Life in the Ashram (SRF Monks)
This class will provide a glimpse into the life of being an SRF monk, one who has dedicated himself to monastic discipline and meditation, prayer, and service to our Guru’s worldwide mission. It will also give eligible male devotees the chance to consider whether a life in the ashrams of Self-Realization Fellowship might be for them. And it will conclude with a short video that takes one further into the daily life and experience of those who are striving to follow, outwardly and inwardly, in the footsteps of our Guru on the path of outer as well as inner renunciation.
Speaker: Brother Sevananda
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About the Speaker
Brother Sevananda, whose name indicates “the bliss that is to be found through service,” has been an SRF monk for over 40 years. Currently, he lives at SRF’s international headquarters in Los Angeles where he is involved in the spiritual training of the younger monks. Brother Sevananda has lectured on Yogananda’s teachings throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Interested In Learning More About Monastic Life?
We invite you to watch the video below and visit our monastic order web page for more information.
If you wish to contact us about monastic life: MonkAdmissions@yogananda-srf.org
“Finding Joy in Seeking God Together” | Give Me Thy Heart: The Life of SRF Monks in Yogananda’s Ashrams
The SRF Monastic Order: A community of monks and nuns dedicated to seeking God and serving the spiritual and humanitarian work of Paramahansa Yogananda
All Lessons applications receive our personal attention and we ask for your patience. Because of the large numbers attending this Convocation, if you have not applied for the Lessons by August 1st, your access to the classes on the SRF techniques may be delayed. However, all Convocation events will be available to view later.
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