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In this world, Mother, none can love me;
In this world they do not love divine.
Where is there pure loving love?
Where is there truly loving Thee?
There my heart longs to be.
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Paramahansa Yogananda's Guru was Swami Sri Yukteshwar Giri, who in the book is considered as Jyanavtar (incarnation of wisdom).
The three lessons that Mukunda first received from his Guru were as follows:
In 1920, Paramahansa Yogananda was invited to an International Congress of Religious Liberals in America, which was to be convened in Boston, under the auspices of the American Unitarian Association.
By the end of 1925, he established an American headquarters on the Mount Washingt...
The Sanskrit root of Kriya is kri, to do, to act, and react. Kriya Yoga is thus a "union (yoga) with the Infinite through a certain action or rite."
On a sunny Thursday, in July of 1914, Mukunda was initiated to be a monk of the Swami order (renunciant) by his guru, Swami Sri Yukteswar, in Serampore, India.
At that time, Mukunda chose his new name, Yogananda for himself.
The name liter...
Paramahansa Yogananda was born Mukunda Lal Ghosh in the last decade of the 19th century in Gorakhpur, India.
His parents were disciples of Lahiri Mahasaya, who was also the Guru of Yogananda's Guru, Sri Yukteshwar.
In America, Paramahansa Yogananda became best friends with Luther Burbank, whom he calls in the book A saint amidst roses.
In 1935, Paramahansa Yogananda sailed for India from New York.
On the trip, his crew made a special pilgrimage to Bavaria to...
Paramahansa Yogananda, in 1917, founded a school in Dihika for young boys, where the children were taught yoga along with their curriculum.
In 1918, this school was transferred to Ranchi, which, to date, holds the headquarters of the Yogoda Satsang S...
The Autobiography of a Yogi was written by Paramahansa Yogananda to spread the awareness of spiritual wisdom to attain God, especially in the West.
Paramahansa Yogananda was born in a Bengali family, in Gorakhpur, India. By his masters, he was given the ...
"He who knows himself as the omnipresent Spirit is subject no longer to the rigidities of a body in time and space"
"When a saint is clear to you, you will be one."
This book highlights the miracles of Kriya Yoga.
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