216 19th Avenue South East St. Petersburg, Fl 33705
Ma Sarada Fund
Wednesdays 7:00 To 8:00 P.M.
By Swami Ishtananda
Mondays 7:00 To 8:00 P.M.
*Monthly practice "Sing Along" after the service.
The Center will be closed for the summer recess and will resume services and classes on September 15, 2019. We send our best wishes for a spiritually invigorating summer to all of our friends and well wishers.
Yoga class is being held on Tuesdays at 4:15 PM. Please watch the schedule for classes in the fall. This class is targeted for men and women of 50 years age and older, and conducted by a professional Yoga instructress. Please contact the office for information regarding fees and enrollment.
Chanting class will be held in September, 2019 when classes resume. Class is held at the Swami Swahananda Cottage at 1900 - 1st Street SE. All are welcome.
Prayer, study, and interaction with Swami Ishtananda. Classes will resume in September, 2019. Study class is being held at Mother’s House at 176 -19th Avenue SE. All are welcome.
All are welcome to donate for the poor money and other items necessary for daily living. You may bring boxed and canned food to the Center and place them in the designated containers. Food and other articles thus collected is donated to a local, reputed charitable organization.
When we come to non-attachment, then we can understand the marvelous mystery of the universe; how it is intense activity and vibration, and at the same time intensest peace and calm; how it is work every moment and rest every moment. That is the mystery of the universe—the impersonal and personal in one, the infinite and finite in one.
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Let people say whatever they like, stick to your own convictions, and rest assured, the world will be at your feet. They say, “Have faith in this fellow or that fellow,” but I say, “Have faith in yourself first,” that’s the way. Have faith in yourself—all power is in you—be conscious and bring it out. Say, “I can do everything.”
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The child is ushered into the world not as something flashing from the hands of nature, as poets delight so much to depict, but he has the burden of an infinite past, for good or evil he comes to work out his own past deeds. That makes the differentiation. This is the law of karma. Each one of us is the maker of his own fate.
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Knowledge of the absolute depends upon no book, nor upon anything; it is absolute in itself. No amount of study will give this knowledge; it is not theory, it is realization. Cleanse the dust from the mirror, purify your own mind, and in a flash you know that you are Brahman.