Paramahamsa Vishwananda encourages us to direct our natural desire for sensory pleasure into the service of the Lord. Creatively capturing the Lord in colour, music, and movement allows you to enjoy the full spectrum of divine beauty.

‘To those who are constantly engaged with Me, and who worship Me with intense Love, I give them the realisation by which they can come to Me.’
Bhagavad Gita


Our experiences are influenced by our senses. Uncontrolled, they can turn us into a slave for worldly pleasures. Channelling the senses toward the Divine allows us to attain the highest happiness and loving communion with God.

Living bhakti through devotional arts lets you express your true being and enjoy the splendour of your relationship with God. Art manifests divine beauty.

Be it music, singing, painting, dancing or acting, with the right attitude – with love and devotion – you can turn your favourite activities into offering to the Divine.


When we sing and dance, not for our own pleasure but for the pleasure of our Beloved Lord, the mundane transforms into the Divine. As the purity of love begins to flow, thinking stops, and only being remains. Nothing else exists except you and your Beloved.

Like a serenaded lover, the Lord responds when you sing His Name from your heart. Fortunately, His response has little to do with the quality of your voice – all that matters is the sincerity of your calling. Enjoy the sweetness of love.


Experience the sweetness of singing the Lord’s Name. Aaradhakananda, Head of Bhakti Marga Music, explains the profound value of this simple practice. He will also give a mini-workshop in how to use your voice as an instrument and lead you through two simple kirtans.


In the relationship between the Lover and Beloved, there exists only one experience, only one motivation, and only one reality – Just Love. Engage, sing, clap, dance. Let yourself be free.


Meditation is a supreme state of focus that engages our whole being. Allowing ourselves to get totally absorbed with drawing or colouring a Divine Form captivates the senses, pulling them away from the world to focus on the Divine.

When the subject of your art is a Divine Form, the Lord holds your attention and draws you closer to Him. This connection deepens even more when you work on a piece over time, or work with the same form over and over again. The more time you spend focusing on an image of the Divine, the easier it is to visualise during meditation. Paint the Divine into being.


Dakshini, Head of Bhakti Marga Art, will introduce you into the ancient spiritual practice of creating devotional art. She will also lead you into a short meditation to help you begin to explore and manifest the beauty Divine Mother Herself by colouring an image of Her in the form of Maha-Lakshmi.
Online Blessing with Paramahamsa VishwanandaMONDAY 22 MARCH, 2PM

Given the current world situation, Paramahamsa Vishwananda has now decided to give everyone Online Blessing (Darshans)! No matter where you are in the world, you can still have your personal encounter with the Master, and experience the unconditional Love and blessing that His darshan provides.

‘When you come for darshan and when I look at your soul at that moment, what I see is your Self, your True Self. And what I see is the beauty of what you hold inside of you. That’s what I want you to see and that’s what I want you to realise for yourself.’
Paramahamsa Vishwananda