Swami Vishwananda says: "When
we talk about liberation, the question will arise “How do we attain it?“ How?
When you ask this question, automatically you say “Yes, I have to do this or I
have to do that,” but liberation doesn’t lie in the process of doing, it lies
in the process of undoing. In doing you are always accelerating the mind,
whereas in undoing certain things, you are decelerating the processes of the
mind. This is where the mind enters a peaceful state, parashanti. Great
Peace is revealed to you. "
It is always amazing to see how humbly Swami Vishwananda acts with others Swamis and Brahmins. Swami Vishwnanda says: "The
aim of every human being is for God to reveal Himself within. You have to let
go of your egoism. You have to let go of all the things that stand between your
realisation and your Self."
During the darshan of Swami Vishwananda only the Om Tryambakam Yajamahe Mantra was sung. As the mother in law of the devotee who built the Shirdhi Baba Tempel had just died 45mn before the begin of the darshan, it was forbiden to sing bajans.
Swami explained us later in the bus that this woman had attain Vaikunta as she had worked the three last days for preparing the darshan. Today as she was helping in the kitchen to cook the meal for Swami and the devotees, she had a stroke, she fainted and was then carried to the hospital where she died.
Swami Vishwananda said that he could feel her presence as he was giving the darshan as it was her strong wish to have his darshan. He explained that diying in full consciousness and at the service of the Lord she attained the highest goal.
Swami Vishwananda tells us: "If you hang an something you will be slave from it, hang only to the Absolute, give you fully to the Divine. Try allways to give your best. Learn to do every action for the Divine. Don't think, Help every one. Search for love in every thing around you and in every thing you are doing. This is the best prayer. And all around you will change."
As Swami Vishwananda mentioned it in the Workshop: In the middle of no where for no one to see a National Guard overflight spots a massive earth etching in an Oregon dry lake bed.Air National Guard pilot Bill Miller was the first to report the earth etching during a fly-over on August 10, 1990. The massive formation was a quarter mile in width etched into a dry lake bed east of Steens Mountain about 70 miles southeast of Burns, Oregon in an area known as Mickey Basin. Reported in the wire services on Sept. 14th, it was identified as the ancient Hindumeditation icon: the Sri Yantra.
A very large, perfectly formed, ancient Hindumandala called the Sri Yantra was discovered inscribed into the dry lake bed by an Air National Guard pilot on a normal training run from a base near Boise, Idaho. This symbol was over a quarter of a mile in length, and consisted of over 13 miles of lines etched into the impacted mud 3”-10” deep. No human or tire tracks found anywhere near the site. A group of 5 artists from Iowa tried claiming responsibility for the symbol's appearance saying they carved the entire design with a garden cultivator during a nine-day period. No other pilots or anyone else reported seeing it in any stage of their supposed construction time. Analysis of the formation’s line indicated that the soil had been removed, whereas the artists’ garden cultivator / plow method produced small mounds of dirt on either side of their demonstration lines left from where they plowed.
Sri Swami Vishwananda is an enlightened spiritual master from the island of Mauritius. Since some years he has been visiting numerous countries in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia to convey his message of universal Divine Love.
Swami Vishwananda inspires people to open their hearts for the Love of God. He teaches to go beyond the boundaries of religions and to experience the all-connecting unity behind the conceptual differences. He encourages people, to deepen the individual path to God, and supports them in their personal beliefs and religious heritage.
His teachings offer precious inspiration and practical methods, which help us to find Divinity and Divine joy in ourselves. Patiently he explains us how we can improve the way we live and think. The Love that he radiates touches people in their hearts and inspires them to treat one another more lovingly. It is the Divine Love that we can find within ourselves.