What is Death?

What is Death? by Swami Isvaramayananda and Swami Karunananda Death is the sloughing off of the physical body as the spirit emerges and regains its freedom from the trammels of the body. Conception, gestation and birth make us oblivious of our pre-incarnate state. Death is our return to the greater life; our incarnations

Thoughts on Advaita

"If thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light." Thoughts in Advaita & Good and Evil by Swami Isvaramayananda The Doctrine of Advaita Vedanta: The Non-dualist Teachings in the Upanishads “Om purnam adah purnam idam purnaath purnam udachyate Purnasya purnam adaaya purnam eva vasishyate” “That is the whole. This is


MEDITATION A comment by Swami Isvaramayananda Based on a statement by Swami Chidananda The authentic meditation process is a communion between the individual and the Universal Being; is an inner spiritual linking of oneself with God; the flow of the human consciousness towards the eternal divine consciousness … Eventually, persistent, deeply concentrated attention, suddenly


Satsang Saturday at 17h00 & Sunday at 09h00 "Satsang" (true association) is a devotional meeting wherein yogis explore in fellowship the intellectual, esoteric and mystical aspects of yoga and its underlying philosophy. Satsang is open to all. It includes music, song and prayer, readings and a discourse and arathi

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