The Journey Home by Radhanath Swami


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  1. A Guru is Simply a Humble Servant

    A real guru teaches according to the previous masters. He is the humble servant of his guru. His teaching process is very simple. If we find someone, who is teaching surrender to God, is coming in a line of such gurus and is humbly following his master, then he is the right guru. It is not a question of mystic powers. It is not a question of magic shows. It is not a question of reading minds, or creating articles out of the veneer, or having millions and billions and...
  2. True Leadership

    There are so many books that teach leadership techniques to fatten your bank balance, to climb up the corporate ladder, to have more power, to control people’s lives and to inflate your ego accordingly. But what about a type of leadership by which we can make a very serious, significant contribution to people’s lives and to the world in general? True leadership means to be a leader who actually has a positive effect in people’s lives—and not simply leads in such a way that they make a lot of money....
  3. Experiencing & Sharing Divine Love at Yogamaya NYC

    On July 29th, 2014, Yogamaya yoga studio in the Chelsea section of New York City, hosted Radhanath Swami as their guest speaker for the fourth anniversary as a studio. Radhanath Swami spoke to a packed house about bhakti-yoga and kirtan was led by Ananta Govinda, Acyuta Gopi, and Amala Harinam. Below is an excerpt of the talk. Over the years when we develop communities we find any possible excuse to have festivals so that we can come together as a family. mac-citta mad-gata-prana / bodhayantah parasparam kathayantas ca mam nityam...
  4. Pearl Festival At the Bhakti Center, New York

    On August 29th Radhanath Swami spoke at the Bhakti Centers second Annual Pearl Festival, a celebration of Radhastami, the appearance od Srimati Radharani. Below is an excerpt of his talk. Somehow or other this is called the Pearl Festival and everyone will offer pearls to Srimati Radharani. These pearls are jewels. They are something extremely precious. And how a pearl comes to be is very symbolic of the path of bhakti. Because there are these little people called oysters that live in the water and pearls just don’t grow in...

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