How to Survive Kali Yuga: Teachings from the Kali-Santaraṇa-Upaniṣad
Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati
The Kali-Santaraṇa-Upaniṣad is a small Upanishad that deals with the power of nāma-japa, meditating upon the name of the Lord. It is said that the period of Kali Yuga, comprising 436,000 years is characterized by conflict, strife, cutthroat competition, social injustice, and inequalities. Furthermore, there is a sharp decline in dharma and the consequent increase in unethical conduct on part of humanity. When the interest in material pursuits suppresses and overtakes spiritual desires at the individual and collective levels, mokṣha (liberation from saṃsāra) does not even present itself as a possibility.
How can one purify the heart and become eligible for self-knowledge? How can one cross the terrible Kali Yuga? Join us for a Zoom program to find out. All you have to lose is self-ignorance.
July 17: Morning satsang and Evening satsang
July 18: Morning satsang and Evening satsang
July 19: Evening satsang
July 20: Morning and Evening satsang
July 21: Morning satsang
Morning satsang begins at 6am ETwith silent meditation and chanting. Swamini Svatmavidayananda will begin teaching at 6:45am ET.
Evening satsang begins at 8pm ET with silent meditation and chanting. Swamini Svatmavidayananda will begin teaching at 8:45pm ET.
Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati, PhD, is a widely-recognized scholar of Advaita Vedanta, teaching internationally through lectures and seminars. She is a disciple of Pujya Sri Swami Dayanandaji Saraswati and is known for her expertise in interreligious engagement and Advaita Vedanta. She is the Acharya of Arsha Vijnana Gurukulam and its centers throughout the United States.
As a founding member of the Global Women’s Peace Initiative, Swamini Svatmavidyananda has travelled throughout the world to address the challenges that face humanity on a global scale, ranging from climate change to religious and social unrest. Relating ancient wisdom to modern times, she draws from the spiritual knowledge found within the central texts of the Hindu tradition.