"The world of realities in which you dwell and I dwell is not the world of realities. These are forms cut out of the fabric of formless Space. ...the Universal Space or chidakasha, the Space of Consciousness. There is no other fabric...You are a myth...and you are this Reality." ~From "Origins on the Himalayan Tradition", Swami Veda Bharati
The Big Bang: Origins of the Himalayan Tradition
Saturday, May 18 10am-noon (break for lunch) & 1:30-3:30pm
Sunday, May 19 10am-noon (refreshments to follow)
$60 Sat only
$30 Sun only
Prepay by May 11 for $10 off (applies to Sat+Sun price only). Use coupon code "EarlyBird" at online registration.
The Traditional Yoga originating in India's Himalayan Mountain region seeks to provide plausible answers to such profound questions as, "Who am I?", "Whence do I come?", "Whither do I go?," and "What must I do?" Literally translated from Sanskrit, “yoga” means to "unite" or "join", referring to joining those aspects of ourselves which were never really divided in the first place. Join us as Swami Ma Radha Bharati explains the origins of the meditative Himalayan Tradition and our connection to it in the context of the levels of reality. Sunday includes Om Kriya as a chidakasha practice and a special satsang and review of Swami Veda's guidance for the next five years of spiritual practice as outlined in "Sadhana in Applied Spirituality".