Bodhinatha and Palaniswami are here at the airport on their way to Singapore, Malaysia and India. The main focus of the journey is to accept an invitation from His Divine Grace ‘Dharmaratna’ Swami Shri Gopal Sharan Devacharya Ji Maharaj for special events at his new center in New Delhi.
Swami was named Hindu of the year, for 2009 for his amazing worldwide work in spreading the tenets of Sanatana Dharma. see his web site:
He the current lineage holder of Shri Golok Dham Ashram, of the Nimbarka Sampradaya Shri Golok Dham Ashram is the name for the Monastery and Mandir complex he founded Vrindavana and recently at the new headquarters at Brijwasan, New Delhi.
During this journey they will also be on television shows and Bodhinatha has had a public appearance arranged for him in New Delhi. They will also be visiting the Pundit Ravi Shankar’s (The Art of Living) gurukulam in Bangalore, and holding programs for our sishya in Malaysia and Singapore.
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Jai Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami and PalaniswamiJi. May your journey be successful in every way. All your devotees need you so much and we are so blessed that you can go to those who cannot come to you. We are grateful that you will be in such good company as the invitation and other plans suggest. Safe and pleasant travels to you. Aum Shanti .Jai Ganesa!
To Satguru Bodhinatha & Paramacharyar,Thank you for the loving,beautiful darshan you gave us in Klang last night.You were there for us, to bless & uplift us & that too with SO MUCH LOVE! Thank you.The Klang SSC centre deserves praise for the well prepared welcoming & conducting of the evening’s programme for their loveable Satguru & Paramacharyar.Anbe Sivamayam.
Bodhinatha's Latest Upadeshas: "The Difference in Practice of Theism and Monism" (September 3, 2014)
During a puja we're in Theism, to receive the blessings of the Deity. After a puja we can go within our self in meditation, giving up the idea of an external Deity, Monism. Monistic Theism: Advaita Ishvaravada. Advaita means the Monism; Ishvara means the Theism.
In Shum we use two words that relate to that: shumif and dimfi. First, perfect your Theism. Then become a monist. That's called Saiva Siddhanta; one leads to the other.