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The recordings of Swami Tejomayananda’s talks that took place in August 2015 are available to download.
These talks are based on key verses from the Sri Rama Gita from the Ramayana by Saint Tulsidas.Lakshmana approaches his brother and guide, Lord Rama, whilst they are in exile in the forest and enquires as to the nature of devotion, inner growth, Truth and God. Lakshmana, himself a knowledgeable person, is asking these questions for the benefit of mankind. Lakshmana’s questions capture the essence of a seeker’s path of enquiry and remain as relevant today as they always have been.
A specially recorded album, by our very own Chinmaya Swaranjali UK for Swami Tejomyananda’s recent talks, this album includes the chanting of the verses of the Śrī Rāma Gītā and a collection of Rama Bhajans and beautiful instrumental tracks also based on Rama Bhajans.
As a special offer, get the recordings of Swami Tejomayananda’s Talks on Sri Rama Gita and the Chinmaya Swaranjali Sri Rama Gita Album is availablke for a combined price of only £12.50
The recordings of Swami Swaroopananda’s talks that took place in March 2015 are available to download.
Vedic scripture declares that God is infinite, beyond name and form and described as Existence- Consciousness-Bliss. But how can a finite mind begin to comprehend the infinite Lord? Swami Swaroopananda presents the Lord in a multitude of forms – with stories that capture the heart, symbolism that intrigues the intellect and whose subtler qualities can transform the mind of the seeker. From the power of leadership embodied in Lord Ganesha, to the dedication of Lord Hanuman and righteousness of Lord Rama, each form has a unique and wonderful power that can enrich our lives.
4 talks by Swami Swaroopananda on one of Adi Sankaracharya’s best-known compositions ‘Nirvana Shatakam’ also known as the Atma Shatkam, exploring the true nature of the Self.
The recordings of Swami Tejomayananda’s talks that took place in August 2014 are available to download.
Devotion is the fulfilment that arises when one is intelligently dedicated to an ideal that unifies the head and heart. Over five talks, Swami Tejomayananda (Guruji) illustrates the principles of devotion as outlined by Sri Krishna in Chapter 12 of the Bhagavad Geeta. In his unique, humourous style, coupled with clear-cut logic, Guruji reveals the true meaning of devotion and the timeless secrets of contented and purposeful living.
The recordings of the talks that took place in May 2014 are available for download. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to purchase these amazing talks to download and keep, so that you can listen back and reflect on Swamiji’s beautiful teachings.
Hard work & dedication can bring success (and stress). But success and fulfilment? That requires a way of living known as karma yoga – where one’s actions actually transform the mind, making it more brilliant, clear-sighted and intuitive. This method is logically set out in chapter three of the Geeta. And the result is an individual whose mind becomes capable of great achievement and is truly fulfilled.
In six discourses, Swami Swaroopananda explains this science of living and provide methods to apply the principles and experience their benefit for ourselves.
The recordings of the Mahabharata talks that took place in September 2013 are available for download.
The Mahabharata is one of the great jewels of Indian literature and encompasses all aspects of the human condition. From devotion to spirituality; good to evil; ultimate loyalty to deceit and treachery; love and joy to death and grief; creation of wonders to wanton destruction; the multifaceted story has it all. Each character and each incident in this magnificent tale provide a fascinating insight into the human mind, for what they embody on both a physical and a spiritual level.
Join Swami Swaroopananda on a journey to our very core, guiding us through our inner battles to follow the path of dharma.
These talks were given by Swami Swaroopananda at ‘Ready for Lift Off – an investigation into the workings of the mind,’ the UK CHYK Camp in August/September 2013
Manah Sodhanam is an original composition of Pujya Guruji Swami Tejomayananda. In this text, Guruji tackles the subject of the mind, its ways, means of purification and the reward of purifying it.
These talks were given by Swami Swaroopananda at Chinmaya Mission UK’s 2012 flagship event ‘Call of the Infinite’.
The fundamentals of Vedanta are indicated in 31 simple but powerful verses. Adi Shankara ruthlessly dissects the shell of thoughtlessness veiling the glory of man. He points to the wretchedness of the state of one who is spiritually ignorant and shows the path to redemption.
These talks were given by Swami Swaroopananda at Chinmaya Mission UK’s 2011 flagship event ‘Path of Enquiry’.
Upadesa Sara – the essence of all teaching – is one of the most popular Vedantic texts, composed by Bhagvan Ramana Maharishi. It explains the paths of Action (Karma Yoga), Yoga (Astanga Yoga) and Knowledge (Jnana Yoga) and how they lead to the final goal of Self Knowledge.
These talks were given by Swami Swaroopananda at Chinmaya Mission UK’s ashram in Hendon in September 2013.
To identify ourselves with the all pervading Truth is to realize the Self within. To ‘see’ this through the phenomenal world is to realize the Truth in the outer world of plurality. This is the very theme of the Upanishad.
These talks on Goswami Tulsidas’ Ramcharitmanas were given by Swami Swaroopananda at an international youth camp at the Chinmaya International Residential School in January 2013. In these talks, Swamiji delves deep into each of the characters, studying their individual characteristics and psychologies. What is it that makes them great even today? What was it that made some of them so strong, noble and full of grace while others were arrogant, selfish and unrighteous? How do we build our characters so our lives become shining examples like Lord Rama and Hanumanji and how can we drop the Raavana attitude that lurks deep within us?
The first talks in this series were aired on Aastha TV in the UK in August/September 2013.