Sunday, May 25, 2008

His holiness Swami Parmanand

The peace chapel Invites you To meet His holiness Swami Parmanand
Thursday, June 5 ~ 7:45 PM
Swami Parmanandji first came to America in 2000 when he was invited to address the United Nations at the Millennium Peace Summit of World Religious Leaders. He has returned to the US every year since, sharing his knowledge and wisdom with thousands of people seeking the peace and compassion of his deep and insightful teachings. Swami Parmanand now travels worldwide teaching and giving darshan and imparting knowledge as an initiation, passing on Divine dynamic power to those who are ready to receive it. Today he has hundreds of thousands of devotees around the world. Dozens of books have been written about his teachings and techniques and translated into several languages. 7 have been translated in English. Swamiji’s personal lifestyle and concern for humanity is evident by his tireless, selfless service. His message is simple; ‘Know Thyself’…and his techniques to attaining this knowledge are as vast as the ocean. Under his guidance, many have been led to recognize the eternal divinity that resides within each and every one of us. Swamiji tells us that we are the Ocean, but that momentarily we have forgotten who we are and think that we are an individual wave instead. We are in the process of remembering our true essence. It is through understanding and experiencing ourselves that we can attain our true soul consciousness and remember who we are and why we have come here. It is then that we may be the playful wave that knows it is the Ocean, and retain a deep peace within the Oneness
Gifts of fruits, flowers, and sweets may be given to Swamiji, he then blesses these gifts and gives the blessed gifts (Prasad) to each attendee.
NO FEE TO ATTEND.Requested donation of $15 per person ~ $25 per coupleAll donations are used to support the charitable projects of Swamiji



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