The Great Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda is a household name and you can use him in any context where true, religious, insightful, enlightened and wise conversations are taking place. Vivekananda lived just over 30 years but impacted India, Hinduism and meditation/yoga for as long as this yuga is concerned. It's not the amount of time we live, but how well we live the time we are alive.

In reading his works we have pulled out some choice quotes for you to reflect on.

Monastery Pilgrims

The Ganapati Kulam had the fortune of hosting two lovely pilgrims at the morning editorial meeting. Indivar Sivanathan, a long-time disciple of Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, and Gananatha Subrahmanyam from Quebec. Gananatha is here on pilgrimage until the 23rd of May and is filled and thrilled with being here for the first time. "It all came together in about three hours," he mentioned during the morning meeting, "I had an opening, booked the hotel and then booked the tickets and said 'OK, this is happening!'" Indivar is currently helping the monastery with her advanced media skills, specifically in 360 degree photography for a future virtual tour. You can see her awesome work on her website.

Word of the Day

[Words from the lexicons of all our books]


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