A very old interview wherein a much younger looking Swami Yogeshwarananda Giri briefly discusses the subjects of Yoga, meditation, nirvana, enlightenment, contemplation, reclusive living, astrology, guru’s, karma, reincarnation etc.
In this short clip from a talk on “I Am the Way, the Truth & the Life, the Enigmatic Statement of Jesus” by Swami Yogeshwarananda Giri, Swamiji opens out the Mystical meaning of I AM & explains how what Jesus was referring to is the “I” Awareness.
A short clip from a talk on The Mystic Signifcance of the AUM Mantra by Swami Yogeshwarananda Giri.
In this short exert from a talk on The Mystic Wisdom of the Upanishads Swamiji explains how it is necessary to remain in a non-dual state of awareness in order to gradually merge with the Divine.
During Swamiji’s 2016 tour of the U.K. he was invited to lead a meditation group into meditation. This is a short talk he gave prior to the meditation wherein he explains what meditation proper is according to Advaita Vedanta Tradition.
In this short clip from a series of talks given in Switzerland, Swamiji opens out the Mystical meaning contained within the sermons of Meister Eckhart.
In this short clip from a talk on The Mystery of Silent Awareness, Swamiji explains how the intellect is necessary to arrive at the Silent Awareness & how the will is necessary to maintain it.
Here Swamiji explains how Krishna tells Arjuna that in order to perform Dharma Upadesha he should be based in his Atman while performing his daily duties & living life & not his ego-self. He then explains how to be established in the Atman.
In this short clip Swamiji explains what Buddha meant by Shunya (nothingness) & how there is no-one who ever experienced Nirvana. He also explains how Buddha’s teaching were devoid of any metaphysics.
In this short clip Swamiji explains how the teachings of Jesus in the 4 Gospels are complete in themselves as a means to Salvation/Liberation when understood from a Mystical perspective & that the crucifixion is symbolic of losing the separate sense of self.