How to Find & Live Your Dharma
January 20, 2024 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm PST
Saturday, January 20, 2024, 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. $25 (Circles of Giving discounts apply)
Presented by Nayaswami Jamuna
In this class we will explore an individual lifetime of decisions to illustrate how an answer to this question might be revealed. Jamuna’s journey took her from “Librarian to Lightbearer”, through the landscape of inclinations, influential friendships, reflections, intuition and introspection. The road to a dharmic life is filled with missteps and mystery
Yogananda says, “Always remember, dharma is that which leads you toward the Divine. Whatever your dharma is, it’s an opportunity not a burden—a wonderful opportunity to grow.
Nayaswami Jamuna has been part of Ananda since 1972. She has been an art student, a social worker, a librarian, a manager of the first East West Bookshop, a part of the Ananda Seattle church staff, a teacher and most importantly, a devotee of Paramhansa Yogananda and student of Swami Kriyananda.
In this class we will consider:
- The power of individual karma and how to work with it.
- What is it in your life experience that makes the question of dharma important to you?
- Have you had an experience where an inner voice came into the conversation? Were you willing to listen?
- Have there been moments in your life where your choice, at a crossroads, made a significant impact?
- Did these decisions frighten you or were they a plus?
- Who were the important people who have influenced you?