About Sri Chinmoy
A spiritual teacher, poet, artist, musician and athlete.
Interview with Dr. James Carse – ‘The Way to Go’ (1984)
Sri Chinmoy answers questions about meditation, spirituality and the difference between inspiration and aspiration.Read more »
Contributed from all over the world by members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre, which was set up by Sri Chinmoy to facilitate the personal development of his students and to serve the community through free meditation classes, concerts and other cultural and athletic events. About the Sri Chinmoy Centre »
April 17, 2018
Three tracks from Blue Flower’s most recent album, which was recorded during a live concert in Reykjavik’s famous Frikirkjan church in Iceland. Blue Flower has been giving concerts of meditative music all across Europe and America for 15 years. Read more »
April 12, 2018
This performance took place during our year-end Christmas retreat in Montenegro. Over 90 students of Sri Chinmoy from former Yugoslavia took part in this performance, which combined three of Sri Chinmoy’s short mantric songs in a choral arrangement accompanied by harmonium, piano and percussion. Read more »
April 1, 2018
Pulak Viscardi was one of Sri Chinmoy’s photographers for many years, and always has an entertaining and illumining story to tell about his experiences with his spiritual Teacher.
During last years Christmas Trip (our year-end meditation retreat bringing together Sri Chinmoy’s students from around the world) Pulak told a story that began when, in the early days of Sri Chinmoy’s mission in the west, he asked for photographs not to be taken during a meditation function, as he was planning to go into a very high meditation and did not want to be disturbed.
The usual photographer at that time was Sarama Minoli, who was the first person to regularly take photographs of Sri Chinmoy in meditation and other activities. Sarama’s pictures – a couple of which can be seen here – capture the many different meditative states of a spiritual Master, at a time when he was entering into many new fields of endeavour – music, art, poetry, and athletics.
- A 40-year Blessing – Sarama’s story, on the Sri Chinmoy Centre website, of how she first became Sri Chinmoy’s disciple
- Another story by Pulak related during a Christmas Trip in 2015 about Sri Chinmoy’s walking experiences, as well as reading two of Sri Chinmoy’s own stories on the same subject.
Music for meditation and relaxation.
Perfect as background music for your morning meditation, or just to add a little peace to your day.
Meditation music by Sri Chinmoy’s students, Jan-Feb 2016
A selection of performances from a recent Christmas Trip in Malaysia.Read more »
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‘Transformation-Dawn’ – Premik
This is the first album recorded by Premik. “Transformation-Dawn”. It was made in a studio recording from 1980 in New York and originally published on tape. The songs have been arranged by Premik Russell Tubbs. Madhurata Jetha Nai Ami Nai Where sweetness is lacking I am not there, I am not there. Sweetness-discipline and sweetness-worship, Sweetness-invocation […]Read more »
Piano Dreams, by Pratul
Pratul, a talented musician from Austria, is not only a very good piano player since childhood, but also a very dedicated singer of Sri Chinmoy’s songs, performing with the music group Arthada and Friends. The instrumental arrangements on this recording are all compositions of Sri Chinmoy, and are very smoothing and inspiring.Read more »
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