Satsang with Swami Atmananda

Spiritual Awakening and Consciousness in the Tradition of Advaita

April 24th & 25th, 2021

16:00 – 18:00 (London time)

Two afternoon Satsangs held via Zoom

Swami Atmananda will explore the nature of spiritual awakening and the essential practices of Non-Duality according to the Advaita Vedanta tradition. Awakening is Pure Presence. It is neither an experience nor a state, but simply the spontaneous and immediate Recognition of our true Nature (the Self). There is no awakened one, but only Awakening…

Swami Atmananda Udasin is the Spiritual Head of Ajatananda Ashram, an interreligious ashram in the Himalayan foothills at Rishikesh, India. Originally from Belgium, he has been living in India for the past 24 years. He teaches about the Direct Path of Non-Duality in the tradition of Advaita Vedanta, and offers Satsangs and retreats in India and internationally.

Éveil Spirituel et Conscience dans la tradition de l’Advaita (Non-Dualité)

Swami Atmananda nous propose d’approfondir le thème de l’Éveil spirituel à partir de la tradition de l’Advaita Védanta. L’Éveil est Pure Présence. Il n’est ni une expérience, ni un état, mais simplement la Reconnaissance spontanée et immédiate de notre Nature véritable (le Soi). Il n’y a pas d’éveillé, mais seulement l’Eveil…

Swami Atmananda Udasin dirige l’Ajatananda Ashram, un ashram interreligieux situé dans les contreforts de l’Himalaya à Rishikesh, en Inde du Nord. Originaire de Belgique, il vit en Inde depuis 24 ans.
Il enseigne la Voie Directe de la Non-dualité dans la tradition de l’Advaita Védanta et intervient dans le cadre de Satsangs et de retraites en Inde et en Occident.

Swami Atmananda Udasin

Please click on the ticket below to register. The link you will receive will work for both afternoon’s Satsangs:

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