Sri Yogi Hari

Swami Vishnudevananda

Swami Nadabrahmananda

Sri Yogi Hari is a world-renowned master of Hatha Yoga (control of the energy and prana with the help of asana and pranayama), Raja Yoga (study of the mind and how to control it) and Nada Yoga (the yoga of divine vibration). He spent seven years studying with enlightened masters in the Sivananda ashram with his family, and has since devoted his life to helping others to accelerate their evolution into self-mastery. He is a living embodiment of love in action and exemplifies the ability to reach enlightenment while raising a family. With his divine guidance, one realizes that love is the fabric that weaves the entire universe together and that to be a part of something, one cannot stand apart from it. Like all masters, he teaches that everything is a gift, even the empty box, so that you change your thinking, use your talents and start living your dream right now.

He has authored several books on enlightenment and produced numerous CD’s of mantra chanting and videos on Yoga designed to uplift the human spirit. He founded Sampoorna Yoga, the yoga of fullness, which is predicated on divine ancient yogic principles and the spiritual ideals and teachings of Master Sivananda. He has an ashram in Mirimar, Florida, where he offers various programs designed to accelerate your evolution into self mastery.  To learn more, you can visit

Dr. Ajay Kotwal

Dr. Ajay Kotwal, also known as Samadhi Guru and the Guru-maker, is a world-renowned ascended master from the Himalayan foothills who lives in quiet anonymity and teaches only a select group of samadhi gurus.  He is an enlightened author, healer and a dear friend to all who are fortunate to be blessed and graced with his acquaintance. He desires absolute freedom, bliss and eternal life for mankind and liberation to all living things on this planet. To that end, he helps empower people to live up to their full potential, pursue their dreams and participate in a higher creative consciousness for the benefit of humanity.

He is the founder of University of Life in the Himalayas and Online God Realization. He is a master telepath and astral traveler. He effectively acts as a bridge between the manifest and unmanifest worlds of the saints, yogis, rishis, mystics and great visionaries, helping those still on the earth plane to ground their higher consciousness creations here.

He teaches spiritual enlightenment, meditation, psychic protection, the art of wishcraft (the fulfillment of wishes and desires), healing, astral travel, super natural powers, empowered communication, chakra alignment and blissful living.  To learn more, you can visit

Yogi Ramesh Pandey

Yogi Ramesh Pandey is a celebrity mystic, internal celebrity Guru to the Stars and one of the most famous laughing yogi's in the world. He is originally from India and started  practicing yoga at the age of 5 in the Himalayan mountains and has been practicing yoga for over 55 years with the goal of spreading divine love, joy and peace for self-realization. He founded the Universal Temple of Yoga and Inner Peace in Paramount, California  in 1997 and he has appeared on countless television shows and the news, including CNN.  He has his own Laughing Yoga Cable Show for over 15 years now in Los Angeles. 

He has taught many doctors and patients in various hospitals around the world about the medical benefits of laughter, helping countless people successfully ween off anti-depressants and other psychotropic drugs and live a peaceful blissful life. 

He also currently runs a Laughing Club in Downey and Paramount California and he is now acting in commercials and movies. He has acted and produced various short films and recently acted in a Qualcomm commercial that went viral on the internet. He recently acted in a movie with Tom Cruise and his videos often go viral on Youtube.

His laughter is truly infectious and I can say that with firm conviction because every time he calls me of leaves a message laughing I am instantly lifted into a blissful giddy state. To learn more you can visit

Our Gurus

The Mystery of Enlightenment

by Beth Rosen

Copyright © 2010

Love takes you beyond your limits until you

realize you have no limits

The sages, prophets and mystics throughout time have taught that the only limits we have are the ones we place on ourselves. They seem to accomplish extraordinary miracles and superhuman feats. Yet they insist that they are merely a reflection of who we are if we would only open our minds and hearts. So how do we do that?

The first thing to realize is that life is meant to be lived. So if you’re watching from the sidelines, you’ll miss out on the greatest game there is. Sure it’s a roller coaster ride filled with eye-opening experiences, some that leave you filled with joy and others that leave you broken-hearted. But despite those heart-wrenching moments, as you become more enlightened, you begin to realize that you can bring light to the darker moments and illuminate the world.

So what exactly is enlightenment? It’s a bit of a mystery. It’s not as if one day someone turns the light switch on, you’re suddenly enlightened and all is perfect in your life. Rather it’s a gradual process of bringing awareness to things, including yourself and others, so that you can make conscious choices in order to live a richer and more fulfilling life.

