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Prepare Yourself for Success

February 10, 2024 @ 10:30 am 12:30 pm PST

Understand how the world works and how to achieve lasting success and happiness

Have you ever wondered how you might bring your spiritual perspective into your business life? Our purpose in this class is to help you to succeed materially without sacrificing your spiritual principles. Is it possible that there might be real value in doing business in the marketplace while being committed to a spiritual practice? Might there be spiritual gains in the process? Swami Kriyananda created a course called Material Success through Yoga Principles. We will be investigating two of his ideas: Principles of Success and Working with Others.

Please join us — Nayaswami Jamuna and Roy Gugliotta, an Ananda entrepreneur and instructor, for a Saturday morning class about your life’s journey. Saturday, Feb 10th, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person

Location: Ananda Blue Lotus Temple 23305 Bothell-Everett Highway Bothell, WA 98021

Roy Gugliotta — Gugliotta came to Ananda the day after the fire in 1976. Swami Kriyananda guided him for 26 years in learning how to manage businesses dharmically, while being attuned to God and Guru. This served him well as he became the director of the Ocean Song Community, manager of Earth Song Market and Cafe, and director of the Portland Community, as well as other community businesses. His hope is to share with others, Swami’s guidance and his experience on how to be successful and balanced in putting forth energy and serving.

Nayaswami Jamuna — Swami Kriyananda asked me to take the management of the newly purchased East West Bookshop in Menlo Park in 1981. I had no experience in retail, but as I was a children’s librarian and a lover of people and books, he saw this challenge as a good one. His initial advice was to see my customers as the experts on the many metaphysical subjects. With Swami’s ready counsel and my husband soon joining me on staff, we spent many years developing the store, which became a model for East Wests to follow.



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