“Embodiments of the Divine,
May God bless us in this human life that we may utter the name of the Divine.
Truly, our life span is very short. In this short time, what should we achieve? Whatever it is, we should not forget it. What do we need in order to achieve our aims? Devotion and patience are what is required. The quality of our lives depends upon the extent of our patience. (…)
By the grace of God you should all reach a high level. In order to establish righteousness in this world some great beings are destined to be born here. It is for this reason that saints, sages, and avatars are born – to re-establish devotion in this world, to immerse the world in devotion. They do this because there is much adharma, unrighteousness in this world, and less dharma. When they live in this world we do not really understand them, but when they are no longer here we think about them. (…)
Therefore, realize that your life is very short and in that short time you should know what you should realize, what you should know, and what you should attain. In your life time you should try to understand these great spiritual beings, their righteous paths and realize what they taught.”
“… bringing Swami Premananda’s divine light…”
Swamiji blessed Ashram delegates to go to all the Sri Premananda Centres and Groups around the world who invite them, and to take the powerful pink Lingam with them on such world tours.
He blessed them to go to all the Centres, to give blessings with that Lingam, to solve the devotees’ problems through the greatness of that Lingam, to give people the opportunity to receive Swamiji’s divine, spiritual grace, and to spread Swamiji’s divine light. These tours are for everyone’s benefit and peace of mind, for the growth of spirituality, and to spread Swamiji’s message.
Swami Premananda (1951-2011) is a spiritual master who dedicated his life to serving others. He was the embodiment of unconditional love; his humility, patience and wisdom were infinite. He spent much of his life listening to people’s problems, helping them to solve them and guiding them towards inner peace and happiness.
Swamiji attained Mahasamadhi (left his body) on 21st February 2011. Although Swamiji is not present with us physically, his divine grace, guidance and teachings continue to uplift and help all who come in contact with him.
“What does it matter where I stay? The eternal energy within me will reach you from wherever you call me and benefit you and the people around you. Understand that I come to you only to do good. If you keep me in your heart, I will come with you in whichever birth you take to do good for you and I will also do good for you in this birth, for as long as you are in your body.”