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Q: What advice can you give us on how to prepare for our

A: Understand death. The gross body dies; the subtle and
causal bodies don't die.

- Gateways, Dec. '88



Panchadasi Class

Philosophy class taught by senior students of Baba Hari Dass. Held each Tuesday from 9:00 -10:30 am at the Mount Madonna Center. At this time there is no official audio recording of this class.

Bhagavad Gita Class

Philosophy class taught by senior students of Baba Hari Dass. Held each Thursday from 8:30 -10:00 am at the Pacific Cultural Center.

Introductory Yoga classes

Ongoing Saturday morning yoga class taught by students of Baba Hari Dass. Free and open to the public. Held each Saturday from 7:30 -9:30 am both at the Mount Madonna Center and Pacific Cultural Center.

Christmas Celebration 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Arpita   
Dec 15, 2014 at 09:26 PM

All are Welcome to join in the celebration of Christmas Day at MMC on Dec. 25TH.

Our presentation will begin at 2:30 this year. Guests are welcome to come in the afternoon to visit, play, and enjoy the day before the festivities begin.

The program includes Christmas carols, musical performances, and a candle lighting ritual. Following our tradition, at 3:30 there may be a surprise visit by someone who wears red clothes, sports a big belly and white beard, and carries a big bag of toys and treats to give away.

Dinner for all will begin at 4:30. On this special day, Reservations are encouraged 24 hours in advance. Please call 408-846-4065

We look forward to joining together in spiritual song, holy remembrance, celebration, and taking time to appreciate each other’s presence.




Last Updated ( Dec 15, 2014 at 09:41 PM )
Thanksgiving Celebration, Nov 27th PDF Print E-mail
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Nov 11, 2014 at 04:46 PM

Satsang friends and neighbors are invited to join us for our annual Thanksgiving celebration on Thursday, November 27thWe’ll observe our regular traditions and rituals evoking gratitude for this opportunity to join together to sing praise and give thanks for all our blessings, including Babaji’s teachings that guide us onward. While Babaji cannot be with us physically, we hold him in our hearts with prayers for his well-being.


The schedule will be as follows:


Noon-1pm    Singing/kirtan in the CB

1-2:30pm      Games outside, weather permitting

2:30-4pm      Musical program & candle lighting ritual

4:00pm         Thanksgiving dinner is served

5:30pm         Cleanup

Last Updated ( Dec 02, 2014 at 06:35 PM )
New Year's Ashtanga Yoga Retreat, Dec. 28 - Jan. 1 PDF Print E-mail
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Nov 01, 2014 at 05:58 PM

Join us for our most popular retreat of the year where friends old and new are invited to celebrate the coming of the New Year, to take time to reflect on the past year and to consciously consider renewal for the upcoming one. Each day there will be opportunities to practice an array of Yoga methods: Shat Karma (cleansing practices), Pranayama (breathing practices), Asana (postures) and Dhyana (meditation). Different classes are offered for all levels of practitioners. Each afternoon there is opportunity for Svadyaya (self study) as we explore yoga philosophy. Evening programs include Kirtan (chanting) and on New Year’s Eve a special evening of chanting, singing, prayers for peace, and meditation up through the midnight hour. Please register early.  For more information and to register, Click here:

Last Updated ( Nov 01, 2014 at 06:05 PM )
Navaratri Retreat, Oct 2-5 PDF Print E-mail
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Aug 09, 2014 at 05:36 PM

Navaratri Yoga Retreat

In many cultures and throughout India the fall season plays host to a rich confluence of traditions and rituals honoring Gods and Goddesses in their myriad forms. It offers a time of transition from the harvest season to nature’s cycle of a darker, more inwardly focused time. Through the inspiration of our revered Guru, Sri Baba Hari Dass, we will come together during the last three days of this Navaratri festival to honor and celebrate the inspiring story of Lord Rama, Sita and Hanuman as told in the spiritual epic, The Ramayana. Mornings are devoted to intensive yoga practice and Puja ritual and in the evenings we visit the wondrous tale of the Ramayana in story, dance, and music culminating on the final day with the ceremonial destruction of the Great Demon King Ravana, representing the virtuous mind prevailing over ignorance and negativity. Participants will have time to join in the creation of the Ravana effigy. A closing Vedic Fire Ceremony for blessings will end our retreat. There will be thematic presentations on the deeper yogic symbolism of the Ramayana and time for conversation and discussion about those teachings. This retreat is designed for people at all levels of experience from beginners to advanced students.


Last Updated ( Nov 03, 2014 at 12:20 PM )
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