Thursday, February 26, 2015


Guru is God Incarnate; never fear, he finds one when
your sincere longing meets his Love.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Twittering Tweets of Swami Vishwananda

Pinned Swami Vishwananda Tweet
Swami Vishwananda ( @Vishwananda ) | Twitter
“How lucky you are that God chose you to be on a spiritual path.”


Tweet, Tweet, Tweet and ReTweet
The electronic bird twitters and sings
Across the Internet’s electrifying waves.
And so twitters the round of Tweets from our
Beloved Guru Dev, Swami Vishwananda.
All around this world, people eagerly await
These contemporary but sacred, ancient
“Word Pearls of Wisdom”
Filled to the brim with “Just Love.”

What does Swami write?
What is he saying, meaning?
He is both the Narayana of The Formless God
And our “seemingly human” Beloved Teacher and
Friend with the beautiful human face that
Shines with such Inner Radiance that it
Destroys one’s ego and one dissolves
Into a Bhakta puddle of surrendered tears
At his holy, lotus feet.
And one wishes one could be like Mirabai
To Her Beloved Krishna
And Sing his Unlimited, Unconditional Love
As a salute and sentinel to Him, the Lord,
In fully devoted Love and Surrender.

Swami Vishwananda Twitters and Tweets, our dear friends,
Of God’s Architectural Sacred Geometry Plan
For Man’s evolution from manhood to Godhood.
How can this be that the Formless God takes many forms
To bring his creation back to his heart?

In these contemporary times let us learn
To lighten up and laugh with our Child-self.
It’s Divine irony with humor, you see and hear?
It’s Divine simplicity, our friend of friends.
It’s Divine Mother’s cosmic joke,
As our Dear Yogi Yogananda Parmahansaji said.
It’s truly, perfectly, Divinely simple …
God is Love … Just Love.

Swamini Vishwa Lakshmi

Tuesday, February 24, 2015


Swamini Vishwa Lakshmi
Have you ever felt like the Gods are Celebrating and have forgotten you exist? Have you ever had a "dark night of the soul" that seems to go on and on and on. It seems the Guru has “stopped” almost everything in your life and that you are in a kind of “no man’s land” and banished into the outback. The Guru seems far away? Where did He go? – you ask yourself. And why did he take all others and everything in your life that gave you joy along with him?
You boldly, not caring that he may think you weak, and perhaps a bit resentfully, you ask him, "Why is this happening this way?" And he answers, "I planned it this way." And you, literally, do not know whether to laugh or cry or run away, hurt and feeling so alone, so abandoned, so unloved.
Yet from the strong inner core, the spiritual heart mummers like an echo and "whispers from eternity,": God is Love; this, too, shall pass.
Then, one fine day you wake up and discover that it all was maya and it was all about the Guru giving you a beautiful gift of learning detachment and remembering Divine Love.
Whatever it takes to break the Human Heart,
And thereby inflame the Heart Spirit,
Is Divine Grace.
From the moment of birth in physical form
A tiny babe has been born from
The Holy Grail of woman.
And the seed of man is placed
Into conceptual, fertile space and time.
Once transference has taken place,
A soul divinely comes into alignment
With material, third-dimensional form.
A Satguru from beyond time and space,
Seemingly, is born into physical form.
In actuality, Satguru never is born nor is he physical,
A mystery from time out of mind…Divinely So!
Satguru appears from the divine nature of God
For only one purpose. . .
It is not for himself that he comes or goes.
The Satguru transcends
Time and space and light and dark,
As a gift from the Divine,
To awaken the divinity within all those who
Resonate with his heart, his form, and
His timeless message of Love forevermore.
The Satguru has a heart full of Divine Love
And a mind that has been cleansed
Of darkness,
And thereby registers
Only Divine Light Form.
Krishna’s cattle-herder’s dog wanders
On the mountain landscape of life.
He tends the cows and herds them home.
Eventually, the cattle-herder—the man
Listens to the voice within,
The Voice of Mahavatar Babaji,
Sri Swami Vishwananda Premavatar,
Narayana-Vishnu—the Supreme,
Calling him home to higher vibration,
Calling, calling, calling him home.
And so it is with dog and man,
In this day and this time!
The Satguru comes when Divine Timing
Transcends space and time
For one purpose only—
To tell all those who have the
Eyes to see and the ears to hear. . .
It is time, my friends,
For dog and man to become
One Egoless Yogi,
And transcend time. . .
It is time, it is time, it is time.
Whatever it takes to break the Human Heart,
And thereby inflame the Heart Spirit,
Is Divine Grace.
Swamini Vishwalakshmianandama

