Self Enquiry Life Fellowship
Rating: 5 stars 125 125 reviews
PO Box 30627 Santa Barbara CA 93130 USA
The ancient Vedic order is a vast spiritual heritage rich with the esoteric sciences of prayer, meditation and monasticism. It is our goal to preserve the nonsectarian teachings of the authentic Vedic tradition, including that of the mystical Himalayan yoga lineages and to research the sacred Sanskrit scriptures, texts and manuscripts. We wish to create awareness through cultural exchange, introducing ayurvedic principles, Vedic arts, rituals, ceremonies and music to the Western culture while being a model of sustainability, living in harmony with nature.
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Devine's Review for Self Enquiry Life Fellowship
Self-Enquire Life Fellowship is a non-profit spiritual organization which preserves shares and teaches ancient Vedic Sanskrit language in such a way that it touches all aspects of real modern life. It also teaches different meditation techniques which passes to His Holiness Swami Vidyadishananda Giri through an unbroken chain of lineages. I am very much blessed with involvement of such beautiful Organization whose head is a realized spiritual Himalayan monk. I have been connected with this organization since 2010. My life have changed dramatically and got the purpose of live. I am practicing Yoga and meditation regularly.
His Holiness Swami Vidyadishananda Giri is always there when I need him. It is really a fantastic organization to get involved with. All the member in this platform work very closely like family member for the growth and improvement.
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