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The beauty of #bhaktiyoga with Radhanath Swami and Gaura Vani Music. <3 #bhaktiimmersion ... See MoreSee Less

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A little #throwback to Swami Bs birhday last week. 

Make others truly happy as you strive to make yourself happy. Speak a helpful word. Give a cheering smile. Do a kind act. Serve a little. Wipe the tears of one who is in distress. Render smooth a rough place in anothers path. You will feel great joy.
—Swami Sivananda

Thank you Swami Brahmananda for your service!Image attachment

A little #throwback to Swami B's birhday last week.

"Make others truly happy as you strive to make yourself happy. Speak a helpful word. Give a cheering smile. Do a kind act. Serve a little. Wipe the tears of one who is in distress. Render smooth a rough place in another's path. You will feel great joy."
—Swami Sivananda

Thank you Swami Brahmananda for your service!
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21 hours ago

 

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Its day four of the 2018 Bhakti Yoga Retreat in the ashram, and all are feeling blessed by the daily teachings of Radanath Swami--author, activist and beloved spiritual teacher of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness. Swamiji explains bhakti yoga: 

Bhakti Yoga is awakening our true Self. And that true Self is eternal; our very essence is to love. The supreme dharma, the supereme religion, is that which awakens within us, Love--Love for the supreme being and compassion for all beings.

#bhaktiyoga #love #bhaktiislove #sivanandafamily #sivanandayoga #sivananda #radanathswami #gauravani #sivanandabahamas #satsang

It's day four of the 2018 Bhakti Yoga Retreat in the ashram, and all are feeling blessed by the daily teachings of Radanath Swami--author, activist and beloved spiritual teacher of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness. Swamiji explains bhakti yoga:

"Bhakti Yoga is awakening our true Self. And that true Self is eternal; our very essence is to love. The supreme dharma, the supereme religion, is that which awakens within us, Love--Love for the supreme being and compassion for all beings."

#bhaktiyoga #love #bhaktiislove #sivanandafamily #sivanandayoga #sivananda #radanathswami #gauravani #sivanandabahamas #satsang
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Good Morning from our May 2018 Yoga Teacher Training Course! 
 #YogaTeacherTraining #TrueLifeGoals #InquireWithin #Yoga #Meditation #Sivananda #KnowThyselfAndBeFreeImage attachment

Good Morning from our May 2018 Yoga Teacher Training Course!
#YogaTeacherTraining #TrueLifeGoals #InquireWithin #Yoga #Meditation #Sivananda #KnowThyselfAndBeFree
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Live Your Deepest Vision: Q&A with Richard Moss

Please share what you do in 10 – 15 words:
I assist people in awakening to their essential selves in order to uncover and live their deepest vision for life and service.

Why do you do what you do?
There is nothing more gratifying than seeing people awaken to themselves and take full responsibility for their lives. They feel the gratitude that comes from experiencing themselves as empowered to fully live in all aspects of life.

What are you currently fascinated by in your work?
That in experiencing love — as a way of being open to each moment, every part of oneself, and every relationship — there is no end to love.

How did you come to your path? Any aha moments or key teachers?
I belong to the the lineage that may be called Spontaneous Realization, rather than a traditional lineage. However every step of the way I have been blessed by individuals who have mentored me on my journey. I receive inner guidance primarily through dreams and visions. Learning has been a lifelong process of unfolding that continues to deepen my sense of wonderment and gratitude.

What book(s) did you like reading this year?
I contemplate spiritual classics from many traditions. In the field of neuroscience, recently I have found The Master and His Emissary to be the most rewarding to study. I regularly read the periodical Science News. I am an insatiable reader of poetry and read Walt Whitman, Mary Oliver, T.S. Eliot, Rilke, Rumi, David Whyte, and many others. I also love historical fiction, as well as history in general.

And …

If you’ve taught at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat before, what is one surprising thing about the experience for you?
I very much appreciate and respect that the ashram is welcoming and open to a broad spectrum of teachings and paths.

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