Table of Contents
Part I — I wanted to be a seeker of the Infinite
- Mr. Edwin Ross: How long have you been in the United States, Mr. Ghose, Chinmoy Ghose?
- Mr. Edwin Ross: Now, when you say "God-realisation," can you elaborate on this? As a Westerner, I recognise that it is a religious concept. And I think I have heard other, similar phrases in talking about this with you before. But could you please explain the phrase "God-realisation"?
- Mr. Edwin Ross: In India, what was your function or business or pursuit, Sri Chinmoy?
- Mr. Edwin Ross: You have spent most of your life in this spiritual community. Would it be correct to say by Western standards, then, that — although I somewhat hesitate to use the word — this is your "profession"? By "profession" I mean "work."
- On East and West
Part II — Discourses
- When you are with your Master-Lord and when you are without your Master-Lord
- Two hundred miles: your supreme glory
- The 1984 Cologne Peace Concert
- Unconditional surrender
- What I wanted and what the Supreme gave to me
- Whenever you sing in a group
- Question: What is the difference between consciousness and soulfulness?
- Each river is sacred
- An inner conversation
- If you are with me, then be for me
- Lord Buddha's middle path
- Value your spiritual life
- Morning shows the day
- The beginning of the Puerto Rican Centre
- Hriday's song
- The goddess Saraswati
- Question: Should we also try chanting this mantra?
- Shaking hands
- High, meditative consciousness
- Repeat your spiritual name
- "The Ideal of Forgiveness"
- Celebration in honour of Chitta's birthday
- My poetry-journey
- Learning Sanskrit mantras
- The genesis of Hope
- Spirituality is not cleverness
- I am your spiritual father
- Heart-throbbing songs
- Inside the finite, the Infinite
- My children, you can depend on me