THE HIMALAYAN TRADITION OF YOGA AND MEDITATION
NEWSLETTER JUNE / JULY
The combined June / July Newsletter of “The Himalayan Tradition” is now ready and available for reading and there is a lot of news to inform you on. We hope you enjoy this edition. Please, forward the Newsletter to your yogafriends. You can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe or unsubscribe for the Newsletter.
BELOVED SWAMI HARI TAKES MAHASAMADHI
Swami Hariharanandaji, a disciple of Swami Rama, who lived at Tarakeshwara for over a decade and was known for his joyful laughter and wonderful stories, and for his sincere attention and care for students, left his body approximately 3:30 AM on Sunday in India. Swamiji had been very ill for weeks with respiratory crisis and was in Jolly Grant hospital at the time.
Kani Ilangovan, attended Swami Hari's darshan at Rishikesh and cremation ceremony in Malethi, and sent in this report:
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India Is Coming To You!
Last Chance To Become Part Of This Historic Event
World Class Yoga Education in a Spectacular Setting Teacher Training , Continuing Education and More August 2008, - attend 1, 2, 3 or all 4 weeks!
WATCH THE INTERVIEW WITH SWAMI VEDA IN ASSISSI
This year, inspired by several swamis of Rishikesh including Swami Veda Bharati a conference was held by a new organization called Sarva Yoga (Omni Yoga) dedicated to the continuity and spread of the traditional classical yoga at a time when yoga is largely misunderstood.Swami Veda gave an indepth outline of the spiritual and classical directions that yoga needs to take.To watch the video click here and than on "Interview with Swami Veda in Assissi"
THE JUNE EDITION OF THE AHYMSIN NEWSLETTER CONTAINS MANY INTERESTING ARTICLES
No greater spritual exercise than.....
The building blocks of silence
Poems by Swami Veda
Teacher training in Rishikesh in October
Insight Seeing Tour
Five Pillars of Sadhana
Inspiring Gardens at the ashram
UNESCO CHAIR OF PEACE STUDIES
The composition by Swami Veda Bharati wil be read at the inauguration of UNESCO CHAIR OF PEACE STUDIES at Innsbruck University, Innsbruck, Austria, on 4th July 2008.
It wil be read by the Chairholder Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dietrich who has hosted svb at his university in the past. In 2007 svb, Dr. Stoma parker and Tejaswini taught a morning to night course for 4 days at the then Department of Peace Studies which was appreciated by all the students from ten countries.