Monday, February 23, 2015

Mahavatar Babaji Today

“Be ever vigilant, for even a consistently small time in meditation will dispel the fear of death and its after time.”

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Mahavatar Babaji Wisdom of Love

Merciful Lord Krishna Appears in Yagna Fire

The Merciful Lord Krishna appears in the fire
 during a yagna at Guruvyur in Kerala, India.
May his blessing be upon all.
Sri Swami Vishwananda
( Twitter Entry )

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Running From One Guru to Another - Gurudev, Mahavatar

Those who have the great blessing of finding their Guru, in his company become wise as one looses one’s ignorance. Just like the river loses its identity by merging into the ocean and like iron when touched to the philosopher's stone, it ceases to be iron and becomes Gold."  -Swami Vishwananda
Running from one Guru to another is necessary until one finds one's heart Guru. If he is not incarnated, then he will send one to teachers who are incarnated until you find the one with whom your heart resonates. In this circumstance of life, one must keep walking the path the Lord offers until that time one just knows, that he knows, that he knows that one at last has found the heart teacher or Guru.
Mahavatar Babaji 
Guardian of All People
All Faiths All Traditions

Friday, February 20, 2015

Love Unleashed

The holy fountain of youth, the philosopher's stone,
Lies dormant within you all.
What will cause the fountain to spay its lovely, luminous
Fragrance into the air once again as one walks in life-force?

Beloveds, it is as your Guru “sv” as he signs himself
In all gentle humbleness, teaches all of you: “Behold
The Light, The Supreme Lord is within you as Love."

The Supreme Examiner is even beyond the Light.
The exam given at death is …
How much have you Loved?
What will your life record reveal to the
Examiner who is both the Examiner and the one
Being duly and dharmically tested?

Let death be your friend in one’s living of life
And he will be your friend in death.
Do not wait for the lone reaper to appear to
Literally tear asunder the veil of secrecy into the
So-called grim reaper’s territory and examine
For yourself …
What is death?

Be pure in heart and love God and the all, all of
Your life and death will be your freedom call.
And red rose petals from the Guru's ash-filled hands
Will be showered upon one who is being “born” into
His heavenly family, even as Guru does on one’s
Earth birthday.

Mahavatar Babaji
Guardian of All People
All Faiths All Traditions

Via the heart and mind  of
Swamini Vishwa Lakshmi

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Shree Peetha Nilaya

Shivaratri 2015 Shree Peetha Nilaya

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Shivratri 2015 Sri Swami Vishwananda

Blessing on this Shivratri. May Lord Shiva
Love and Guide you to the Lord’s lotus feet.
Sri Swami Vishwananda

SHIVRATRI  17 February 2015
Let the Lord of the rain and sunshine shower the ash blessed vibhuti upon your head as Shivratri unfolds with your Teacher and Guide Sri Swami Vishwananda. Let him lead you through Love to his lotus feet,  unfailingly and forevermore in gentle humbleness. May the Shiva Lingam inside each of you bless you and lead you to freedom at the lotus feet of the Guru.
Mahavatar Babaji
Guardian of  All People
All Faiths All Traditions

Monday, February 16, 2015

"Happy Shivratri" Sri Swami Vishwananda

Sri Swami Vishwananda sends the following Shivratri Greeting, Blessing and video for you for Shivratri, February 17 – 18. Gurudev  is celebrating Shivratri at Shree Peetha Nilaya in Germany. 
Happy Shivratri
Om Namah Shivaya
Shivaya Nama Om

