Join us in The Woodlands for a discourse on meaningful practice of dharma by saintly Himalayan monk, His Holiness Swami Vidyadhishananda. Feel the divine presence and articulation of a realized meditation-master.
Learn about the principles of dharma that are useful to tackle the challenges of our modern technological age that is often rife with culture clash. This is a good opportunity to take a glimpse into the practical philosophical approach for revisiting the goals of life, evaluating what is most important and anchoring onto a defined spiritual path despite professional challenges. He will also address the issue of time constraints that modern day seekers face while trying to implement the elements of dharma.
His Holiness will touch upon how rational deliberation to bring about right conduct (vicāra) and developing the discriminative understanding between what is of immense value and what is transitory (viveka) respectively constitute the zeroth and the number one step in practicing dharma. Experience authentic wisdom teachings, Sanskrit chanting, blessing line (darśan) and partake in blessed food (prāsad).
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.
The fellowship will begin at 7pm at the Char Dham Hindu Temple (8044 College Park Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77384). Kindly arrive early to check-in and be seated. There is ample parking. A light meal will be provided during the blessing line after the end of the discourse.
Entrance is free with registration, but love donations to support the fellowship are deeply appreciated.
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