Today marks the anniversary of Yogananda’s mahasamadhi.
On March 7, 1952, the great guru, Paramahansa Yogananda entered mahasamadhi, a God-illumined master’s conscious exit from the body at the time of physical death.
His passing was marked by an extraordinary phenomenon. A notarized statement signed by the Director of Forest Lawn Memorial -Park testified: “No physical disintegration was visible in his body even twenty days after death….This state of perfect preservation of a body is, so far as we know from mortuary annals, an unparalleled one….Yogananda’s body was apparently in a phenomenal state of immutability.”
Yogananda’s life and teachings are still a vital and thriving source of light, love and truth. His books and CD’s are so inspirational and in alignment with the proper principles of life. “Autobiography of a Yogi,” is one of the most read spiritual books and guides ever written. It opens a doorway to higher consciousness.
“Change your thoughts if you wish to change your circumstances. Since you alone are responsible for your thoughts, only you can change them. You will want to change them when you realize that each thought creates according to its own nature. Remember that the law works at all times and that you are always demonstrating according to the kind of thoughts you habitually entertain.
Therefore, start now to think only those thoughts that will bring you health and happiness.
Thinking, reading and repeating statements of truth with a deep attention will help to clear away negation and to establish a positive attitude in your mind. Repeat your prayers and affirmations with deep concentration until you establish a habit of thought, until it becomes as natural for you to think in the right way as it previously was for you to think negatively.
“He is the cleverest, who finds God,
He is the cleverest, who gives the time to find God,
He is the cleverest, who finds that supreme happiness within,
You can stand unshaken amidst the crash of breaking worlds,
He’s whose peace, the riches of peace, cannot be taken away
by all the robbers of circumstances and trials.”
“Beholding the One in All” by Paramahansa Yogananda 1949
May you find the light of God within and share it with the world.
The Mega Coach