In the yogic tradition, devotion — pure love or bhakti — is the essential heart of spiritual life. Without it, our other practices — be they asanas, meditation, pranayama or philosophy — we may become dry and stale. However with devotion, all practices reach their highest perfection and completion.

Kriya Yoga teacher Swami Atmavidyananda Giri will explore the beauty and practices of devotional yoga in a day-long intensive in Melbourne on 25 April (Anzac Day) 2018.

This intensive is part of our spectacular program of events — A Blaze of Spirituality — to celebrate the inauguration of our Kriya Yoga Ashram by Paramahamsa Prajnanananda. It is open to all — irrespective of your background, level of experience and any specific practice you follow.

Having achieved the state of devotion, one becomes perfect — experiencing divinity, perceiving immortality and always feeling content.

Bhakti Sutra of Sage Narada

Swami Atmavidyananda Giri is a senior monk and chief monastic teacher in USA in the Kriya Yoga lineage of Paramahamsa Hariharananda and Paramahamsa Prajnanananda. Deeply involved in interfaith dialogue, Swamiji teaches across the USA, Canada and South America.

His calm demeanour and beautiful voice charm his audiences from the very first meeting. He provides loving instructions in a very logical and clear manner. He can speak six languages and while primarily dedicated to the cause of Kriya Yoga, he is also an expert in astrology, eastern and western scriptures, other ancient yogic practices and Vedic ritual ceremonies.

Click here for full details of this day-long intensive event in Melbourne.

This intensive is part of a vast range of events to be held in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra. Details of all events can be found at the events page.



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