Sri Swami Vishwananda to Teach Bhakti Kriya for the First Time in US

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Swami Vishwananda is a spiritual teacher who was born on June 13th, 1978 into a Hindu family on the island of Mauritius. At an early age he realized his true Self and understood the reason for his incarnation. Since that time many people have come to him for his advice on spiritual and everyday matters.

Bhakti Kriya course with spiritual master Sri Swami Vishwananda

By the grace of Mahavatar Kriya Babaji, Sri Swami Vishwananda has received the technique of Bhakti Kriya. Bhakti means devotion and Kriya means action and awareness. Bhakti Kriya consists of powerful breathing techniques, mantras, yogic postures (asana) and meditation techniques. It is one of the most powerful and fastest ways to reach union with the Divine through the uplifting of the limited human consciousness to God consciousness. Swamiji states, "When Bhakti Kriya is practiced regularly one will eventually open up completely to the Divine and become soaked in sweetness."

Bhakti Kriya is open to everyone who is seriously interested in learning. (Participants must be at least 18 years of age)

To register or learn more about the upcoming Bhakti Kriya course visit:

"I have given my life to serving people," Vishwananda said. Although his teachings and rituals have a strong Hindu influence, Vishwananda teaches acceptance of all faiths, races and cultures. "It does not matter what you call the divine -- God, Jesus, Allah," "God is within. Man was not manifested to realize the body but to realize the soul. We have one goal -- to realize divinity."

Swami Vishwananda leads groups throughout the world in meditation, satsang (spiritual talks) and kirtan (devotional singing). He also bestows individual blessings (darshan) upon the crowd. His message of love is taught in simple and easily understood methods. One way in which we can realize God's love is thru the practice of Bhakti Kriya.

Sri Swami Vishwananda will be visiting the US from June 20-July 6, 2008

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