Yoga Vacation Program
July 17 — 21, 2022

How to Survive Kali Yuga: VIRTUAL PROGRAM

Teachings from the Kali-Santaraṇa-Upaniṣad

Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati

This program will be presented by Swamini Svatmavidyananda live during morning and evening satsang from offsite via Zoom

The Kali-Santaraṇa-Upaniṣad is a small Upanishad that deals with the power of nāma-japa, meditating upon the name of the Lord. It is said that the period of Kali Yuga, comprising 436,000 years is characterized by conflict, strife, cutthroat competition, social injustice, and inequalities. Furthermore, there is a sharp decline in dharma and the consequent increase in unethical conduct on part of humanity. When the interest in material pursuits suppresses and overtakes spiritual desires at the individual and collective levels, mokṣha (liberation from saṃsāra) does not even present itself as a possibility.

How can one purify the heart and become eligible for self-knowledge? How can one cross the terrible Kali Yuga? Join us for a Zoom program to find out. All you have to lose is self-ignorance.

Svatmavidyananda Swaminiji is a longtime disciple of Pujya Sri Swami Dayananda Saraswatiji, one of the greatest masters of Vedanta in contemporary times. She is the acharya of Arsha Vijnana Gurukulam, an ashram based in Atlanta, GA and Eugene, OR. She has been active in the interfaith movement leading and featuring in prominent international dialogues on religious diversity, harmony, peace and mutual respect among various religious traditions. She splits her time between serving as a resident teacher in the Swami Dayananda Ashram, and traveling internationally offering talks and retreats. Swaminiji is the author of books such as Freedom from Distrust and Overcoming Self-Sabotage in Spiritual Growth, and contemplation card set entitled Musings on Oneness.



July 17: Morning satsang and Evening satsang

July 18: Morning satsang and Evening satsang

July 19: Morning satsang and Evening satsang

July 20: Evening satsang

July 21: Morning satsang

Morning satsang begins at 6am ETwith silent meditation and chanting. Swamini Svatmavidayananda will begin teaching at 6:45am ET.

Evening satsang begins at 8pm ET with silent meditation and chanting. Swamini Svatmavidayananda will begin teaching at 8:45pm ET.

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