Part 12: Who is the Spiritual Master – Life of a Guru
Life of a Guru
Outwardly the Guru’s life is like any other person. He eats, sleeps, laughs, cries and displays all the emotions you would expect from a normal person. He maybe educated or not, He may speak a lot or not all, He maybe very kind and compassionate or cold and withdrawn. The outside features veil his true reality. A true Master is the personification of your soul, of life, of God Himself. Every act He does is selfless, there is no trace of ‘I’ or ‘mine’, he carries no expectation from anybody. His life is for the upliftment of the world. One cannot determine the reality of a Guru by superficial analysis, but only by one’s inward connection and inner transformation.
How does a Guru reward his disciples?
A disciple is one who has approached the Master to realise his true relationship with God. He is therefore utterly dedicated to Him and endeavours to serve. Through this service and one-pointed dedication, the Guru reveals to the disciple the truth of who they are. Little by little the earnest seeker is brought closer to their real Self, which is above pain or pleasure, joy and sorrow. It is state where they realise their highest and most fundamental position with God.
Meet the Master Online
Paramahamsa Vishwananda is giving the personal blessings online now, via His new online darshans. This event used to take place around the world in person but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is not possible. Therefore, Paramahamsa Vishwananda is entering the homes of 1000’s of people across the world by His online Darshans taking place via Zoom. Darshan means ‘divine sight’, the experience of seeing and being seen by the Divine. Receiving darshan from a fully realised Spiritual Master who lives in constant union with the Divine is rare, and a special treasure not to be missed. Despite the restrictions, Paramahamsa Vishwananda’s darshans are unique, in that He gives personal eye to eye blessings.
If you would like to attend on online darshan with Paramahamsa Vishwananda, either exclusively with only participants from the UK, Canada, USA and Ireland on 01 July 2020, 5:00pm.