Sri Ramakrishna lived much of his life seeing God everywhere, experiencing the Divine Reality as an overwhelming reality. Much of it he was unable describe, try as he did. But when he could, his disciples were breathless as he described his experiences, while his face was beaming with indescribable joy.
A collection of the super-sensuous experiences of Sri Ramakrishna, mostly gathered from the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna and Ramakrishna: The Great Master.
Preface and Foreword The Visions of Sri Ramakrishna
1) To the End of Formal Worship
2) From Dakshineshwar to Kamarpukur and Back
3) Sadhana under the Brahmani
4) Forms, the Formless, and Forms Again
5) From the Pilgrimage to the Vision of Christ
6) The Coming of Disciples- in Vision and in Flesh
Six Lighted Windows is a moving and inspirational remembrance of six of the most dedicated teachers and spiritual guides of the Ramakrishna Order who were called to serve in the West.
Following in the wake of Swami Vivekananda in his mission to America and the West, these remarkable men left their native India to help found monasteries and religious communities in cities as diverse as New York, London, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and even Hollywood. They are Swamis Yatiswarananda, Prabhavananda, Ashokananda, Nikhilananda, Madhavananda, and Ghanananda.
In every instance, their devotion to the teachings of Sri Ramakrishna helped to spread the truth of Vedanta in the Western world.
Having had the rare privilege of serving all these master religious teachers during the course of his own spiritual evolution. Swami Yogeshananda was ideally situated to experience firsthand both the warmth and the profundity of their human presence. His memoirs are an inspiring gift to all followers of Vedanta and a vital document in the history of Vedanta in the West.
Vedanta Media is happy to present the full book read by its author: