STGLITW_DayaMata

Seeking the Greatest Love in the World

Author:
Sri Daya Mata
Format:
DVD video (NTSC All Regions)
Product Code:
5049
ISBN:
978-0-87612-607-3
Language:
English
Availability:
Available
Price:

$19.95

Description

On August 9, 1991, Sri Daya Mata held a satsanga for members from many countries who had attended the recently completed Self-Realization Fellowship Convocation. The gathering was held in the main chapel at the SRF International Headquarters in Los Angeles.

This video features her warm welcome and informal talk, in which she shares her insights and inspiration about seeking that divine, unconditional love that is the universal craving of every heart and soul. She explains how, by meditation and by seeking “God first,” all happiness, joy, and peace can be ours. Daya Mata recounts many personal stories—including her visit to the Jagannath Temple in India and her first meeting with Paramahansa Yogananda—as well as answering many questions from the audience.

Topics include:

• The sweetness of divine friendship
• Fulfillment of the spiritual life
• Peace – proof of God’s presence within
• Making time for meditation
• Jesus’ years in India
• Practicing spirituality in the business world

Running time: 58 minutes

About the author

Sri Daya Mata (1914-2010) was one of the foremost disciples of Paramahansa Yogananda. A true "Mother of Compassion," as her name signifies, she inspired those of all faiths and from all walks of life with the wisdom and great love of God conveyed through her talks, writings, and recordings. She met Paramahansaji in 1931 when he lectured in her hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah; and entered his ashram as a renunciant shortly thereafter. During the more than twenty years that she was privileged to receive Paramahansaji’s spiritual guidance and instruction, he personally prepared her to carry on his worldwide work after his passing. As president and spiritual head of Self-Realization Fellowship/Yogoda Satsanga Society of India for more than fifty-five years (from 1955 until her passing in 2010), she was a guiding force of inspiration, wisdom, and compassion for SRF/YSS monastics and members worldwide.

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