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Calendar: September 2009

ARATI (EVENING VESPERS): Monday-Saturday from 6-7pm, followed by a reading from the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna or Swami Vivekananda's Inspired Talks, on Saturday; and the Raja Yoga Study Circle, on Thursday.

Saturday Visiting Hours: 4pm-8pm.

Sunday Visiting Hours: 10am-4pm
10:00-11:00am: Worship and Silent Meditation
11:00-12 Noon: Spiritual Topic
12 Noon-12:30pm: Arati and Flower Offering
12:30pm: Lunch


Date Spiritual Topic

Meditation and Spiritual Life Retreat
with Swami Swahananda (at the Vedanta Center)

Sat., Sept 5th: Meditation and Spiritual Life—I
6-7pm: Arati
7-8pm: Talk on Meditation
8-9pm:Potluck
Sun., Sept. 6th: Meditation and Spiritual Life—II
10-11am Worship
11-12Noon: Talk on Techniques of Mind Control
12-12:30pm: Arati and Flower offering
12:30pm:Potluck
Mon,, Sept. 7th: Meditation and Spiritual Life—III
6-7pm: Arati
7-8pm: Talk on Spiritual Life
8-9pm:Potluck
Thurs., Sept. 10th: Raja Yoga Study Circle
7pm
Sun., Sept. 13th: Contentment in a Discontented World
Pravrajika Brahmaprana
11am
Thurs., Sept. 17th: Raja Yoga Study Circle
7pm
Sun., Sept. 20th: Meaning of Mother Worship
(a visual presentation)
Pravrajika Brahmaprana
11am
Thurs., Sept. 24th: Raja Yoga Study Circle
7pm
Sun., Sept. 27th: Durga Puja Observance
9-11am Special Worship
11-12NoonHoma Ceremony
12-12:30pmSpecial Arati and Flower Offering
12:30pmPoltluck

All are welcome

NOTE: In accordance with the City Code, please do not obstruct traffic. Park only in the driveway or directly in front of the Center. Otherwise, please park on a side road.

*NOTE: The Narada Bhakti Sutras are available through the Book Department at the Vedanta Center. To reserve a copy in advance, please contact the Center 972-252-4673 or Kalyan Basu: 972-365-3780.

 

 
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At the center of our being is a point of nothingness which is untouched by sin and by illusion, a point of pure truth, a point or spark which belongs entirely to God, which is never at our disposal, from which God disposes of our lives, which is inaccessible to the fantasies of our own mind or the brutalities of our own will.
- Thomas Merton

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