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Sri Anandamayi Ma - Sad Vani; A Collection Of The Teaching Of Sri Anandamayi Ma [1935]

Sri Anandamayi Ma - Sad Vani; A Collection Of The Teaching Of Sri Anandamayi Ma [1935]

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A remarkable God-realized woman. Paramhansa Yogananda wrote about her in his Autobiography of a Yogi. His meeting with her is recounted in the chapter titled The Bengali "Joy-Permeated Mother", where she explains her background:

"Father, there is little to tell." She spread her graceful hands in a deprecatory gesture. "My consciousness has never associated itself with this temporary body. Before I came on this earth, Father, I was the same. As a little girl, I was the same. I grew into womanhood, but still I was the same. When the family in which I had been born made arrangements to have this body married, 'I was the same... And, Father, in front of you now, I am the same. Ever afterward, though the dance of creation change[s] around me in the hall of eternity, I shall be the same."

During her life, she attracted thousands of followers who saw her not only as a teacher and Guru, but as a manifestation of God. The is the first collection of Sri Anandamayi Ma's teachings to appear in print, originally in Bengali, in 1935 as recorded by Bhaiji (probably Sri Ma's closest disciple, who understood her best).
A remarkable God-realized woman. Paramhansa Yogananda wrote about her in his Autobiography of a Yogi. His meeting with her is recounted in the chapter titled The Bengali "Joy-Permeated Mother", where she explains her background:

"Father, there is little to tell." She spread her graceful hands in a deprecatory gesture. "My consciousness has never associated itself with this temporary body. Before I came on this earth, Father, I was the same. As a little girl, I was the same. I grew into womanhood, but still I was the same. When the family in which I had been born made arrangements to have this body married, 'I was the same... And, Father, in front of you now, I am the same. Ever afterward, though the dance of creation change[s] around me in the hall of eternity, I shall be the same."

During her life, she attracted thousands of followers who saw her not only as a teacher and Guru, but as a manifestation of God. The is the first collection of Sri Anandamayi Ma's teachings to appear in print, originally in Bengali, in 1935 as recorded by Bhaiji (probably Sri Ma's closest disciple, who understood her best).

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