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My heart's salutation to Australia, part 2
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 271st book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
O my Australia
Disciples' questions and answers
Question: Why is it so hard for us to become one with you, Guru?
Question: Guru, does the soul cry?
Question: When we have feelings of 'my' and 'mine,' how can we make that 'I' feel as small as an ant?
Question: Guru, what should we do about our pride?
Question: Why doesn't the mind listen to the heart and the soul?
Question: What is humility and how can we achieve it?
Question: Guru, could you explain the difference between God-revelation and God-manifestation?
Question: What is the difference between divine authority and human authority?
The eternal seeker
The reality within
Simplicity, sincerity, purity and divinity
Possession and satisfaction
Meeting with the Bishop of Adelaide
The path of the heart
Studying with Sri Chinmoy
Meditation is natural
Each religion is a house
This Day Tonight
It is an extremely hectic life you are leading, flying all over the world to give your lectures. It must be a change for you from the twenty years you spent in the spiritual community.
What part do you most enjoy?
So which life do you prefer?
You have probably heard of the fate of another famous Guru, Guru Maharaji, who was admitted to a hospital with an ulcer. Do you think that could ever happen to you?
You don't. Have you found that people here are generally hospitable towards you?
They are not seeing you as just another Guru, then?
How is your message different from any other religions?
Now, meditation is a crucial part of your teaching. Do you think one can reach a state of inner perfection without meditating?
Then our traditional religions are in trouble, in your opinion.
Is there a difference between them?
As well as a Guru you are also an artist and a prolific writer. I understand you wrote 800 poems in one night. Why do you write so many poems?
Do you feel that if you wrote perhaps a few less, you might reach even a higher standard of poetic quality?
You live from donations, I understand, and from the sale of your books. Is that enough to live on?
O my Australia ›
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