Mahatma Gandhi – Iconic Spiritual Leader

One of the most prolific conscientious spiritual leaders of our time, Mahatma Gandhi, born in October 1869 and assassinated in 1948 at 78 years old.

His life was an example of a relentless pursuit for peace and justice and he achieved this through organising non-violent civil disobedience in massive numbers.  The most remarkable aspect of this being is that he was able to command the attention of millions of people.  He lived a frugal life, had no material, political or monetary powers and was able to achieve global participation and respect.  It could only be his energy and heightened spirituality working through him which achieved such a monumental result.

This is a great illustration of the greatness which resides in each and everyone of us, the potential to achieve the seemingly impossible when we recognise and tap into our spirit.  Just imagine your own possibilities if you choose to utilise your own potential for greatness, as you’ll find that respecting and collaborating with your spirit, there are no limits.

Gandhi – His Triumph Changed The World Forever (film trailer)

When a spiritual leader like this comes about, it is easy to see his appeal, as he has the bravery and courage to stand up for basic human rights and justice, a trait that many would never entertain.  Our natural spiritual beings embodies love and we are all equal, and deep down, we all know this, but many choose to fight it through conditioning and brainwashing.  It is easy to show respect to any individual who pursues truth and righteousness, as Gandhi represents and demonstrates the consciousness of all of us.

Even to this day, his legacy lives on as collective consciousness are moving in the wave of awakening and positive energy.  The world as it is today is spiralling into self destruct and it is not going unnoticed as more and more people are waking up to their spiritual relevance  and power.

Famous Quotes From Mahatma Gandhi