February 22-27, 2022
Siva-Aparādha-Kṣamāpaṇā Stotram: A Prayer to Lord Siva for Atonement
Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati
I worship the self-effulgent Lord, the consort of Goddess Uma, the guru of the devas, the cause of the universe. I worship the Lord of beasts, adorned by snakes, holding a deer. I salute the one whose eyes are the sun, moon, and fire, and who is beloved to Krishna, I salute the auspicious one who is the refuge of devotees and the giver of boons.
Siva-Aparādha-Kṣamāpaṇā Stotram v. 14
Join a beloved teacher and dive into the Siva-Aparādha-Kṣamāpaṇā Stotram, a scripture devoted to Lord Shiva, at the perfect time of year in the days leading up to the celebration of Shivaratri.
February 22: 8pm Evening Satsang
February 23-26: 6am Morning Satsang, 8pm Evening Satsang
February 27: 6am Morning Satsang
All times are in Eastern time zone.
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This program is included at no extra cost in our Yoga Vacation Program.
This program is offered live through Zoom webinar.
For enrolled students, a video recording will be available after each class in the event you miss a class or would like to review the content.
It is possible to register and take the course at any time. You can catch up on any classes you miss with the recordings.
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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.