Sri Krishna is clear about what our priority should be: before it is time to leave the body, we should realize that we are not the body. That is the core of our sadhana.
We always give and take, give and take, give and take; therefore we should be thankful to each other, and to each and everything in Nature—and, ultimately, to that one great power, the one great intelligence that we call God. It’s not possible for us to return in kind all that we get from Nature. How can we fulfill our obligation? It’s impossible. The only way is to remember and to be grateful.
Day of At-One-Ment/ Yom Kippur Program with Rev. Prahaladan Mandelkorn- October 3, 2014
Swami Ramananda is the President of the Integral Yoga Institute in San Francisco and a greatly respected senior teacher in the Integral Yoga tradition, who has been practicing Yoga for over 35 years. Ramananda offers practical methods of integrating the timeless teachings and practices of yoga into daily life, and transforming the painful aspects of human experience into steps toward realizing one’s full potential.
He leads beginner, intermediate and advanced level yoga teacher training programs in San Francisco, and offers a variety of programs in many locations in the U. S., Europe and South America. Ramananda trains Yoga teachers to bring Yoga into corporate, hospital and medical settings and has taught mind/body wellness programs in many locations. He is a founding board member of the Yoga Alliance, a national registry that supports and promotes yoga teachers as professionals. His warmth, wisdom and sense of humor have endeared him to many.
Navaratri Satsang with Puja & Chanting with Durga Das – September 27, 2014
“Great People to Celebrate in Early October” with Swami Sarvananda- October 4, 2014
“Meeting & Managing Your Mood” with Amy Weintraub – October 18, 2014
“An Inquiry into Truth” with Erich Schiffmann – October 11, 2014
Deepavali Satsang – October 25, 2014
Satsang with Swami Karunananda – November 1, 2014