Vivekananda – The Most Powerful person ever in the world..

Swami Vivekananda, born Narendranath Datta, was an Indian Hindu monk. He was a chief disciple of the 19th-century Indian mystic Ramakrishna. 

Born: 12 January 1863, kolkata

Died: 4 July 1902, Belur math , Howrah

Full name: Narendra Nath Datta

Guru: Ramakrishna paramahamsa

Ramakrishna Paramahamsa

After many such tests, Narendra started accepting Ramakrishna as his spiritual teacher. He remained with Ramakrishna till Ramakrishna’s death in 1886. In the five years since 1882, he closely observed Ramakrishna and took spiritual teachings from him. Ramakrishna found Narendra a Dhyana-sidha (expert in meditation).

Swami Vivekananda is best known for his groundbreaking speech to the 1893 World’s Parliament of Religions in which he introduced Hinduism to America and called for religious tolerance.

His meditations.

He described “meditation” as a bridge that connects human soul to the God. He defined “meditation” as a state “when the mind has been trained to remain fixed on a certain internal or external location, there comes to it the power of flowing in an unbroken current, as it were, towards that point.”

Trataka Meditation

This technique is a wonderful way to train your eyes to relax, softly closed, while you focus between your eyebrows. It especially benefits anyone who sits in front of a computer all day, which weakens the eye muscles significantly over time. In fact, children today will probably all be wearing glasses at an early age if they continue to stare at monitors all day, especially without filters.This is the best way to train your child to focus while they also strengthen their eyes.

He have had great success treating children who were completely out of control just by teaching them how to focus on an object. He also had them write down all their associations during these short sessions as part of their reading and writing skills training. All the children whom he have been lucky enough to teach this method to have been helped enormously. Their grades improved significantly.Even if you are not trying this technique, it is relaxing to have a candle burning in a dark room when you first begin to meditate.

Until you have practiced and relaxed your mind enough to pay attention to what you are doing, having your eyes closed can be helpful. But as you continue your practice, you will definitely want to be able to meditate with your eyes open without being distracted by your surroundings. We are each filled with light in the same way as a candle. When we enter into meditation, it is not uncommon to see a bright white light between the eyebrows. Just relax and absorb it. Don’t be afraid of the images your mind brings into focus.

Swami Vivekananda, a spiritual idol for millions, devoted his life to contemplation. In his entire journey, he kept himself away from worldly pleasures. We present to you a collection of some all-time famous quotes by Swami Vivekananda in this Quotabulary article.

Swami Vivekananda had an enormous inclination towards spirituality and the existence of god. As he plunged into this life of contemplation, he adopted a rationale behaviour in reviving and promoting Hinduism in India. Although this great personality died in the year 1902, his teachings continue to spread knowledge and enlighten people.His vision and thoughtfulness was spread through his famous saying about life, god, fear, and love.

“Strength is the sign of vigor, the sign of life, the sign of hope, the sign of health, and the sign of everything that is good. As long as the body lives, there must be strength in the body, strength in the mind, strength in the hand.”

– Vivekananda

“Loka samasta sukhino bhavanthu”..

Published by Prathapan SR( Hari )

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