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Awakening Devotion: The Yearning of the Heart That Takes You to God

Author:
Brother Anandamoy
Format:
DVD video (NTSC All Regions)
Product Code:
5046
ISBN:
978-0-87612-348-5
Language:
English
Availability:
Available
Price:

$19.95

Description

The teachings of the saints and sages down the ages have ultimately had one purpose: to help us rediscover our relationship with God—with the infinite love, knowledge, and joy that is our divine essence. In this talk from the 2004 SRF Convocation, Brother Anandamoy shares beautiful experiences from his years with Paramahansaji that demonstrate the depth of the Guru’s love for his disciples, and the subtle ways the guru guides those who ask for his help. With great simplicity and clarity, Brother Anandamoy boils down the spiritual path to a few basic practices that will enable any sincere seeker to open the door to the reality of God’s presence. “Bring God into your meditations,” he counsels us, “and it will change your life.”

 

Topic include:

• Bringing the living presence of God and Guru into your meditations

• Overcoming feelings of discouragement

• Practical points for deepening your relationship with Master

• Why we need the Guru’s spiritual help

• How devotion can transform your life

 

Running time: 62 minutes                   

About the author

Brother Anandamoy was born near Zurich. He first came to the United States in 1948 to study architecture with Frank Lloyd Wright. After reading Autobiography of a Yogi, he traveled to Los Angeles to meet Paramahansa Yogananda. Soon after, he became a monk of Self-Realization Fellowship, the society founded by Yogananda in 1920 to disseminate his teachings worldwide, and was privileged to receive personal guidance and spiritual discipline from Paramahansa Yogananda. As an international lecturer for Self-Realization Fellowship, Brother Anandamoy has traveled extensively, captivating audiences with his wit, wisdom, and inspiring personal stories of his years with Paramahansa Yogananda.

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