Atlanta is an urban yoga ashram.
It’s satsang (a core group of individuals committed to
the teachings of yoga) contribute daily to creating and maintaining
a space of spiritual community, characterized by love, compassion,
and open-heartedness. This community provides emotional, spiritual,
and material support to people in need. Creating this space
of safety that extends outward into the world helps to provide
a lifeline to yoga that is very accessible, encouraging them
to integrate what they have learned into their everyday lives.
Atlanta is an extension of Kashi Ashram in Sebastian, Florida.
Founded in 1977 by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, Kashi is a community
of people working and living together on a path of conscious,
intentional spirituality. The grounds of Kashi are in fact
a temple, and great care is taken to maintain an environment
that supports and nurtures the spiritual growth of its visitors
and residents. Kashi Atlanta has three residential quarters
where satsang live and work together in spiritual community.
Atlanta Celebrates Baba's Mahasamadhi
members gathered on September 9th for a sacred fire ceremony
(puja) in honor of Neem Karoli Baba’s death (mahasamadhi)
in 1973. Over thirty members participated in this ancient
ritual and celebration of Baba’s yogic teachings.
Karoli Baba is the guru’s guru of the lineage of yoga
taught at Kashi Atlanta. He is most famous for the teaching
“feed everybody”, meaning not only physical food,
but direct and unconditional love. For more information on
Neem Karoli Baba, see www.kashi.org.
Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006
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