Evening Vedanta Talks by Swamini Svatmavidyananda
Vedanta Dindimah January 18-21 2019, 6.30 pm to 8.30pm
Vedānta-Ḍiṇḍima is a secondary text that unfolds the truth of the self in verses using examples that are easy to understand. Therefore this is a text to which everyone can easily relate, and enjoy the timeless knowledge of the nature of oneself as whole and free of sorrow.
Where: Sanatana Dharma Kendra, 3102 Landess Ave, San Jose, CA 95132.
When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Jan 18th - 20th 07.00 to 8.30pm
Registration: Registration, though optional for these evening sessions, help us in preparing collateral and seating arrangements.
The session will also be recorded and a few days later uploaded to AVC YouTube channel.
Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati is a long-term disciple of Pujya Swami Dayanandaji, and had the rare privilege to study and travel with him all over the world for over a decade. Pujya Sri Swami Dayanandaji Saraswati was an internationally known Acharya of Vedanta and the founder of the All India Movement for Seva (AIM for Seva), a non-profit enabling rural Indian children to receive a proper education. Swamini Svatmavidyananda teaches and travels internationally, sharing her knowledge of Vedanta and Sanskrit at many institutions of repute such Sivananda Ashrams in California and Bahamas, and Yogaville, VA, and Zen meditation centers. Additionally, Swaminiji also teaches annually at the Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, in Saylorsburg, PA. She is the Acharya of the Arsha Vijnana Gurukulam, founded by Pujya Swamiji in 2004, which has teaching centers in Atlanta, GA, Eugene, OR, Washington DC, Detroit, MI, Milwaukee, WI, and Fort Meyers, FL. More information about classes and activities can be accessed here: www.arshavm.org and www.livestream.com/Swaminiji
As a founding member of the “Global Women's Peace Initiative,” Swaminiji travels globally addressing the ever-increasing ecological and spiritual challenges that face humanity in a global ethos. An erudite scholar, Swaminiji addresses contemporary challenges facing the world, from global warming to religious/social unrest, in her unfolding of the Upanishads, the foundational spiritual texts of the Hindu tradition.