Miracle Healings

"Many Christian and Hindu Saints have cured people through their own faith" says Swami Vishwananda.
So many healings occured through the prayers of Swami Vishwananda.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Sri Swami Vishwananda Speaks of getting in touch with the Spiritual Body

Colourful painted Easter eggs are displayed at a local Easter market in Bad Toelz

Excerpt from Sri Swami Vishwananda's talk on Easter Sunday 2011 in Shree Peetha Nilaya's Chapel:

"...And you see the humility of Christ through death, through taking the Cross, and then on the third day showing that He is beyond the body, showing that God is beyond life and death. So He Resurrected, again. He became alive, again, to show that within the body of man lies the spiritual body and when one is in touch with that spiritual body, one is connected with the Christ within. One gets awakened within one’s Self the Christ. That’s what Christ said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Light. There is no other way than me to the Father”, which means until one becomes like the Son of God.

Likewise, if one doesn’t become like all the Saints who have become One with Christ, Realisation or the Fullness of the Mystery of God is hidden to the eyes of man, is hidden to the mind of man. Only when we are in Communion with Christ, when we are in Communion with the Divine and when this Love is awakened – not a love that we comprehend here in the mind, but a Love which is far deep within One’s Self – from the depth of your heart this Love gets awakened, then Christ acts through each one."

~~~ Sri Swami Vishwananda

"...when one is in touch with that spiritual body, one is connected with the Christ within" and only then can we heal ourselves when "...the Fullness of the Mystery of God..." is no longer hidden from us. Then we can heal ourselves through our faith.

Evening prayers take place Tuesday through Friday at 7:30 PM and Saturday at 6:30 PM in the beautiful icon-filled Chapel at Shree Peetha Nilaya. Please come join us in celebrating prayers to St. Panteleimon, St. Nicholas, All the Saints & Martyrs, Mother Mary and for Saturday Liturgy in the Russian Orthodox tradition. All are welcome!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing Swami's Easter Message for those of us who are far away physically. This message is beautiful and wonderfully venerates Christ Jesus and the human soul in its essence.-Utpalavati