritual path.

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  • On Sri Chinmoy’s path – Ursula

    On Sri Chinmoy’s path – Ursula

    Ursula is a meditation student of Sri Chinmoy from Austria; she works as a music teacher and explains the role of music on the spiritual path. She also talks about the heart-based meditation of Sri Chinmoy’s path.

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  • Working on projects

    Working on projects

    Daulot Fountain talks about the experience of working on projects for Sri Chinmoy. Daulot talks about the intensity and focus Sri Chinmoy gave projects and how this encouraged his disciples to put all their focus and energy into finishing the task at hand.

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  • What is a good meditation?

    What is a good meditation?

    Nripatri talks about the value of meditation and what constitutes a ‘good’ meditation. Nripatri also expresses the essence of Sri Chinmoy’s philosophy and the experience of meditating with Sri Chinmoy in person.

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  • Banshidhar – Grace and meditation

    Banshidhar – Grace and meditation

    Banshidhar talks about the essence of meditation on Sri Chinmoy’s Path. In his own experience, Banshidhar felt the inner teaching of his Master was to develop his capacity for love. Meditation was not so much a particular technique but the power of Grace.

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