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Sampoorna Karma Yoga Day

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Date/Time
Date(s) – Jan 12, 2013 – Apr 27, 2013
8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Location
Yogi Hari's Ashram

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Every Saturday 8:00am – 2:00pm

Om Shantih Divine Devotees and Friends

This is a wonderful opportunity to be at the ashram enjoy the benefits of good health with hatha yoga, working in the garden in the fresh open air and sun and enjoying a delicious and nutritious yogic meal.

This day is free so a great opportunity for those who are having financial restrictions.

We will have

 Hatha Yoga Class 8:00-9:30am

Vegetarian Brunch 9:30-10:30am

Karma Yoga 10:30-2:00pm

What is Karma Yoga

Karma means action or deed. Any physical or mental action is Karma. Thinking is mental Karma. Karma is the sum total of our acts, both in the present life and in the preceding births.

Karma means not only action, but also the result of an action. The consequence of an action is really not a separate thing. It is a part of the action and cannot be divided from it.

Karma Yoga is selfless service. It  is the Yoga of action which purifies the mind.

Action of some kind or the other is unavoidable. Karma binds when it is done with a selfish motive, with the expectation of fruits. But when action is done without the expectation of fruits, it is liberating. If you act as an instrument in the hands of god, as a participant in the cosmic activity of nature, without expectation of fruits, that Karma will not bind you. Karma, then becomes Karma Yoga. Work unselfishly.

The practice of Karma Yoga prepares the aspirant for the reception of knowledge of the Self.

Please register at least 24 hours ahead.

Looking forward to seeing you all.

Om Shantih

Yogi Hari’s Ashram

 954-399-8000 or email tara@yogihari.com

“Wisdom is living a life of selfless service” 

Guruji

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