Inspired by an early photograph of Bhagavan Nityananda as a young man, this sculpture shows him garlanded and sitting in meditation after the transition from an illuminated boy named Ram into the spiritual teacher and Guru named Swami Nityananda. ‘Nityananda’ means ‘the bliss of the eternal.’ Once asked about his spiritual journey toward enlightenment, he replied, “all was completed in the womb.”
For some meditative bliss, please enjoy 'Om Namo Bhagavate Nityanandaya' - Voices, instrumentation, and video created by Leo Dale. 40 min.
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