Bindu - Gateway to Himalayan Wisdom
This website is for people who hunger for a real connection with the core of life, who want more joy and less stress and are ready to be the conscious designer of their destiny rather than victim of circumstances.
In this website you’ll find:
- The wisdom, philosophy, lifestyle and practices of the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition;
- A calendar listing opportunities to connect with teachers in the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition;
- News from the Tradition.
to preserve the knowledge and teachings of the ancient lineage of the Himalayan Masters in order to develop and promote spirituality within ourselves, our children and the world
20th - 25th February 2013 at Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama [http://srsg.ahymsin.org/]
How have sadhakas managed to create spiritual families in these modern times? And what guidelines can emerge from mutual exchange and discussion with others?
Join us for five days of learning simple philosophy of living and practical guidelines to develop and cultivate a healthy and happy family life.
Topics will include:
- Sattvic Diet: Shifting from a Rajasic diet into a nutritional food regimen that supports a balanced mind and peaceful nature.
- Indian Cuisine and the health benefits of Indian Spices
- The art of joyful living techniques for children: Practical spirituality in raising happy and healthy children
- An Intercultural panel discussion: How to successfully cultivate a spiritual family during modern times
For further information please see: http://www.ahymsin.org/main/index.php/India-Events/nurturing-spirituality-in-the-family.html
The Himalayan Mountains have been the home of sages for millennia. These great sages have lived and passed on knowledge of the yogic teachings to disciples who then became masters passing on the teachings in an unbroken lineage since the Vedic period. Twelve hundred years ago Shankaracharya organized his teaching into five centers of the Himalayan Tradition. As one of those five, our tradition is the Bharati lineage.
Bha means "the light of knowledge," rati means "a lover who is absorbed in it," thus; Bharati indicates one, who as a lover of knowledge, becomes totally absorbed in its light. The methods and philosophies of the Himalayan Tradition have withstood the test of time. Generation upon generation have followed this path and a huge reserve of knowledge has been built.
The student can study the writings of the Tradition and read about the experiences of the great masters of the past for him or herself. The Himalayan Tradition is not a tradition where a teacher proclaims himself a guru and students are expected to believe whatever he says, rather, the teachings come from the Tradition and the student can look to the Tradition to support and make sense of what the teacher says. The initial purpose of the tradition is to awaken the divine flame within each human being and the goal is for each student to become a master of the Tradition in coming to know his or her true Self. It is the task of the teacher, through the Grace of the Guru to selflessly help his disciples on the way of highest enlightenment. Passing on of knowledge is done experientially through the transmission of a pulsation of energy.
Please CLICK HERE to view the AHYMSIN July 2012 Newsletter.
Article index for the AHYMSIN July 2012 Newsletter:
- Why Did He Not Heal Himself?
- Glory to All Saints (interview)
- Parents, Children, and Spirituality
- 50 Kids in a Memorable 4-day Program
- Questions Can Save a Life
- Yes! Yes! Yes! And Yes!
- To Be Born
- Shiva Country - Himalayan Pilgrimage
- Silence, the voice of the soul
- 2012 Taiwan Tour
- Guru Purnima, 2012
- Listen to Your Inner Wisdom
- The One and Only Church of Universal Ice Cream
- Something Swamiji Said
Swami Veda Bharati has provided this study list for those seeking guidance.