Here are some links to sites that I regularly visit - these sites represent the views and thoughts of spiritual masters that have inspired me over the years. The list is in chronological order - the order in which I was exposed to the works and influences of these divinities.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba
A must see site for all Sai devotees. When I was growing up in India, Sai Baba was (and still is) one of the most revered deities in our household. I have been fortunate enough to actually be in his presence a few times - twice in New Delhi, once in Srinagar. As far as I am concerned, he does indeed represent the highest divinity.
Swami Vivekananda
A great thinker who revived hinduism for Indians. Why do we differ - Vivekananda explains. He also reminds us of our duty to masses in his letter to the Maharaja of Mysore. I have recently scanned some pictures of Vivekananda - enjoy!
Krishnamurti Foundation of America
Jiddu Krishnamurti, simply called "K" by his admirers, was a thinking man's thinker. He had a most intriguing approach to life and how to live it. I have read several of his works ; most of which are very hard to read and literally force you to slow down and think about what you are reading.
Parmahansa Yogananda - Self Realization Fellowship
His awe-inspiring "Autobiography of a Yogi" is a must read for all those who are intrigued by eastern spirituality and how it works. It is indeed a most intense and uplifting experience to read the thoughts and ideas of this great man. One of the highlights of my recent visits to San Diego was a trip to the headquarters of the SRF in Encinitas - what a wondrous and peaceful location!
Friends of Osho
An excellent site maintained by the followers of one of the most controversial spiritual teachers of this century. I am in the process of reading "Heartbeat of the Absolute - A commentary on the Upanishads", written by him. His "Book of Meditation" has also helped me to pick a method of meditation suitable to me. I wish I had had the opportunity to meet him before he passed onto a higher plane.
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