We experience the beautiful
healing presence of nature in peacocks, doves, tropical birds, flowers, plants, 9 healing trees, fresh air and sweet water.
We greatly value our practice, the grace and guidence of our teacher and ourselves. Each day presents an opportunity to grow
into our full potential as human beings. We work to bring balance and harmony to ourselves, environment and relationships.
We enjoy visitors as they bring renewed energy and persepective into our lives.
An ashram is a hermitage of yogis and yoginis.
It is a place to deepen one's spiritual practice (sadhana). We accept persons of a mature age and disposition. Any person
wishing to retreat in the ashram will need to fill out an application and be accepted by Swamiji. We have limited facilities
such as no cook or canteen. Persons in retreat will need to set up their own small kitchen or eat outside of the ashram. We
work to accomodate the needs of serious spiritual aspirants and seekers.
A large part of our daily life is Seva (selfless
service). This is giving of your time and effort make other people's lives happier and easier.
Through Karma Yoga and Seva we dedicate our actions to humanity and divinity, This process starts purification within
the heart and mind and helps a person to become a more open and giving human being.