Sat Jul 13, 2013 1:00pm EDT —
Sat Jul 13, 2013 3:00pm EDT
We have all experienced our subconscious minds–in our sleep, dreams, and through our unconscious thoughts and emotions. And, of course, we’re all intimately familiar with the normal conscious state of awareness from which we go about our daily lives. But there is a third, less well-known state of awareness: the superconscious. The hidden mechanism at work behind intuition, spiritual and physical healing, successful problem solving, and finding deep, lasting joy, superconscious awareness is the missed link to living richer, more meaningful lives. Though many of us have experienced fleeting moments of raised consciousness and enlightenment, few know how to purposely enter such an exalted state.
Through meditation, chanting, affirmation, and prayer, you will learn how to reach this state successfully and regularly and how to maximize its beneficial effects.
If you are looking to:
Find Inner Peace
Enhance Your Creativity
Unlock Intuitive Guidance
Feel Deep and Lasting Joy
Improve Your Concentration
Expand Your Awareness
Transcend Your Limitations
Commune with the Divine
Then you must attend Awaken to Superconsciousness!
Nayaswamis Pranaba and Parvati are two of Ananda’s most widely traveled and experienced ministers. They helped to create and direct Ananda centers in Palo Alto, Portland, Seattle, Dallas, and Assisi, Italy. Together they have been sharing Yogananda’s teachings for over 60 years.
Pranaba has been Director of the Yoga Teacher Training program and Manager of The Expanding Light as well as Ananda’s Retreat in Assisi, Italy. Pranaba has directed the membership training program at Ananda Village and has coordinated Ananda’s Meditation Centers and Groups. He now manages Ananda Sangha Worldwide, Ananda’s outreach ministry. An excellent teacher, he is known for his unfailing kindness and gentle approach.
Parvati currently administers the Janaka Foundation at Ananda. She combines deep inwardness with a childlike delight in the spiritual teachings. Both Parvati and Pranaba exemplify Yogananda’s definition of a yogi: A yogi is even-minded and cheerful at all times.