I think Satchidananda qualifies as a visionary as much as most "spiritually" oriented people with whom we have contacted. If you follow the link to his website, under Milestones, you can get a feel for a life trajectory that includes the creation of an "'Integral' Yoga Institute." In regard to some "postmetaphysical" gestures, you see him, especially in his later years, making a lot  about inter-religious and inter-spiritual conversation and perhaps [I haven't studied him] translineage resonance. So the vision it seems is of high aspirational quality for peace and joy and the sharing of rich life.


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