The Impact of a Yogi on My Life
(Originally published 4 September 1968) Sri Chinmoy and AgniWhen I met Sri Chinmoy Kumar Ghose, I was vanquished, defeated, done for, dead, or so I thought. For the ordinary common occupations of human life I was pretty much alive and kicking. I...
Vilas Silverton on his artistic inspirationOxford, GB
Vilas Silverton from Bristol Sri Chinmoy Centre talks about his art and spiritual life. I have been inspired in my early years by a huge number of artists, as from most people’s work, there will be something that can be learned and taken as a...
Books by Members of Sri Chinmoy CentreOxford, GB
A selection of books written by members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre. On Sri Chinmoy's Sunlit Path Author: 98 members of Sri Chinmoy Centre
Inspiration Letters 21
Thoughtful, soulful, and humourous essays on travel, friendship, nature and more!
Inspiration Letters 20Auckland, NZ
Inspiration Letters 19
Time Issue: Lately I’ve been visiting some friends in Florida. The beaches here are white, and I don’t know the names of most of the birds.
A Universal Heart of SympathyDublin, IE
This is a play about the great Indian spiritual figure, Swami Vivekananda who lived in the latter part of the 19th century. His visit to the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago in 1893 is considered a landmark event in the arrival of Eastern...
Sri Chinmoy in IrelandDublin, IE
Sri Chinmoy visited Ireland three times in the early seventies, meeting with Presidents Eamon de Valera and Erskine Childers and giving lectures for the general public in Trinity College.
"We will always be found in the newness-vortex of activities multifarious" Sri Chinmoy When I first started to explore the world of meditation, I did not suspect for a moment that I would find myself plunging into myriad activities such as...
Vilas Silverton is a ceramic artist currently living in Bristol. He explains how practicing meditation in the Sri Chinmoy Centre has re-awakened his love of art and influenced his work. Like many children, I loved drawing and being creative,...
Sushumna first established the London Centre in 1971, and has continuosly inspired many people through meditation classes, magazine articles and other ways. The following is an extract from her book "Things My Guru Taught Me".