Daya Mata is a devotee of God and a monastic, whose life is wholly given to serving God and humanity through her Guru’s teachings.
Articles for Daya Mata
by Daya Mata: Our next question is, What is Truth? First of all, let us examine what religion is, and what is the path that leads to God.
by Daya Mata: Many questions arise in the minds of those who think about God: What is God? What is the soul? What is Truth?
by Daya Mata: When I was meditating recently, such a powerful inspiration came into my consciousness. You see, I don’t like to make things complicated;
Sri Daya Mata was one of the foremost disciples of Paramahansa Yogananda. A true “Mother of Compassion,”
by Dennis Hevisi: Sri Daya Mata, who for more than five decades was the leader of one of the most influential Hindu groups in the United States and an ardent advocate of the healing power of meditation, died on Tuesday at the group’s retreat for nuns in Los Angeles. She was 96.
by Daya Mata: Many in the world today are filled with tension and insecurity. This is because man has not learned the teaching of Christ: “All they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.”
by Daya Mata: Above all, God-communion is a vital personal necessity to every one of us because in the ultimate sense our happiness and well-being depend on it. Gurudeva teaches us how to attain that experience of God, through meditation and devotion. Let me review, just briefly, some of the points that help the devotee reach […]
by Daya Mata: Gurudeva Paramahansa Yogananda often extolled St. Francis of Assisi as one of the great lovers of Christ, an exemplar of what a follower of Christ should be. In the chapel at SRF International Headquarters Guruji had a vision of St. Francis, and from that vision came the poem we all love so […]
by Daya Mata: More and more people nowadays are realizing the tremendous benefits of meditation. They may read books on this subject or listen to spiritual teachers who advise, “Practice silence; go within.”