Join us in Houston for a discourse on a rare topic by saintly Himalayan monk, His Holiness Swami Vidyadhishananda. Learn how siddha adepts have refined and utilized a formula of meditation, prāņāyāma, kāyākalpa, stem cells and oxygen to promote longevity and vitality. This is a rare opportunity to take a glimpse into the practices of yogis and adepts residing deep in the mountains and caves and to learn about the practical applications modern day seekers can implement.
When it comes to vitality and life-enhancing herbs, there is no rival to the kayakalpa group of herbs. While individual use or simple combination of these potent herbs as tonics is proven to promote healthful vibrant life, intricate combinations of these herbs and their administration in congruence with the yogic breathing of pranayama techniques remain an esoteric, albeit secret art. Such practices are only to be learnt from lineage-based siddha adepts or nath yogis.
Swami Vidyadhishananda will share in this discourse what the great nath yogi Goraxanath has revealed to him about herbal combinations and release of stem cells. Swami will also share from his own experience in the Himalayan Mountains, the method by which the great siddhas utilize the stem cells for rejuvenation, longevity and vitality.
His Holiness is a Himalayan monk of the ancient Vedanta order, who is a kriyāyogi and a meditation master from the combined heritage of rishi sages and nath yogis. He was awarded the degree of Mahāmahopādhyāy (DLitt et Phil) by the university system in India due to his scholarly and meditative interpretation of Sanskrit literature. He teaches cardinal philosophies of Vedanta, Sankhya and Yoga with exquisite clarity and initiates seekers into Himalayan meditation techniques. He is the spiritual founder of Self Enquiry Life Fellowship and head of the Hansavedas Mission.
Experience authentic wisdom teachings, Sanskrit chanting, blessing line (darshan) and a short guided meditation. The fellowship will begin at 6pm at India House Houston (8888 W Bellfort Blvd, Houston, TX 77031). Kindly arrive early to check-in and be seated. India House has ample parking.
Entrance is free with registration, but love donations to support the Houston fellowships are deeply appreciated.
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