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.
By Giancarlo Colombo
A new important project has begun in Ahymsin. A group of people from all over the world has been selected and invited to SRSG by Swami Veda Bharati with the purpose of translating and recording numerous meditations in the respective languages.
As Swamiji said during the course, our Tradition is probably a unique reality all over the world; the amount of recorded meditations at all different levels is a treasure that no other schools possess. So a desire to make such a patrimony available for all humanity is now the driving purpose of this project: to translate and record the selected meditations in all the different languages so that the barrier of language would be overcome allowing the teachings and guidance of the Masters to achieve anybody in need.
Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama is listed as #04 in the new book YOGA IN INDIA, A Journey to the top 24 Yoga Places, presented by yoga.in, which is an internet site that currently lists 295 yoga centers, schools and ashrams in India.
The expected release date is the first quarter of 2012.
“Beyond the yoga-lite of gyms and fitness centres, past the long white beards of the gurus of popular conception, through the veil of modernity that is pulled over the face of India, is the place where science and mysticism meet. This is where yoga and, more specifically, yoga meditation shift from interesting to fascinating. This is where meditation moves beyond a simple way to relax and into the realms of science fiction. This is Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama, the official headquarters of the Association of Himalayan Yoga Meditation Societies International (AHYMSIN),” the article starts.
Blessing on behalf of Swami Veda, the Swami Community at SRSG and myself for a Peace-filled Holiday Season, full of Love and Joy arising from a seed of silent-contentment within.
"Beautiful is Thy Silent Night;
decked with jeweled stars of Thy Divine Name.
An ecstasy of devotion, an emotion of expectancy;
will the shrine of my body-mind temple find the inner-light still lit?
Entering the stillness of wonder, O-Silent Night,
Thy Presence is felt, Thy Will be done."
Dearest of Dear Luminous and Holy Souls,
‘Silent night, holy night’, Xmas hymn, means only the state of silence makes one holy; be made holy tonight through spiritual silence.
‘Happy Xmas’ means that Christ is born on Xmas night in the souls of those who are joyful. The Christ birth makes you further joyful.
Is it not interesting that the nativity of Christ and of Krishna, both are celebrated at midnight – the moment of total silence, equilibrium.
Is it not interesting that Christ is born in cattle shed or cave and Krishna in a prison. Both promise the world salvation through surrender.
Happy Chistmas. Be joyful from today because Christ is now born in the manger or cave of your heart.
Swami Veda Bharati, 2011