Yoga philosophy, also known as Vedanta is one of the four paths of yoga or Jnana Yoga. Vedantic meditation and self-enquiry, requires tremendous strength of will and intellect. The Jnana Yogi uses intellect to inquire into his or her own true nature and into the nature of reality. Before practicing Jnana yoga, the aspirant needs to have integrated lessons of needs to be established in the other yogic paths - for without selflessness and love of God, strength of body and mind, the search for self- realization can become mere idle speculation.
Yoga for the Three Bodies, From Asana to Stillness
Sunday, October 8 – Friday, October 13, 2017
Yoga classes will have specific themes on the effects of the asanas on the physical body, astral body, kosha by kosha, and finally the effects on the causal body leading to stillness.
Thanksgiving Retreat: Dharma and Peace
Wednesday, November 22 – Sunday, November 26, 2017
Join us for this uplifting Thanksgiving Yoga Retreat with spiritual leaders sharing about Unity in Diversity, Dharma and Peace. Realize that the paths are many but the Truth is One. Celebrate our diversity and commune in our common goal! Learn to apply the sacred ancient wisdoms of Yoga and dharma practice in daily life, guided by teachers who have dedicated their lives to peace of mind and Self-realization. ~ Swami Sitaramananda, Organizer