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Spiritual Festivals
Spiritual festivals are celebrated with pujas, traditional temple ceremonies, and accompanied by mantra chanting.

Free of charge, flowers and fruits are
auspicious offerings when attending
a spiritual festival.

Group meditation
Free of charge

 

Fridays at 7.30pm
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays at 6pm


Group meditation (Satsang) consists of silent meditation followed by chanting and a talk on the philosophy of yoga and Vedanta. The group meditation evening is a good way to surround oneself with positive energy and to recharge. Meditation in a group leads to a deeper experience and mantra chanting inspires the mind and elevates the thoughts. Various aspects of the philosophy of yoga will be explained.

 

Meditation

Many people come to meditation, not because they want to withdraw from the world, but because they feel unfulfilled and empty with stress, anxiety, frustration and depression playing a much larger part in their lives they would like.

Meditation gives relief and much more. It teaches us that there is a power within each of us, a peace and a wisdom which we can tap into once we know it is available. This power inspires, encourages, reinforces and gives strength to those who seek to grow in a positive direction.

 

 

 

Thursday July 14 at 8pm

Mahasamadhi of Swami Sivananda

Swami Sivananda left his body and attained the highest state of consciousness on the 14th of July 1963. We celebrate his Divine Life with a puja accompanied by mantra chanting.

 

 

 

Tuesday July 19 at 8pm

Guru Purnima


On this full moon night, we pay homage to the spiritual masters who imparted their teachings to us. Generate fresh waves of spirituality on this day of worship, a day of pure joy.

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday August 25 at 6.30pm


Krishna Jayanti - The Birthday of Lord Krishna


Krishna is one of the most widely revered divinities. Krishna is an incarnation of divine love, a symbol of joy and the giver of the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita - one of the greatest of all yogic scriptures. Krishna is one of the most widely revered divinities, ever engaged in teaching the art of perfect self-surrender.

Monday September 5 at 8pm

Ganesha Chaturthi - The Birthday of Lord Ganesh

Ganesha is symbolised as the elephant-headed god who represents strength and fortitude, wisdom and perfect control of the senses. Ganesha is invoked to remove obstacles from our path and bestow success in meditation and in all our undertakings.

 

 

 

Thursday September 8 at 8pm


Swami Sivananda's Birthday Celebration

Swami Sivananda is a world renowned sage and yogi and the inspiration behind the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. A birthday celebration accompanied by chants and stories from the life of this great yoga master from modern India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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