Sunday, February 15, 2015

During the celebration of Vishnu Pathi at Shree Peetha Nilaya 13 February 2015, a Yagna was given by Sri Swami Vishwananda.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Valentine Be Ours All The Time

Sri Swami Vishwananda I Love You All How U R

Friday, February 13, 2015


Vishnupati Day
Sri Swami Vishwananda 

Today it's Vishnnupati Day. It is the time celestial energies are aligned to give you opportunities to improve your spiritual material life.
The Moon today will be in the Anuradha Star and the presiding deity of the star is Goddess Lakshmi. May her blessing be with you all.
Blessing and love, prosperity and joy and happiness. Jai Jai Sri Dhanakarsahna. Sri Maha Lakshmi Sahite Sri Kuberaya namaha.
May all your spiritual wishes be fulfilled.
Jai Gurudev blessing of Maha Vishnu Lakshmi and Kubera on this auspicious day. 

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Kalki Avatar 10th Incarnation of the Lord - Sri Swami Vishwananda

Swami Vishwananda Twitter
10th Kalki Avatar building the mansion of life on love, patience, peace and unity so that human values never fade away.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Love Mahavatar Babaji Wisdom

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Swamiji Today 8.2.2015: Journey to Unconditional Love

When the soul is ready to awake to i'st full potential, God sends all the help needed for it to embark on its journey to unconditional Love.

There is a cosmic law which is called Karma or the law of cause and effect. Not a single soul will pass until one had confronted all one’s actions.

With the help of the Guru, he makes all easy for the disciple to go on the path smoothly and easy as he takes upon himself the major part.

When the level of love is low in oneself then the darkness of the mind takes over. Hold strong to prayers as it a very powerful against the mind.

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Mahavatar Babaji Today 7 February 2015

Giridhariji dwell where there is no distinction at all, where all is equal there is no sense of high n low, rich or poor or religion fanatic.

Mahavatar Babaji
Well-read people have head knowledge and are considered intelligent and wise. People who read slowly are judged dim of mind.

Children who run and play with vigor and vim win the games and receive praise from everyone. Those who are shy and join in the games reluctantly are considered inferior to their cousins with the more aggressive nature. So goes, also, the greater game of life when adults are aggressive and self-serving in the work place and social engagements of life in present day. So is the duality on Earth today.

Giridhari waits at the door of each heart to guide all home to harmony, peace, humbleness, and to the Love within each individual soul, all One. 

Giridhari's Love is supreme, so love him with all your heart and you will hold the chalice of the greatest Love available to man. 

Open your heart to Love.
Then you will Love from the heart and the mind will be subdued into submissiveness. This attainment lies in the purity of sincere effort on the behalf of the whole of mankind and the whole of creation, Love Divine.

Mahavatar Babaji
Guardian of All People in All Time
All Faiths, All Traditions

Friday, February 6, 2015

Attain Maha Bhav

The faces of people don't shine without restraining habits. The monkey mind settles no sooner than the attitude of it is changed and becomes calm. The heart gets consumed with Divine Love and one regains the inner self and pleasantly beholds one’s Beloved Giridhari in his glory waiting for you. This meeting awakens tremendous bliss as both meet each other. Endearingly, they lose their self-consciousness and swim in the state of Maha Bhav.

Sri Swami Vishwananda

Monkey Mind defined: In India people place food that a monkey likes in a narrow opening in a jug with the aim of catching the money. The monkey reaches its paw into the narrow jug opening to get the food inside. Then it cannot withdraw its paw holding the food through the narrow opening. Since the monkey won’t let go of the food, it is “caught”.  Like this,  people have attachments that keep the mind in turmoil.  Gurudev says above that only when the monkey mind of people is calmed will one meet Giridhari Krishna.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Giridhari Krishna True Happiness Love Joy

We should meditate on Giridhari Krishna every day and every moment of our life
so that our heart may fill with
him which is true happiness, love and joy. 
Swami Vishwananda

