Ananda is a global spiritual movement sharing the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda. Through ancient practical techniques of meditation, Kriya Yoga, Hatha yoga, music, education & much more, you can learn how to make joy your living reality.
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What is Kriya Yoga?
Kriya Yoga is a meditation technique that quickly accelerates one’s spiritual growth.
It was first made widely known by Paramhansa Yogananda in his Autobiography of a Yogi. You can learn Kriya Yoga by taking classes at one of our teaching centres, or at home through the Ananda Kriya Yoga Home Study Course. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated by thousands of dedicated Ananda Kriya Yogis, from all walks of life, religions, nationalities, and backgrounds.
This Weekend: New Workshop
LESSONS FROM THE BHAGAVAD GITA
Sunday February 28, 2021
10:30 am – 12 pm
Bhagavad Gita means “The Song of God” and is the essence of the Vedas. Paramhansa Yogananda’s revelation of India’s best-loved scripture brought an entirely fresh perspective.
Extracting a few major lessons from the Gita, this workshop led by Nayaswami Jaya will help us apply and live the teachings of the Gita in daily life.
All are welcome!
We invite you to participate in the special programs and courses offered by Ananda India. These timeless, practical teachings will help you live a more joyful, vibrant and fulfilling life.
FEATURED NEW COURSE:
“Yogananda’s Energization Exercises”
Become a master of your energy!
Paramhansa Yogananda devised a wonderful system called the Energization Exercises, which takes advantage of the power of will to draw life-force into the body.
Course includes: How to live with greater energy, Learn the principles of energy and will, Learn all 39 Energization Exercises, Q&A and more…
This year we honor the 100th anniversary of Paramhansa Yogananda’s arrival in Boston (in 1920) which marked the beginning of a new wave of spiritual consciousness in America and throughout the world. His mission was one of world peace and brotherhood and Self-realization through the practice of transformative meditation techniques such as Kriya Yoga. We celebrate the change of consciousness that began in the 20th century and continues today through his books, teachings, and practices of meditation and yoga. In it lies one of our greatest hopes for the future.