CONFIRMED! NAU Bhakti Yoga Club begins Wednesday, OCT. 22!

Special thanks to the students who helped start the BYC (Bhakti Yoga Club) at NAU - Alyssa and Aimee.

We won't have any vegetarian cooking classes as of yet. We still have some forms to fill out and await confirmation from the University.

But bhakti-yoga chanting, philosophy, Indian music (and some vegetarian refreshments served at another location) are all lined up to begin Oct. 22, Wednesday evening 6 to 8pm, and every Wednesday after that (with the exception of exam weeks).

Hope to see you. Namaste.

Class will be taught by Purusa das and Radha dasi.


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This effort is being sponsored by the Sedona Center of Vedic Culture, which is meant to be a huge project, showcaseing the ancient spiritual culture of India. Vedic culture means bhakti-yoga, and bhakti-yoga means the easiest and most practical method of meditation. By chanting the sacred mantras, one can experience immediate relief from all material distress and feel themself transported back to the spiritual sky. This is the benefit of the process of bhakti in the yoga system.  Meditation, and the benefits one gets from the practice of other yoga systems are all said to contained with bhakti-yoga, the yoga of loving devotional service to the Supreme. The Sedona Center of Vedic Culture is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductable.

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