Denali: a Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom
Sri Chinmoy strongly believed that the world was one big family, and he came up with countless initiatives to bring to the fore this message of inner and outer peace. One of these initiatives was the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms Programme - in which thousands of cities, countries, natural and architectural wonders were dedicated to Peace, including famous landmarks such as Niagara Falls and the Sydney Opera House.
Denali, in Alaska, is the highest peak in the USA, and in North America. It was dedicated a Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom in July 1993. This year, we redesigned the commemorative plaque and it now has a new location - the Talkeetna Roadhouse - where travellers can reflect on the ideals of peace as they view this sparkling natural jewel.
Founded in 1917 as a respite for frontiersmen, the Talkeetna Roadhouse is listed on the US National Historic Register, and today is still popular as a stopping point and base camp for travelers and climbers on their Denali expeditions.
First-hand experiences of meditation and spirituality.
All I needed was the Supreme, and I would always winPragati Pascale New York, United States
The connection between Sri Chinmoy's music and my soulKamalakanta Nieves New York, United States
Meditation: Touching The InfiniteJogyata Dallas Auckland, New Zealand
A barrage of Candy BulletsJogyata Dallas Auckland, New Zealand
If a little meditation can give you this kind of experience...Pragya Gerig Nuremberg, Germany
Your life's responsibilities compel you to develop inner strengthPradhan Balter Chicago, United States
Learning to follow my intuitionSaranyu Pearson Geelong, Australia
The first time that I really understood that I had a soulJogyata Dallas Auckland, New Zealand
A 40-Year BlessingSarama Minoli New York, United States
If I can smile like that, it's worth becoming a discipleMahatapa Palit New York, United States
Just go with it and jump!Gabriele Settimi San Diego, United States
Seeing the God inside my sonUtsahi St-Armand Ottawa, Canada
The Random DogToshala Elliott Auckland, New Zealand
interviews with Sri Chinmoy's students