The key is to follow your heart and not someone else. Love ultimately takes you beyond your limits until you realize you have no limits. When you direct your energy and attention to the things that make your spirit soar, you discover the wings you always had and inevitably break free from all limited and preconceived notions of who you really are.

The Gift of Guru Disciple Relationship

by Beth Rosen

Copyright © 2010

When you learn from a master,

you move much faster

It is considered one of the greatest blessings in life to meet an enlightened master who takes a genuine interest in the acceleration of your evolution to self-mastery and is willing to meet you where you are and initiate you as his disciple.

The mystical relationship between a guru and disciple cannot be explained so easily to the intellectual mind. Rather, it is an unbreakable bond that transcends time and space, form and formlessness, gently guiding the disciple, moment to moment, through his journey to self-realization and mastery. When the conditions are ripe, the guru is able to connect his pure mind and pure heart to the disciple, to assist him in breaking down the steel doors that are barricading him from realizing his dreams.

With the divine grace of the guru, the disciple is able to transcend all limitations of mind, body, intellect and emotions, and step into a world of abundance where anything is possible. And when the disciple is ready, he will become a living embodiment of love in action just like the guru.

Master Sivananda

Sri Swami Sivananda was an extremely dedicated and sympathetic doctor in Malaysia. He was known for his heart of gold and his miraculous cures in hopeless cases. When he became aware that the main cause of people’s suffering was due to ignorance and that he was administering to the effect of disease rather than to the cause of it, he turned his attention to the spiritual path and became a world-renowned yogi, saint and sage.

He spent ten years with his guru in the Himalayas in the town of Rishikesh, otherwise known as “the home of the sages,” and devoted the rest of his life to the alleviation of suffering and the dissemination of spiritual knowledge, Vedantic philosophy and the divine gift of Yoga to the world. To that end, he founded the Sivananda Asthram in 1932, the Divine Life Society in 1936 and the Sivananda Ayurvedic Pharmacy in 1945.

He was a prolific author, having written over 200 books. His teachings continue to transform the lives of people from all nationalities, creeds and religions, and his legacy continues to have a profound ability to uplift the consciousness of humanity, as can be seen by the myriad of Sivananda Ashrams that have been established around the globe and the rapid spread of yogic ideals into Western society.

His teachings can be summed up in the following phrase, “Serve, love, give, purify, meditate, realize.”  Sri Swami Sivananda died and entered Mahasamadhi in 1963.

The Satguru

While serving in the Indian army, Swami Vishnudevananda, only 18 years old at the time, came across the “20 Spiritual Instructions” written by Master Sivananda and was so inspired by the message, “an ounce of practice is better than tons of theory,” that he traveled all the way to Rishikesh to join the Divine Life Society and become a close disciple of Master Sivananda. He served as a professor of Hatha Yoga at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Forest Academy where he trained various Indian and Western students in the disciplines and ideals of yoga.

With the blessings of his guru, he had limitless energy and flew around the world founding the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers, which now include over twenty yoga centers and seven ashrams. This earned him the title of “the flying guru.” He also created the first Sivananda Yoga Teachers’ Training Course, which has successfully trained over 8000 certified teachers in the disciplines and ideals of yoga and spirituality.

Genuinely concerned with the direction the world was heading, he also founded the True World Order, which is dedicated to promoting world peace, understanding, happiness and vegetarian diet. He was a brilliant author and accredited for summarizing the ancient teachings of yoga into the five principles of yoga: proper exercise, proper breathing, proper relaxation, proper vegetarian diet and meditation.

Sri Yogi Hari was introduced to Swami Vishnudevananda while attending the Yoga Teachers Congress in the Bahamas, at which time he and his family were invited to join Swami Vishnudevananda as part of the Sivananda family.

Swami Vishnudevananda’s motto was “Health is wealth. Peace of mind is happiness.” He died and entered Mahasamadhi in November 9, 1993.

Selected Bibliography on Gurus:

The Divine Life Society

International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers

Sampoorna Yoga


Swami Nadabrahmananda was a musician who spent 17 years  performing austerities and disciplines under the direction of enlightened masters. In keeping with Indian traditions, he retired to the Sivananda Ashram in Rishikesh in 1959 and took a vow of renunciation. There he perfected the yoga of divine vibration, otherwise known as Nada Yoga. He could immerse himself in the music from the spheres and perform beautiful music on the tabla, harmonium and swaramandala to enchant and uplift the soul. He was a loving man whose mere presence created an atmosphere of joy. Swami Nadabrahmananda took a personal interest in Sri Yogi Hari’s innate musical talent and spent 14 years teaching and transmitting to him the divine blessings of Nada Yoga.

He died and entered Mahasmadhi on May 30, 1993 at the age of 98.

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