Pathmeda Kriya Yoga Retreat. Nov-21 to Nov-28, 2019. 8 day retreat at the retreat center in Shree Manorama Golok Tirth Nandgaon, Nandgaon, Kesua, Rajasthan. Event Details

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Every thought or word is a seed, which you are storing in your life as karma. This remains with you to five a result in the future.

---Paramahamsa Hariharananda

Daily Reflections

Clothes are important to us. On special occasions people wear new and colorful clothes, as a symbol of festivity. Some spiritually orientated people think they should wear white cloths because ‘white’ symbolizes purity calmness and peace. Monks in india wear ochre-colored cloth. ‘Ochre’ symbolizes fire, which burns everything. Monks vow to be free from body consciousness, the ochre robs they wear reinforce that vow. There is no true ‘spiritual’ color for our clothing. The real color of our spirituality is expressed through our character, which reveals the nature of our mind and inner transformation. Through mediation or any other spiritual practice, changes in our inner life become visible, and the ‘true color of our clothing ‘ can be seen.

---Paramahamsa Prajnanananda

Paramahamsa Prajnanananda

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Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering Opportunities for transcription of talks on Bhagavad Gita of Sri Guruji in Odia language. For details write to contact@prajnanamission.org

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Announcement for Sixth Balashram Trek

Sixth Balashram Trek to raise funds for Hariharananda Balashram will take place in the Rift Valley of Tanzania from Sun 21st October to Sat 27th Oct 2018.The trek is being organised by Charity Challenge who have a lot of experience organising treks of this type. The fundraising aspect of the trek is being coordinated by Kriya Yoga UK, to raise monies for Balashram, the residential school for disadvantaged children of Orissa, India. The school now provides for 477 children whose welfare and lives have been greatly supported by the donations generated by these treks in previous years.
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