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Swami Vishwananda Maha Lakshmi Temple Colorado USA

This painting of Maha Lakshmi’s likeness was given to Swarupini of Czech
by Maha Lakshmi
Swarupini then painted the picture from her vision of Maha Lakshmi.
Maha Lakshmi communicated to Swarupini to paint the picture of Her that,
when finished, was to be gifted to Swamini Vishwa Lakshmi (Vishwalakshmianandama).
This painting will be placed in Swami Vishwananda’s Maha Lakshmi Temple now being created in
Colorado, United States of America, residence of Swamini Vishwa Lakshmi
Note: Maha Lakshmi communicated to paint the 'emerald and diamond ring' 
manifested by Sri Swami Vishwananda for Swamini Vishwa Lakshmi on Her right thumb
as you see.
Maha Lakshmi
Lakshmi is the consort of the god Narayana Vishnu. She is known as the goddess of wealth and purity.
What does Lakshmi look like?
Lakshmi is commonly portrayed as a beautiful woman with four arms, standing on a lotus flower. There usually is one, or sometimes two elephants behind her, anointing her with water. She is often depicted sitting beneath Narayana Vishnu, massaging his feet.
The rebirth of Lakshmi
One of the most compelling stories in the Hindu Tradition is the Churning of the Milky Ocean. It is the story of the gods versus the demons and their fight to gain immortality. It also tells of the rebirth of Lakshmi.
Indra, the warrior god, was given the responsibility of protecting the world against the demons. He had protected it successfully for many years, and the goddess Lakshmi's presence had made him sure of success.
One day, a wise sage offered Indra a garland of sacred flowers. In his arrogance, Indra threw the flowers to the floor. This display of arrogance was noted by Lakshmi, who left the world of the gods and entered into the Milky Ocean.
Without her, the gods were no longer blessed with success or fortune. The world became darker, people became greedy, and no offerings were made to the gods. The gods began to lose their power and the asuras (demons) took control.
Indra asked Narayana Vishnu what should be done. He told Indra that the gods would need to churn the Milky Ocean to regain Lakshmi and her blessings. He then told them the Ocean held other treasures which would also help them. This included the elixir of life, a potion bestowing immortality, which would enable them to defeat the demons.
The story of the Churning of the Ocean tells of how the gods worked together to churn the ocean. They churned for many years, but it was 1,000 years before anything rose to the surface.
Finally, the treasures began to rise to the surface. Among them, a beautiful woman standing on a lotus flower. This was Lakshmi, who had returned to the world. With her presence, the gods eventually defeated the demons and chased them out of the world.
This story highlights the good fortune and success that Lakshmi bestows upon those who work hard and seek help sincerely. It also demonstrates that during times of success, one must never become complacent or arrogant, as success has a way of slipping away from people.
Worshipping Lakshmi
Anyone who worships Lakshmi sincerely without greed, will be blessed with fortune and success. Lakshmi resides in places of hard work, virtue and bravery, but leaves whenever these qualities are not apparent any more.
Lakshmi is particularly worshipped during the festival of Diwali. This festival commemorates the epic story, Ramayana. Ramayana is the legend of Lord Rama's battle with the demon Ravana, in which Lakshmi features.
In the story of Ramayana, Sita (Lakshmi) is married to Lord Rama. In the Hindu Tradition, Sita is an incarnation of Lakshmi. The story tells us that Rama had been cast out of his rightful kingdom, and had gone to live in a forest with his wife and brother.
The battle between Rama and the demon Ravana begins when Ravana abducts Sita from the forest. The epic follows the story of Rama defeating the demon, and his eventual return to his kingdom.
As the three heroes,
Rama, his brother Lakshman and Sita, returned home, people lit candles to guide their way in the dark. In honour of this, on the second day of Diwali people light candles in their homes to guide Lakshmi, in the hope that she will bestow good fortune on their home for the coming year. 
Traditionally: Friday is the most auspicious day for Maha Lakshmi’s worship.

Monday, February 2, 2015