"Peace, Love and Unity: A Modest Documentary"
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His Holiness Bhagwan Sri Sri Sri Viswayogi Viswamjee Maharaj is a spiritual humanist who is an embodiment of divine and unconditional love. Universal integration, peace, love, brotherhood, service to needy people and propagation of human values are some of the goals of Bhagwan Sri Sri Sri Viswayogi Viswamjee Maharaj.
In the year 1965, Sri Dattatreya Wadekar Maharaj, a dear disciple of Sri Sridhar Maharaj, gave mantropadesa - a process of spiritual initiation in which the Guru gives to the disciple a mantra - and transmitted all his power to Sri Viswayogi in the same way as Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa gave away all his powers to Sri Vivekananda. From then onwards Sri Viswayogi practiced severe austerities for twenty one years with undivided attention and observing strict celibacy both physically and mentally. While thus engaged he remained free of all traces of ego and attachments of every kind. Through intense yogic sodhana (search) and yogic sadhana (exertion) he became the recipient of the supreme power of awareness. With that he became a Viswayogi and is today regarded as Viswadatta. Out of his boundless compassion, he gave to humanity the mantra - OM SRI SAIRAM GURUDEVA DATTA - which has proved to be a kalpavriksha - a divine wish-fulfilling tree - fulfilling every desire of his disciples.
Swamiji is considered as Lord Dattatreya's Ninth Avathara, Viswambhara who descended, into this world, and into this Universe. He advented in the person of SRI VISWAYOGI Viswamjee Maharaj. He assumed an elemental human body, so that humanity may approximate to divinity and can behold the blissfull form of Brahma(Creator), Vishnu(the Sustainer) and Maheshwara(the annhilator) in one. The Datta Maharaj called Viswayogi Viswamjee as Viswambhara. The great liberated evolved Soul, Kanchi Paramacharya, Sri Chandrasekhara Saraswathy Swami beheld Sri Viswayogi Viswamjee with awe, wonder, mystifying excitement and looked at the lustrous splendour around Sri Viswayogi Viswamjee. The Swamiji got a big sized Rudraksh rosary and bedecked the neck of Sri Viswamjee with the sacred rudraksh garland with adoration, admiration, affection and with affable love. He called and named Viswamjee as "Mahayogi", the greatest of Yogis.
The body of a human being is like a temple, with the heart as the altar. Man worships God not because He would grant them favours, but by doing so, the divine energy within may manifest itself. A person, who through spiritual practices, establishes a permanent relationship with the all-pervading divine energy, himself gains certain powers and uses the same for the welfare of the human family. He is a Yogi.