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"Doing what I can to nurture the spiritual and religious life of those I serve is my inspiration and my dedication. Supporting people from all walks of life in their search for spiritual clarity, health and wellness, in their life and in their relationships, that is my calling."


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Fri 06 Jan 2023

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Living the Path in 10 Simple Steps

The first question most students ask about Yoga and its related wisdom is “what is a ‘path’ and how do I follow it?” This is a question that comes up often even for more experienced students. The answer is one that needs constant reaffirming and inspiration given the distractible nature of our minds. Yet, the answer is quite simple: the path is the Truth, Unity, Freedom, and Self Awareness. The Truth is discovered in part by what percentage of your lifestyle and devotion you focus on each day. How much of yourself do you dedicate to inquiry of the higher, more integral truth. Unity is remembered by way of compassion and service. Freedom is experienced by way of non-attachment of the ego to sense objects. Self Awareness is the expansion of your inner perception toward the eternal nature of the soul rather than the temporary nature of the body. How do we accomplish this? Join Swamini for an inspirational talk of the 10 integral steps on the spiritual path of Yoga.


Swamini Shraddhananda Saraswati

Co-Founder and Primary Teacher of Kula Kamala Foundation

Swamini Shraddhananda Saraswati is the co-founder and primary teacher of Kula Kamala Foundation, a 501c3 public charity, and an educational institution. She holds five educational degrees including a doctorate in Anthropology and Biological Archaeology. She began practicing yoga and meditation in her teens and appreciated their power to calm and strengthen inner resolve. She met her Guru, Swami Adhyatmanandaji in 2007 and His teachings proved to be continually transformative, reaffirming, and uplifting. By the Grace of God & Guru, Swamini Ji entered her vows of Sannyas in 2019 in Rishikesh, India. Her Guru’s words continue to fill her heart and guide her work and her service. SwaminiJi has authored and leads Yoga and Yoga Therapy training programs. She founded two hospital based Yoga Therapy programs and spent many years working with abused and neglected children, at-risk teens and abused women, as well as individuals seeking spiritual clarity in their life and relationships. SwaminiJi has held the position of professor of Cultural and Evolutionary Anthropology (Temple University and Monmouth University), Holistic Science and Meditation (Georgian Court University) and Chaplain to students, staff and faculty (Albright College). She has published scholarly articles on topics ranging from spirituality and unity to ancient diet and its relationship to health, disease and socio-political relationships. She has authored three books of spiritual poetry and reflection celebrating our connection to Goddess, God, and to one another.


Sophia French

Host, Journalist

Sophia has been a journalist for over 15 years, and she has been practising hatha yoga for 20 years. She completed a yoga and Vedanta course at the Sivananda Yoga and Vedanta Ashram in Netala, and she's been practising hatha yoga in the Iyengar and Krishnamacharya systems. She is currently studying Indian philosophy and is a regular journalist