Brahmarishi Guruvanand due in Auckland on March 12

Public meeting at Swaminarayan complex at 3 pm

Venkat Raman

Auckland, February 27, 2023

One of the most popular spiritual leaders with millions of followers worldwide is to visit Auckland next fortnight, after a gap of three years.

Vishvasant Brahmrishi Guruvanand, who is revered as Brahmrishi, Gurudev and Guruji, will address a public meeting at 3 pm on Sunday, March 12, 2023 at the Swaminarayan Complex, located at 1/12 Wentworth Avenue, Papatoetoe, Auckland.

Laxmi Jhunjhnuwala, a Trustee of the World Spiritual Forum NZ, which is organising the visit and the public meeting described Brahmrishi as ‘The Greatest Divine Master,’ and that the destiny of many people has changed for the better after attending his discourses.

“Gurudev is an epitome of kindness and his ever-smiling face brings solace and comfort to people. The only religion that he preaches is that of Peace- internal and external. His speeches have transformed people to embrace concepts of non-violence, humility, understanding and goodwill and pursue a life of prosperity and happiness. He is one of a kind,” she said.

While attending his public meetings is bliss in itself, a private session, made possible only with his approval, begins a life of self-realisation and satisfaction. It spurs piety, and touches the core of the human heart, along with a volley of emotions.

Hundreds of people long to visit him at the residence of Sudesh and Laxmi Jhunjhnuwala in Auckland and they say that ‘Guruji personifies Divinity, Mercy and Grace, charging the environment with positive vibes.’

Discover Serenity and Divinity: Brahmarishi Guruvanand (INL Photo)

Powerful Presence

Millions of devotees across the Continents are spellbound by the magnetism of his voice and the power of his presence at every gathering- be it a large meeting of 25,000 people or a home-sitting of five persons. At each of these, his message comes through loud and clear: “Self-Realisation helps a person to achieve a better perception of the world and its affairs; that human relationship need not be as complex as it looks.”

Brahmarishi is a Saint who respects his people; that is demonstrated at every meeting that he addresses. He speaks of the Universe, this World, its people, other living beings, human vicissitudes and sufferings. People realise that he is a highly evolved Spiritual Master imbued with tremendous power and a unique Divine Gift to humanity in the modern age of spiritual turmoil and tussle.

Spiritual leaders promote the universality of humankind, not specific religious beliefs and thoughts. True to this precept, Brahmarishi explains the significance of achieving harmony and peace within the self, at home, in the neighbourhood, in the community, the society, the country and the world.

The Happiness Mantra

“Happiness is not elusive to those who try and reach it,” is his Mantra:

The time to be happy is now and the place to be happy is here

And the way to be happy is to make someone happy

And to have a little heaven right here

And to have a little heaven right here

“Live a beautiful life, so beautiful that its fragrance eternally permeates and pervades the memory of your fellow sojourners in the journey of life.”

Brahmarishi says that people have the responsibility to imbibe the serenity and the depth of the meaning for the Divine Teachings in their inner and external lives.

“In the tapestry of life, weave a story that is so inspiring and so meaningful that posterity can say with pride that you were indeed the heir of the ‘Santana Dharma,’ the eternal Dharma of the great Masters of the past. Your thoughts and actions today are indelible links that connect the great shining past and the glorious future unfolding of the Divine Life, of which you are an integral part,” he said.

Compassionate Guru

Residents of New Zealand and visitors, who had an opportunity to converse, even briefly, with him, would agree that the Brahmarishi is full of compassion and love, combined with humility and simplicity. They would have also realised that he is one of the most revered and accomplished saints of the contemporary world.

Defying his age (82) Guruvanand is a globetrotter, travelling to various countries in different time zones and yet retaining freshness, charm and alacrity. The IIT (Indian Institute of Technology`) topper, Master of the Four Vedas, a linguist and a symbol of resplendence, he brings together people of all faiths, propagating the philosophy of ‘Religion should unite and not divide humankind.’

His teachings are well founded on tenets of the innate goodness of every person, transcending barriers of race, religion, language and other man-made barriers. He believes that everyone has something to contribute to the progress and prosperity of the human race as a whole.

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