Guruji Kaulacharya Rajendranand Teerth employs his God given gifts as a spiritual guide to motivate his disciples toward a more enlightened life path. Gurujiís spiritual powers evoke the highest forms of Tantra Sadhana, the most rigorous spiritual training involving intense penance and preparation over a prolonged period of time. Gurujiís life journey and the process of discovery of his own calling go a long way in explaining his well-thought and rational world view that says, ĒDo not fear God but love Him the way you love yourselves.Ē Furthermore, Guruji teaches that elaborate rituals only work to frighten people about religion and complicate the true understanding of divine love. Instead, he explains that God is omnipresent and is a reflection of ourselves, and everything around us.

Gurujiís family background was not one where elaborate rituals were performed on a daily basis. Quite naturally, therefore, he did not exhibit an interest in spiritual questions as a child.  However, in his teenage years his interest in God and Hinduism was generated quite suddenly. Although he endeavored to undertake activities and interests typical of a young man, he was made aware that God did not want him to do so and had a different path for him. It was at this stage that Guruji began his own study and training of all aspects of Hindu thought and spirituality.

Gurujiís philosophy and teachings: Guruji has conducted vigorous scientific research into critical spiritual questions, and it is his own convictions and answers to those queries that he teaches his disciples. He does not attach undue significance to saffron as the predominant color signifying purity in spiritual undertakings. Guruji remains accessible to disciples from all walks of life and lives his own life as a householder. It is his belief that one of the tenets of tapasya (penance) is that it cannot be separated from living a normal life and fulfilling familial responsibilities. Guruji is also a firm believer in the powers of a woman who he considers a true goddess and one who gives significance to the notion of GOD (Generator, Operator and Destroyer). The woman as Mother sows the seed of the very existence of God in a young childís mind and therefore becomes the first teacher of God.

Guruji particularly appeals to the younger generation in his teachings of Hinduism as a scientific way of life and where he illustrates the significance of rituals for physical and spiritual health. Guruji teaches an easy form of meditation where he is able to emphasize the importance of detaching emotions and thoughts from the body and find complete focus.

As far as the Hindu Shastras are concerned, Guruji extols the virtues of all the stories contained in these sacred texts and sheds new light on their inherent relevance for contemporary life. He believes that neglecting the health of the body and senses can never be favorable in the worship of God. He abides by the philosophy that it is imperative to connect with the material world and live your life to the fullest, never shunning worldly responsibilities. Guruji routinely encourages his disciples to look their best when visiting a temple as though they have come to a celebration. It is as though  God is a father and is always happy to see his children cheerful and  beautiful.

  In addition to his spiritual guidance and new ideas, Guruji also practices Ayurveda and conducts regular counseling sessions by appointment, where he focuses on a myriad of issues related to overall health and well-being. He is also trained in astrology (Jyotish Samrat) and has been lauded for accuracy in predicting world events annually. He has been recognized as an emerging spiritual leader, especially for the youth community globally, challenging ideas that maintain little relevance in the 21st century. Instead, he provides a new and inspiring direction that while maintaining the essence of the sacred texts and their underlying philosophy, removes apprehension in the minds of devotees and focuses it on living life to the fullest.