Chinmaya Mission Mauritius is a registered spiritual and charitable organisation striving to share the knowledge of Advaita Vedanta, the universal science of life and the foundation of Hindu thought, inspiring people to reach true happiness through the three-fold path of knowledge (jñana), self-less service (karma) and sincere devotion (bhakti).
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Saturday 18 February 2023 | MAHASHIVRATRI PUJA
NEW VEDANTA COURSE |
An intensive two year residential course to study Upanishads, Gita, Vedantic texts in English, complemented by regular Spiritual Practices by :
Mukhya Acharya Swami Swaroopananda
Resident Acharya Swami Advayananda
Unmarried men and women with a sincere interest to study Vedanta and walk the Spiritual Path
20 to 32 years Old
Educational Qualification :
Accomodation, books, food, clothes, medical Care
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The Master Says...
Spirituality is not about doing any special action. It is performing every action in a special way.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GURU | Swami Chinmayananda
Guru is not a person, he is a personality, an institution. He is the radio through which the Lord contacts the student. When a student meets his Teacher, it is always a miracle. In fact it is love at first sight. He is immediately attracted to him and his words ring a bell. Another speaker may speak better but only his teacher will attract him.
If in case we get the rare privilege of meeting such a Master, and you happen to really understand a little of what he says - then progress has to happen. It is unfailing. It is very productive. Whenever anyone meets his Teacher it is always a miracle.
If, in case you are benefited, do not forget that the Teacher was brought to you by Ishwara, total vasanas, of which a part were yours, and remember, there is no difference between God and the Guru, the corporeal entity before you. Therefore be on the lookout when you meet a Master.
IS VEDANTA A SEPARATE RELIGION
SHUT UP AND GET OUT
From The Scriptures...
Lift yourself by yourself...do not let your self sink low. Your mind alone is your best friend, your mind indeed your greatest enemy too.
Bhagavad Gita (6.5)