Bhakti Yoga

Bhakti Yoga is the yoga of love and devotion. Ultimately, it is devotion to the Divine. It is devotion to the Divine in whatever form or non-form one chooses to meditate upon the Divine. Without devotion it is impossible for one to practice Bhakti Yoga. Bhakti Yoga is an incredibly powerful means of attaining Higher Knowledge and transcendence. To practice Bhakti Yoga can bring harmony and joy into ones life. The path of Bhakti brings Acceptance first through knowledge, understanding, peace, and most importantly a love of all. The word Bhakti comes from the word bhaja, meaning to adore, serve, love, to be devoted.

I honor the place in you in which the entire universe dwells. I honor the place in you which is of love, of truth, of light and of peace. When you are in that place in you and I am in that place in me, we are one.

Astrology - Each individual has a personal blueprint. The astrological chart provides a person with a guide to their life. Every imbalance, every problem and positive potential and more can be seen through the science of astrology.

Ayurveda - The Science of Life

Ayurveda is preventative medicine. Karmic potential is susceptible to environmental influences. The mind, by nature is pure. The essence of mind is meaning. The mind holds onto the impressions of our life, the Soul is the repository of memory. The impressions of the mind become thought forms which we define our life by. All of life is circuitous. Here is where disease can become physically apparent. Psychoneuroimmunology includes the brain (which is the map of ones vital body) where all illness and disease of that one person can be found, is traceable in the consciousness of the being.

Om Jai Ma

Love seems to be a high priced commodity basically unattainable. We’ve been led to believe we haven't been good enough to have earned it and are doomed to a life of punishment, untrue. We are all born with the seed of love in our heart waiting for it to be nurtured and cultivated. Truth can lead to acceptance of our inadequacies leaving room for growth and change in our life. If we accept the truth of our painful experiences of abuse and violence how can we in turn inflict such harm on another human being? Recognizing, accepting and understanding the habitual tendencies towards separation and violence we portray as a society are not working. We can begin to choose the path of faith, faith in our ability to change, faith in the reality that we as human beings can consciously raise our children in a nonviolent way. We can encourage the attitude of oneness. We are all children of the Great Spirit. Lets treat each other as we want to be treated. OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI

Temple of Bhakti Yoga