skip to content
The Sri Chinmoy Library
About the author
Flame-Waves, part 7
First published by
. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 293rd book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
Question: What is the relationship between the soul of the United Nations and the soul of the world?
Question: Unless the peoples of the world as a whole aspire collectively, will there ever be abiding peace in the world?
Question: How can our imagination be used to help raise our consciousness or improve our meditation?
Question: How can the various world religions respond more co-operatively and effectively to humanity's aspiration?
Question: Is man growing away from organised religion and moving towards meditation?
Question: People are often afraid of practices like meditation which are not prescribed by their own religion. Why is this?
Question: Can one find the fulfilment of his life in religion?
Question: Is your path a religion?
Question: How can religion be made more spiritual?
Question: How can I lose my suspicion of the outer world?
Question: Is there one divine quality which encompasses all the rest or does a seeker have to meditate on each one?
Question: Is the reason for this that there is a feeling of oneness in human gratitude and God's Compassion? Is that why these two qualities are so all-encompassing?
Question: Is the way to get rid of anxiety to ignore it?
Question: Should we advertise in our offices that we belong to the U.N. Meditation Group?
Question: How can our own spiritual efforts within the Meditation Group assist the work that you are performing in serving the soul of the U.N. and the family of nations?
Question: People at the United Nations, in our offices, think of the Meditation Group as a family. Is that a helpful attitude?
Question: How can I make the staff members of the United Nations feel that the Meditation Group is available to them?
Question: Is it possible that the United Nations will one day be a nucleus of world-wide spirituality?
Question: What should be the attitude of those who work at the United Nations?
Question: How can we have purity in the mind?
Question: Does it help our spiritual progress to understand things intellectually?
Question: Is the mind ever self-giving?
Question: How can we increase the mind's sincerity?
Question: Does the mind have a will of its own?
Question: What is the difference between the mind of a world-renowned statesman and the mind of a world-renowned scientist?
Question: You have started offering songs to the United Nations Meditation Group to sing and I was wondering if you would like to expound upon the purpose of this?
Question: During our Sixth Anniversary celebration on 14 April, you spoke about serving the United Nations with gratitude. Could you please elaborate on this?
Question: When you shower Light on us when we are meditating, how can we be most receptive?
Question: How can man live forever?
Question: How can we help the pilots of the United Nations — the Secretary-General and the Directors?
Question: Sri Chinmoy, it is very difficult to know what is a spiritual question. How much of the United Nations is a spiritual reality and a secular reality, or are these meaningless distinctions?
Appendix: these quotes, from other writings of Sri Chinmoy, were included in the first editions.
Editor's preface to the first edition
Question: What is the relationship between the soul of the United Nations and the soul of the world? ›
Report typographical errors
Translations of this page:
This book series can be cited using cite-key
This work is licensed under
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License