WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Sathya Gerzow, Germany
“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."
“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.”
“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.”
Darshan means ‘divine sight’: the experience of seeing and being seen by the Divine. Paramahamsa Vishwananda’s darshan is an extraordinary event in which He looks deeply into the eyes of each person who attends.
Even if you are new to spirituality, darshan can be a beautiful way to connect with your inner self and feel a deeper sense of purpose and meaning in your life. It is a unique and powerful experience that can bring great joy and fulfillment to those who are open to it.
‘When you come for darshan and when I look at your soul, at that moment what I see is your Self, your True Self. And what I see is the beauty of what you hold inside you. That’s what I want you to see and that’s what I want you to realise for yourself.’
– Paramahamsa Vishwananda