A JOURNEY YOU WON'T FORGET
Darshan, in its most literal translation, means ‘divine sight’. It is the very experience of seeing and being seen by the Divine. To have the darshan of a fully-realised Master is a rare, special and incredibly personal experience.
Be seen as Paramahamsa Vishwananda, a fully realised Master, looks into your eyes, showering unconditional Divine Love upon you.
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‘His love brought me to tears for the first time. I have not experienced this pure deep love before like this. This is the miracle I was praying for.’ Bill, USA
‘After darshan, my 85-year-old grandmother was crying. I asked her why. She said she realised that God was looking at her and she was looking into God’s eyes.’ Sathya Gerzow, Germany
‘Since I had my first darshan four years ago, I’ve discovered how powerful it is and how every darshan is different from another. It brings real changes in my mind and soul, and these changes, little by little, bring new things, people, and opportunities into my life.’ Silvia Scarpellini, Italy
WHAT IS DARSHAN?
Paramahamsa Vishwananda looks directly at your soul and gives you a glimpse of the Divine; each darshan helps clear the path for you to move closer to experiencing Divine Love.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF DARSHAN?
Darshan gives you a glimpse of the Divine; each darshan helps clear the path for you to move closer to the goal of Divine Love.
WHAT DO I GET FROM DARSHAN?
For some, it’s a blessing. For others, it’s a transformation or healing. Most importantly, it is a sharing of Love. It’s purifying; anything can happen.
WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE?
Each person’s experience will be unique to them. Whether you feel something profound or nothing at all, something deep inside of you is being touched, whether you realise it or not.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
While there is no strict dress code, we do ask you to come dressed modestly.
WHAT DO I DO DURING DARSHAN?
Paramahamsa Vishwananda will take a few minutes to look at each person in attendance. Yes, including you. If you have a question for Him, you can write it on a piece of paper (make it bold, clear, and legible) and hold it up for Him to see. He might invite you to chant a mantra such as ‘sri vitthala giridhari parabramhane namaha’.
After He’s done, He’ll give you a short meditation and then ask you to look into His eyes. At the end of darshan, stay in silence for a little while. Paramahamsa Vishwanada often returns to talk to everyone at the very end.
WHY DO WE ASK FOR DONATIONS?
Your donations allow us to continue serving Paramahamsa Vishwanada’s mission including the cost of hosting online darshans, His regular satsangs, and more.
There is no charge to receive the blessing, however, donations are always welcomed. Donations should always come from the heart - as an expression of gratitude for the gift you have received.