Despite the amazing advancements made in science and technology, we have made little progress towards unraveling the mystery of the human mind. What is the mind? How does it influence our lives? Can we really control our mind and thereby change how we perceive the world? Although modern-day experts may find it difficult to answer these questions, those who are masters of the ancient science of yoga hold a key that unlocks the mind's mystery.
Message from Gurudev Paramahamsa Hariharananda
Until and unless you get calmness, you cannot get divinity. So calmness and divinity are one. You are to get calmness. You will have to do some work, and from the work you will get some knowledge. When you have become educated, then you can work in the office; the result of your knowledge is money, which is your livelihood. Then you will get peace of mind, bliss and joy.
In a fascinating analogy between the outer universe and the human body, Paramahamsa Prajnanananda, a highly advanced yogi, reveals how we can find everlasting happiness within ourselves. Did you know that the Himalayas, the world's tallest mountains, are also present within your own body? Did you know that the stars and all the galaxies are reflected in your inner sky? Did you every realise that there are hundreds of rivers coursing through your nervous system and that the most powerful river of all lies untapped?