Sunday Service Recordings
Noon Meditation Video
“Walking the Spiritual Path, Part I,”
by Goswami Kriyananda
Introduced by Swami Abhinanda
In Goswami Kriyananda’s Noon Meditation, “Walking the Spiritual Path, Part I,” he notes that human beings are good, and that all of our good karma manifests through people. During this time of division, animosity and cynicism, it can be easy to lose sight of the goodness of our fellow human beings. Walking the spiritual path invites us to cultivate compassion and unselfish love for even those we see as our enemies. In this introduction to the Noon Meditation, we will explore the wisdom of living a life of compassion and unselfish love, and the strength and intentionality that is necessary to do so.
“Kriya Yoga: A Pathway to Truth”
with Swami Tapasananda
with Sylvia Ewing
Join us for a mediation focused on loving kindness and the power of our sacred breath or pranayama as keys to open the door to enlightenment.
Sylvia Ewing, Opening Blessing and Prayer Swami Pranananda
“Love Grows Where Happiness Flows”
with Swami Mahashastrananda
The focus of this meditation will inspire each of us to learn to be happy so that
we can help others to be happy.
We need to realize that in spite of the chaos surrounding us in the external
world, we have the ability to be happy through the realization that the seeds of
happiness reside deep within each of us.
“Seva: Unselfish Love in Action”
with Swami Satpatyananda
Join us for mantra, music and meditation in honor of Lord Krishna’s birthday.
The eighth incarnation of the God Vishnu, Krishna symbolizes Divine Love.
In the poetic spiritual text, the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna teaches about unselfish
love, devotion and service to others as a means to liberation. We will meditate
on quotes from this beautiful text and on the perennial wisdom of Lord Krishna’s
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Noon Meditation Video by Goswami Kriyananda
Introduced by Swami Abhinanda
"Reinvigorating and Reenergizing in the Face of Tiredness and Exhaustion"
One of the greatest dangers on the Spiritual Path is fatigue and exhaustion. The experience of feeling tired and discouraged can undermine our practice and, in some instances, lead us to leave the Spiritual Path. In this introduction to Goswami Kriyananda’s Noon Meditation on “Dharma,” we will discuss several ways of working with the tiredness and exhaustion that can appear at any time during a life of walking the path. Particularly, at this time of global pandemic, exhaustion and fatigue may be especially acute, and this lecture will explore ways of reenergizing and reinvigorating ourselves when we feel discouraged and exhausted.
“Bhakti Yoga Meditation”
“The Mystery of Communication and Attuning to the Divine Within”
Swami J. Pranananda,
The ability to think a thought and share that thought with another is a great mystery. Even more so is to turn your attention inward and ascend upward and communicate with the
“All Of Your Life Is Sacred”
Goswami Kriyananda’s Noon Meditation this week is entitled “How To Improve Your Earth Life.” One of the messages in this meditation is that “All of Life is Sacred.” This has been the message of mystics down through the ages. We are inclined to categorize our experiences, for example, as good/bad, meaningful/meaningless, spiritual/mundane, but our journey on the spiritual path is to see all of life as sacred. In this brief introduction to Goswami Kriyananda’s Noon meditation, we will consider our inclination to judge our experiences and how this tendency can undermine our capacity to experience the sacredness of each moment of this life.
"How to Improve Your Earth Life"
Noon Meditation by Goswami Kriyananda
Noon Meditation by Goswami Kriyananda from June 13th 2004
"Reflections and Insights for Inner Peace"
Swami K. Japananda gives an inspirational message about true inner peace, and how to stay balanced and truly thankful throughout life’s challenges and hardships. She will share some inner tools within our reach to remain peaceful, centered, and happy. Forty-eight minutes of thoughts and reflections on walking the Spiritual Journey, including quiet inturning and meditation.
“Awakening into the Light”
This talk will focus on expanding your awareness of the good and beautiful in life and finding your spiritual treasures within.
“You Are Your Own Creative Potential”
Introduction to Goswami Kriyananda's Video by Swami Abhinanda
Goswami Kriyananda’s Noon Meditation this week is entitled “Let Us Define Karma.” In this introduction to the meditation, we will underscore our capacity to shape our lives by our attitudes and expectations. It is easy to be swept up in the current of life, especially when the circumstances are as powerful as those with which we are currently living; a global health pandemic, economic insecurity, and social tensions. An antidote to feeling helpless in the face of life circumstances is to recognize that our ultimate influence is always internal, and it has to do with attitude and acceptance. We will explore the ways in which our meditation practice and spiritual path can empower us to respond to life with love, rather than with fear.
"Let us Define Karma"
By Goswami Kriyananda
“Meditation as the Path to Ending the 5 afflictions”
Samadhi is the result of extended practice of the eight limbs of yoga. It is the dissolution of the separateness between creator and created. By looking at the 5 areas that create the illusion of separateness we can more easily see what we are. Our meditation will include a contemplation of the Bhagavad Gita centering on Krishna describing the Self.
“Remove the Veils of Forgetfulness and Remember”
The Koshas provide a framework from which we may experience deeper layers of the self. Beginning with a short lecture we will discover the philosophical insight surrounding them. The guided meditation will explore the sacred centers, in a manner even a new comer may grasp.
Babaji Festival of Joy