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Swami Ji’s Messages

Love - The First Step Towards Enlightenment

 "People treat me as their Guru or father. After conversing with them at times, I come to know that most of them have disowned their parents. This is not Bhakti (spirituality). Spiritualism teaches you to shower your unconditional love on the people you don't even know. Disowning one's own parents or loved ones only keeps you away from being spiritual.

Make a promise to yourself to take care of people who count on you. Give them your unconditional love. This is the first step toward...

Biography in brief

In 6th grade, Chamunda Swami-Ji, left his home in Jalandhar, Punjab, India to pursue a life of spiritual study and training with his Guru, Shri Rattan Pindorvi-Ji. Both left for the town called Shri Hargobindpur in Punajb (India), practicing ancient meditative and yogic disciplines. Rigorous training lasted from sunrise to sunset in the Temple of Lord Shiva found in the Shri Hargobindpur town.

 

It was here he came to discover the understanding for and the reverence of a spiritual teacher, or guru. As part of his sacred spiritual practice, known as sadhana, it was...

His Holiness Shri Chamunda Swami Ji

"I help you believe in yourself" ~ His Holiness Shri Chamunda Swami Ji

Those who meet him call it a gift. Others say its his lifetime of training. He calls it his life's healing work. Regardless, Swami Ji has a very real affect on understanding and serving those who seek direction. Many said Swami Ji is a person who never asks of one's challenges but senses and perceives discomfort and assists in powerful way. "He has a mother instinct. When a child is hungry, a mother feeds the child without being asked for food. The same with...

Swami Ji’s days of Tapaysa (Intense Sadhna)

This time arrived in 1975 as Chamunda Swami Ji's spiritual evolution began in intensive healing practices. He describes this as his period of intense spiritual focus and energy; minimal familial obligations allowed for his full energy to redirect in spirituality. Swami Ji set out on travels to Nepal, Mount Abu in Rajstathan (India), Guwahati Kamakhaya Devi, and Rishikesh, learning from sages, revered leaders and gurus. He embarked on a journeys that took him to different pilgrimage and shrines all over India. During these trips, he met with several Rishis, Gurus and Pundits, who...