Himalayan Dawn Newsletter Spring 2009

SPRING 2009

 

Welcome to the Spring 2009 issue of Himalayan Dawn. With the coming of Springtime, after the long silence of Winter, life begins renewed activity, breaking the old forms and sending up new sprouts.  Similarly, after the silence and rest of meditation, we find renewed energy and creativity to express in the world.  

In this issue, Swami Veda Bharati speaks of how meditation can help you derive more pleasure from life; Swami Nityamuktananda speaks of the essence of meditation; and Randall Krause tells of his misadventure with the "inner television".

We invite you to visit our website at www.hymla.com, for readings, inspiration, and a calendar of classes and events in Los Angeles and the surrounding area.

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TASTE THE RASA, THE REAL PLEASURE OF LIFE
 
 by Swami Veda Bharati

Swami Veda Bharati, Hym-La's Spiritual Guide, is a disciple of the great yoga master Swami Rama Bharati of the Himalayas.  He has been teaching the ancient Indian traditions continuously for more than 62 years.

In this article, Swami Veda speaks of meditation and experiencing greater pleasure in life.

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The Inner Television
 
Photograph of Randall Krause by Randall Krause
How to live with, and calm, the chattering mind.


Randall Krause, Hym-La's Director, is a registered Yoga Teacher, and a Senior Mentor and member of the Faculty of the Himalayan Yoga Teachers Training program.

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The Eternal Now
 
The Essence of Meditation
by Swami NityamuktanandaPhotos of Swami Nityamuktananda

Swami Nityamuktananda Saraswati (Dr. Christa-Maria Herrmann), reaffirmed her Swami vows with Swami Veda Bharati early in 2007, and is a regular, highly prized member of Swami Veda's network of teachers.

In this article, Swami Nityamuktananda explores the space between past and present that we call "now."

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More information on Swami Nityamuktananda

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The Himalayan Yoga Meditation Society of Los Angeles (Hym-La) is a non-profit, charitable IRC 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization.  Our main purposes are to make available the teachings, support the practice, of the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition, and to serve the needy and disadvantaged. 

We hope you enjoyed this issue of Himalayan Dawn and invite you to join our courses and group meditations.

Please see our website for current offerings, readings, and other information.

 
Namaste,
Randall Krause
Hym-La Director