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Category Archives: Workshops/Events
Be sure to tune into our calendar of events this fall! Our dear friend, Darshan Lotichius, Ananda minister, lightbearer and talented musician and teacher, will be with us for an extended visit. While here, he will be leading classes, services, … Continue reading
Nayaswami Pranaba returns to Dallas and will be leading some special events during his stay. He looks forward to seeing everyone here, so pleased stay tuned for more details of his visit.
Saturday, Sept 16, 10 – 12:30 pm with Hugh Madrigal and Saturday, Oct 14, 11 – 1:30 pm with Supriya Chadwick Cost: $40 Bring a friend for FREE! Unable to do a class series but want to learn the ancient … Continue reading
Sunday, Sept 17 and Sunday, Oct 1 3-5 pm $30 for two classes What is the meaning of discipleship? What does it mean to be a disciple? In this two class series, we will explore how discipleship relates to the spiritual journey and … Continue reading
Darshan Lotichius, visiting Dallas from Ananda Italy, will give a talk about Kriya Yoga at 3 pm Sunday, October 15th at the Wellness Expo in Addison. More information (link to event description) Continue reading
Wednesdays, Oct 18, Nov 1, 15, 29 3 – 5 pm $80 (text not included) This 4 class series is specifically for those who want to explore and also deepen their understanding of this specific path of Self-realization as taught … Continue reading
Wednesday, Oct 18 7 – 9 pm $10 The Festival of Light was written by Swami Kriyananda, and is performed at every Ananda Sunday Service. Why do we repeat this ritual every week and how can we use the festival … Continue reading
Saturday, Oct 21 9 am – 12 $10 Come join Nayaswami Pranaba for a quiet 3 hour retreat morning of chanting, meditation & listening to the voice of Yogananda. All are welcome.
Friday, October 27, 7 – 8:30 pm $10 – $20 love offering suggested Kirtan is devotional chanting – which doesn’t really explain the deep vibrations of joy and heart – opening stillness that is the experience of kirtan. We sing … Continue reading