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THE AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL OF MEDITATION AND YOGA IS PLEASED TO SPONSOR A SECOND AUSTRALIAN SPEAKING TOUR BY WORLD RENOWNED GUEST ACHARYA DAS
Join world renowned and respected teacher Acharya das as he examines the importance of the Vedas and yoga wisdom in Western society.
Do you struggle with the magnitude of advertising promoting materialism and consumerism? What values do the Vedas and yoga wisdom provide in a modern Western society like Australia?
A lifetime of Vedic knowledge and Yoga wisdom enables Acharya das to speak with insightful awareness to help give you the strength and understanding to apply these values into your life in a practical way, allowing you to live a more purposeful and happy life, regardless of where you live. This will be a compelling and informative event with time for personal questions and answers after the lecture.
Free event – Donations welcome.
Event includes guided meditation, kirtan, Q&A time at the end of the talk and refreshments.
ABOUT ACHARYA DAS
Following on from a highly successful tour earlier this year, Acharya das returns to Australia for a series of talks in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney.
Acharya Das is a respected teacher of Vedic and yoga philosophy, meditation and kirtan. He is also a practitioner of Bhakti Yoga. He has studied for many years in India under the direction of his initiating Gurudev, Srila Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupad and has also studied under world renowned spiritual teacher Jagad Guru Siddhaswarupananda.
For 8 years up until 2006 he served as the General Secretary of the World Vaishnava Association, an Indian based umbrella organization for over 50 Indian and International spiritual organizations. He continues to serve as one of the secretaries in that organization.
He has taught yoga wisdom to appreciative audiences around the world for over 40 years.
Full Speaking Schedule for Sydney
The Secret to Living a Successful Meaningful Life
Wednesday 1st November, 7.00 – 9.00pm
University of Wollongong
Building 67, Room 101
By donation – refreshments provided
Mon 11th March | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm