For the time being Guru Bhakti Yoga is not open to the general public due to global pandemic.

 

Mahamrityunjaya mantra  (MMJM).

Mantra is not the name of a god or goddess or of a person. It is not a holy word or part of a hymn. Mantra is not sacred, nor is it a tool for concentration. It is a vehicle for expansion of mind and liberation of energy.

                                                                           Swami Satyananda Saraswati

Apart from the physical dimension, which we are aware of, there is a dimension of energy, prana and vibration, which we are not aware of most of the time. Yoga says that when our prana or the vital energy flows smoothly, we are in good health on all levels, all the cells and atoms are vibrating in harmony with each other.  When this flow is interrupted or blocked, disharmony, dysfunction and disease take place, not only on a physical level but on other levels too.

MMJM had been known since the Vedic times. By chanting MMJM, powerful positive vibrations are generated which protect, heal and remove the difficulties and revitalize the whole physical body, the mind and the soul.

The mantras of the MMJM create a vibration which rearranges the frequencies in our body, and promotes health and healing. It is chanted every Saturday evening at the ashram for health, wellbeing, prosperity, contentment and peace for all together with havan[1].

The mantra acts like a broom. All sorts of samskaras (mental impressions) that have been lying around like dust on the floor of the house within the mind begin to stir, freeing the mind of old forms of mental conditioning that stand in the way of deeper experiences and knowledge.

                                                                                Swami Sivamurti Saraswati

Everyone is welcome to attend.


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How you can be part of this beautiful community of service

You are welcome to come and unite in our efforts to help us accomplish our aims and goals. Our association needs people who are ready to offer their hearts, their skills and ideas as well as monetary contributions, and to integrate their ‘head, heart and hands’ in service.

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If you consider the needs of others, we need you.
If you have a generous heart, we need you.
Ιf you have large hands, we need you.
If you have bright ideas, we need you.

Your contributions allow us to reach out to more and more people. Your contributions enable us to support and work towards the fulfilment of the vision of Swami Satyananda, Swami Niranjanananda and their lineage  that of peace and prosperity for all humankind.

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Mahamrityunjaya mantra (MMJM)

Dates: Online every 5th and 6th of each month. Dates and times to be announced.

Place: ONLINE

For the time being Guru Bhakti Yoga is not open to the general public due to global pandemic.

 

Mahamrityunjaya mantra  (MMJM).

Mantra is not the name of a god or goddess or of a person. It is not a holy word or part of a hymn. Mantra is not sacred, nor is it a tool for concentration. It is a vehicle for expansion of mind and liberation of energy.

                                                                           Swami Satyananda Saraswati

Apart from the physical dimension, which we are aware of, there is a dimension of energy, prana and vibration, which we are not aware of most of the time. Yoga says that when our prana or the vital energy flows smoothly, we are in good health on all levels, all the cells and atoms are vibrating in harmony with each other.  When this flow is interrupted or blocked, disharmony, dysfunction and disease take place, not only on a physical level but on other levels too.

MMJM had been known since the Vedic times. By chanting MMJM, powerful positive vibrations are generated which protect, heal and remove the difficulties and revitalize the whole physical body, the mind and the soul.

The mantras of the MMJM create a vibration which rearranges the frequencies in our body, and promotes health and healing. It is chanted every Saturday evening at the ashram for health, wellbeing, prosperity, contentment and peace for all together with havan[1].

The mantra acts like a broom. All sorts of samskaras (mental impressions) that have been lying around like dust on the floor of the house within the mind begin to stir, freeing the mind of old forms of mental conditioning that stand in the way of deeper experiences and knowledge.

                                                                                Swami Sivamurti Saraswati

Everyone is welcome to attend.


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