Sivananda's Personality - 31.


The Master himself considered everyone as his Guru. He tried to learn from whomsoever he could, in whatever little way he could. He often declared openly that his own disciples were his Gurus. "I have learnt many lessons from them," he would say.

During the Yoga-Vedanta classes at the Ashram, the Master listened to the lectures of even baby souls. Frequently he pulled up a slumbering aspirant, "Do you keep notes of the important points that you hear during the class?"

Sri N. Ananthanarayanan
 To be continued  ...

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