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2-22 & 3-1. Course 110: The Power Of The Practice Of Contemplation – Part 2!

2-22 & 3-1. Course 110: The Power of The Practice of Contemplation – Part 2!

Course 110: The Power of The Practice of Contemplation – Part 2! Mini courses are inexpensive ways to quickly absorb, embody and apply a teaching and principle. Mini courses are designed to help us examine all the aspects of a teaching, principle or technique, one at-a-time in short, focused bursts, and on an experiential level that can be reflected in all the areas of our lives. 7-9pm in Erie, PA.

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Vibrant Health And Total Well-Being

Vibrant Health and Total Well-Being

The Bhakta School, our not-for-profit public charity, has entered into collaboration with Soma Essential Healing, a company established and owned by Sadguru Kedarji. This collaboration brings to our school more than 30 years of combined expertise in experienced teachers, practitioners and wellness researchers in the field of Total Well-Being and Lifestyle Medicine.

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Welcome To Our New Meditation Retreat Center

Welcome To Our New Meditation Retreat Center

Welcome To Nileshwar! Our New Spiritual Retreat Center Serving Ohio and PA!

Welcome to our meditation retreat center in Youngstown, Ohio! Nileshwar is a spiritual retreat center and the regional hub for all of our curriculum of study offered in the region of WesternPA and Ohio. Nileshwar (it means the abode of the Supreme Being) is our wonderful meditation retreat center located in the greater Youngstown area of Boardman, Ohio.

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Without Grace, The Teachings Are Useless.

Without Grace, The Teachings Are Useless.

One of the remarkable utterances of Sadguru Kedarji, an authentic Shaktipat Master, from the weeklong retreat is that there is a difference between teachings and the instruction and leadership of the Sadguru. Guru's Grace is everything. He also spoke about the necessity to wean the restless mind on to the Self with the “carrot and the stick” approach to imbibing the discipline necessary to break the habit of the mind wandering in worldly distractions.

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