Living 4D with Paul Chek

EP 44 - Sanjay Rawal: Deep Spirituality and Sri Chinmoy

August 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 44
Living 4D with Paul Chek
EP 44 - Sanjay Rawal: Deep Spirituality and Sri Chinmoy
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Living 4D with Paul Chek
EP 44 - Sanjay Rawal: Deep Spirituality and Sri Chinmoy
Aug 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 44
Paul Chek
How can anyone find inner peace by moving to New York City? Documentary filmmaker Sanjay Rawal describes his spiritual path and much more in this Living 4D episode.
Show Notes

Before he became a documentary filmmaker, Sanjay Rawal was a seeker of knowledge. So much so, that after graduating from University of California-Berkeley, he looked to guidance to fill the gaping hole in his heart.

Sanjay describes how he found the path to inner peace in the most unlikely place —the streets of New York City — his spiritual work with Sri Chinmoy and his work as a documentary filmmaker in this Living 4D episode.

Learn more about Sanjay’s work on Instagram at @mrsanjayr and @3100film.

Show Notes

  • “I'm one of just a handful of people who moved to New York City to find inner peace.” (5:07)
  • Sanjay made his first film, Ocean Monk, about 18 months after the passing of Sri Chinmoy, who remains a profound influence on Sanjay’s life. (12:57)
  • Are you a soul who possesses a body, or a body that possesses a mind, a set of emotions and a soul? (27:05)
  • What does the quote, “My soul is a bird of fire…” mean to you? (29:25)
  • Using the Heart Chakra to access the realm of the infinite. (35:46)
  • Silence is more powerful than sound. (44:53)
  • So long as you have faith in something, you’re a Hindu which is very different from the myopic ways Western religions operate. (52:11)
  • In Sanjay’s latest documentary, 3100: Run and Become, running merges with spirituality. (1:01:09)
  • “Physical pursuits can connect more directly with the soul's reality than most religions care to even pursue.” (1:04:48)
  • “Do you want to love power or do you want to be harnessed by the power of love? These are diametrically opposed realities.” (1:13:39)

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