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Although monasteries are an old system in all religions, an ashram is a quite new concept in the West. The practice of living in an ashram appeared in the West with Swami Vivekananda, then later with our beloved master Paramahamsa Yoganandaji, and today ashrams contain people of many spiritual backgrounds.
The modern approach to ashram is a spiritual abode where residents engage in sincere spiritual living with love and compassion. Visitors come to charge their lives with spiritual experience and return to society with a new understanding.

To read Our Ashram Newsletter, October 2017, click here.







Loving and Divine One,

Let the choicest blessings of God and the masters be upon all of you. I take this opportunity to pray for you and send my best wishes on the occasion of Vijaya Dashami, the Day of Victory, which falls on September 30 this year. It is the end of nine days of worshiping the Divine Mother.

We need strength and ability. In Sanskrit this is called shakti.

Let us consider the quality of compassion a little and try to cultivate it in our lives. We know that the word "passion" in English implies strong and barely controllable emotions and their outburst. We humans are passionate by nature. We are often overpowered by our emotions. Passion also means "intense enthusiasm." We have tremendous power and strength, but it is mostly misdirected. We become passionately attached to the world, so we suffer a lot. We should not waste our time, talent, and treasure worrying with emotion. We should use our enthusiasm and love practically.

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