Guru  - Talks by  Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Guru - Talks by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

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Author: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Publisher: Art of Living Publication
Year: 2011
Language: English
Pages: 185
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788192179896


The Path with the guru is an indescribable, Joyous Journey, filled with Laughter, Challenges and Questions. Some of these are : “What is a guru? What is the role of a Guru? What is the role of A disciple? “This book is to dispel the doubts of those who are new on the path, for experienced seekers in search of fresh insights; and for anyone who wants simply to rejoice in the presence of His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar through his inimitable. The book can be read from front to back, or according to questions you find most relevant. The one who collects information is a student. But information is not wisdom. Just by having a lot of information, once cannot grow. That information cannot affect a big change. A disciple follows the example of the master, but the disciple is with the master for the sake of learning wisdom and improving his life or for the sake of attaining enlightenment. And then there is a devotee. A devotee is not there even for wisdom. He is simply rejoicing in love. He has fallen in deep love with the master, with the infinity and with God. He doesn’t care whether he gets enlightened or not. But every moment he is immersed in divine love. That is enough for him or her. A devotee is very rare to find.


1. Big Mind 2. Invocation: Dakshinamurti 3. Whi is a Guru 4. How can one find Guru 5. What is it to be in the Company of the Master? 6. How to Practice 7. How can I Overcome obstacles on the Path? 8. How to Pass Through Longing? 9. Coming Close to the Master 10. Devotion 11. Message 12. Tripti 13. Gratitude 14. Honouring the Master 15. Honouring the Tradition 16. Guru Dakshina 17. Honouring Wisdom 18. Conclusion