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Sunday Service at Ananda
March 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am PDT
Sunday Service topics and ministers:
|Mar 26, 2023||Deeds vs. Intentions||Guest ministers: Erin Vinacco and Nayaswami Pranaba|
|Apr 2, 2023||Palm Sunday: Who is the Son of Man?||Zachary Abbey and Nayaswami Hriman|
|Apr 9, 2023||Easter: Resurrection for Every Soul||Nayaswamis Hriman and Padma|
|Apr 16, 2023||To Each According to His Faith||Nayaswamis Hriman and Padma with Bhima Breckenridge|
|Apr 23, 2023||How High Should We Aspire||Nayaswamis Padma and Hriman|
|Apr 30, 2023||Perfection is Self-Transcendence||Murali Venkatrao and Zachary Abbey|
ABOUT SUNDAY SERVICES AT ANANDA
Sunday Services can also be viewed online starting at 10am!
We are pleased to announce that beginning Sunday June 20, (for those who feel comfortable) the Touch of Light will be an option again during the Festival of Light . Taking in the Light will still also be an option.
Sundays at Ananda Meditation Temple are the highlight of the week and are an excellent occasion for your first visit. Sunday Service is drawn from the ancient meditation tradition of the East and the mystical traditions of Christ, with scriptural readings from both the Bible and the Bhagavad Gita. Service includes music, chanting, a brief period of meditation, inspirational talk, and a beautiful ceremony called A Festival of Light.
Paramhansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi and guru-preceptor for the work of Ananda, encouraged respect for all religions and all forms of sincere worship, service, and meditation. His own line of guru-preceptors include Jesus Christ, Babaji (formerly Krishna), Lahiri Mahasaya, and Swami Sri Yukteswar. Therefore we show particular respect and reverence to Yogananda and these illumined souls who sent him to the West. But our devotion is essentially and always, as he taught us, to God alone, and to the manifest divinity in those whom God sends to earth in human form to teach and uplift others.
At Ananda, each person who comes and participates does so with his or her own, inner realization and recognition. No one form of reverence, belief, or personal relationship to God or the gurus is expected or assumed. All are welcome to the weekly services and meditations. The only suggestion we make is to come with an open heart and an open mind.
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