Swami Mukundananda

In an age where spiritual awakening and knowledge has taken significant importance, Swami Mukundananda has been working tirelessly to help people march forward on the path of Bhakti. His lectures, words of wisdom, guidance and quotes are most sought after by devotees, seekers, students and people from all walks of life.

Swamiji’s training as an engineer and management graduate appeals very highly to the intelligentsia who like to learn spirituality with as scientific approach. His unique and highly methodical system of presenting the true philosophy about God is extremely rare to find in today’s world. Even the most erudite find answers to the toughest questions when explained with remarkable clarity of thought by Swamiji. His presence radiates love for the Divine and for all the souls who approach him for guidance. His ability to find time for almost every person who seeks his help is astonishing. He continues to be an inspiring beacon for many hundreds of thousands followers on the path towards God the world over.

Swami Mukundananda is a renowned bhakti yog saint, yoga teacher, and a senior disciple of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. He is the pioneer of the ground breaking Yogic system, “Jagadguru Kripaluji Yog”.

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The Power of Thoughts

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If we focus on transforming our thoughts instead, incredible results will accrue from a fraction of the efforts. Since all aspects of our life are so strongly linked to our thoughts, we have much to gain by deepening our understanding of them. When you focus on revolutionising your thoughts-the most fundamental aspect of inner personality-you will discover yourself evolving to divine heights to fulfil the purpose of your life.

Bhagavad Gita

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For any science to be useful, it must address two aspects—theory and practice. The Bhagavad Gita not only provides a deep philosophical understanding of the world, or Brahma Vidya, but it also describes clear-cut techniques to implement spiritual precepts in everyday life. This is why it is also called Yog Shastra—it deals with methodologies for the application of spiritual knowledge, such as Karm Yog, Jnana Yog, and Bhakti Yog.

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Extracts from Swamiji’s literature and Commentary

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The Nature of Thoughts

What are thoughts? They are subtle bundles of energy created in the factory of the mind. The atmosphere around us is full of energy waves that are invisible to the naked eye. If we take a radio set and rotate the channel tuner, broadcasting stations appear in quick succession to reveal their existence. Radio waves are there though we cannot see them. Similarly, thoughts too are subtle waves generated by the mind.

Excerpt from The Science of Mind Management

Conquer the Mind

We dissipate a large portion of our thought power and energy in combating people whom we perceive as enemies and potentially harmful to us. The Vedic scriptures say the biggest enemies—lust, anger, greed, envy, illusion, etc.—reside in our own mind. For those who have conquered the mind, it is their friend. For those who have failed to do so, the mind works like an enemy.

Bhagavad Gita, The Song of God

Why should we meditate?

Meditation as the best practice to develop Self Control and WillPower in our lives. It is the only one such practice that brings our mind and body into focus and control which will help us develop Will Power quickly.

Spiritual Dialectics

Excerpt: The Science of Mind Management by Swami Mukundananda

2nd October 2020, HT

We have seen how we are what our mind is for our consciousness is tied to it. Therefore, we need to purify …

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How we handle rejection is far more important than how we treat victory: Swami Mukundananda

26th September 2020, TOI

It’s truly said that if you conquer your mind, you can conquer the world. The mind …

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Insight into the Life and Teachings of Swami Mukundananda


About Swamiji

Journey and His Mission

Decoding the Mind

Harnessing the Power of the Mind


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