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Online Classes with Swaminiji 
 
                   Bodhasāra   6:30-8 pm  PDT  Adobe ONLY                     
April 30th and May 21th

    Tuesdays: Śvetaśvatara 7-8 pm PDT Adobe ONLY                               May 2nd, 16th, 23rd, 30th                                                                                                                                                         Wednesdays: Kaṭhopaniṣad  7-8 pm PDT Adobe ONLY

              May 17th, 24th, 31st                                                  


                    Upcoming Online Retreats:   Adobe ONLY      
 
Weekend of May 5-7  EDT (Contat Dr. Srinivasa This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Taittirīya Upaniṣad Retreat at Balaji Temple, Pittsburgh, PA: 6 classes. Live Broadcast on East Coast Time. Total of 6 classes -- one on Friday, three on Saturday and two on Sunday. (Sign-up Required: write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.t to sign-up.)
   
Schedule (EDT)
Friday 5th: 7:30 - 8:45 pm
Saturday 6th: 9:30-10:30 am   11-12 noon and 1-2 pm
Sunday 7th: 9:30-10:30 am and  11-12 noon

 
Memorial Day Weekend Retreat May 26-29 PDT
Bhagavad Gītā Retreat Total of 6 classes ( one each on Friday and Monday, and two each on Saturday and Sunday) Topic and Timings TBA (Sign-up Required: write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to sign-up). 

 

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                                     Berkeley University Talk  Feb'17:
                                                                     Putting 'her' back in Hermeneutics
                                                                                       Part 1
                                                                                       Part 2
 
 
Overcoming Self Sabotage in Spiritual Growth:
Lessons from the Upanishads
November 27, 2016

Awake in the World: Self-Realization and Fulfilled Living
Hear Swaminiji's appearance on
The Yoga Hour on Unity Online Radio, October 6, 2016

Links to complete Livestream classes:

Special Events & Festivals (ongoing)
Bodhasara (ongoing) Ch 1.1-4
Gita with Bhāṣya (ongoing) Ch 2.44-45
Svetashvatara (ongoing) Ch 3.13
Mundakopanishad (ongoing) Ch 2.1.1-2
Kathopanishad (ongoing) Ch 2.2.2-3
Kathopanishad with Bhāṣya (ongoing) Ch 1.2.18
Totakashtakam LDWR Sept 2016
Manīshā Pañchakam Feb 2016
Amrtabindu Upanishad Feb 2016
Gita 10 Essential Verses Feb 2016
Panchadashi Ch 10 Feb 2016
Vedanta Feb 2016 Meditation & Chanting
Panchadashi Ch 15 v1-35
Thanksgiving Retreat Nov 2015
Thanksgiving Retreat Nov 2014
Vedanta Dindimah verses 12-80
Bhagavad Gita Chapter 12 v 1-20
Gita with Bhāṣya Chapters 1 and 2
Svetashvatara Upanishad Ch 1, 2 & 3.1-12
Kathopanishad Ch 1.2, 1.3 & 2.1-12
Kathopanishad with Bhāṣya Ch 1.1, 1.2.1-17, 2.1, 2.2.1-2
Mundakopanishad with Bhāṣya Ch 1 & 2.1
Kaivalya Upanishad v1-24
Ganapati Upanishad
Vivekacudamani v156-245
Hastamalakiyam v1-12
Dhanyashtakam v1-8
Medhasuktam v1-4
Panini

Links to Enter the Online Classrooms Appear Below:

Unless otherwise noted classes are simultaneously streamed via Livestream and Adobe Connect online classrooms.  The links are provided below.  Click on either of the links to access the classroom.  To access the adobe classroom select "Enter as a guest".  Please type your name and click "Enter".

Click on Either Link Below to Enter the Online Classroom:

Livestream Classroom

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Online Classroom of the Arsha Vijnana Gurukulam

 

 

The latest Sukta newsletter (Fall 2016) is out.

Click here to view or download

 

 

PUJYA SRI SWAMI DAYANANANDA SARASWATI MAHARAJ,
guru of Sri Swamini Svatmavidyanandaji has attained mahāsamādhi at 10:20 pm IST on September 23rd 2015 at the banks of the Ganga in Rishikesh.

The prayer and sharing meeting in Eugene to celebrate Pujya Swamiji's life and to commemorate him was held on Saturday September 26th. To access the 2 hour program, click here:

https://livestream.com/Swaminiji/events/4383402

 

 

It is rather difficult to get a manuscript of Bodhasara text online, and therefore here is a kindle version link for those who wish to have Devanagari and Sanskrit is provided here:

Bodhasara The surprise of awareness, the English version: An 18th Century Sanskrit Treasure by Jennifer Cover

Those not wishing to purchase the book can download a free transliterated version of the text without the Sanskrit or the translation here:

Click to Download

 

 

Additional Classroom Login Information

Unless otherwise noted classes that are being broadcast are simultaneously streamed via Livestream and Adobe Connect.  The links are reproduced below.  Click on either of the links to access the classroom.  Please note, to access the adobe classroom you will need to "Enter as a guest".  Please type your name and click "Enter". 

Livestream Swamini Svatmavidyanandaji

Online Classroom of the Arsha Vijnana Gurukulam

 

 

Pictures Available of Swaminiji in Iran - June 2015

Please click the link below

https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B045nhQSTG60Rtt


The link below  will take you to a document with links to a series of classes given by Sri Pujya Swamiji in Rishikesh.  The series is called "Only God". 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qd545r233npp0e6/AAAnCaNWD3VXWzQ5jylMqg8ma?dl=0

Please note that unless otherwise stated Livestream timings are now given in Pacific Time



Download Swaminiji's 2014 Deepavali Talk

Photos of Swaminiji's Trip to Peru


 
Vedanta addresses and removes feelings of inadequacy and insecurity, showing us that one is whole and complete, free from the unhappiness and limitations we have associated with ourselves.

The Arsha Vijnana Gurukulum is a place dedicated to the holistic development, and the spiritual well being of all peoples. Additionally, the Center is committed to the following specific activities:
 

Arsha Vijnana Gurukulum will have the following goals:

Respecting cultural and religious diversity is extremely important in contemporary times, and can be a cornerstone for the elimination of most conflict. Indigenous and ethnic religious and spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, have an impressive history of accommodation and religious tolerance. An important mission of the Arsha Vijnana Gurukulum is to foster peace between peoples and nations.