Finding the Answers to Life.

Who Am I?  What is the Ultimate Reality?  What is the purpose of life? Where have we come from?  These are the fundamental questions that arise in the heart of a seeker?  Jnana Yoga is the path to self-discovery.  It is not merely gaining knowledge given by others, but a way to discover the answers within ourselves.  Then that knowledge will set us free.

During the Lockdown

Vedanta / Jnana Yoga: Yoga of Self Discovery

Swami Vidyananda is resuming the above classes, via Zoom.  Classes are held on Mondays, from 19h00 to 20h00.

All seekers who wish to join are requested to contact Swami Vidyananda at

Swami Vidyananda is giving online talks on The New Testament Gospels in the Light of Yoga and Vedanta If you wish to listen to these talks, please contact Swami Vidyananda on

The Mandukya Upanishad  Swami Parvathiananda is giving a series of lectures providing much needed insights into the beneficial and healing effects of the OM sound as the Sound of Creation. The mantra Om is the articulated form of the infinitely subtle vibration referred to as Spanda or vibration, pulsation. From this all life forms are created. A prayer or mantra repeated over a plate of food radically alters the molecular structure and renders the food satvic.
Time:  11h00 – 11h30, on Wednesdays To receive the Zoom link please email

After the Lockdown

An In-depth study of the Bhagavad Gita, learn how to live a life of yoga in daily life with Swami Vidyananda.  Wednesday evenings, 19h15 - 20h45 and Thursday mornings, 11h00 - 12h00.  All welcome, no charge.

Vedanta:  Yoga of Self Discovery class, with Swami Vidyananda Who am I?  This is the fundamental and most important question that arises in the heart of the seeker.  These satsangs/classes explore the teachings of  Vedanta / Jnana Yoga to assist us in making this inner discovery.  "Know thy Self and be free" - Swami Sivananda. Monday evenings, 19h15 - 20h45.

Books for Sale & Library
Books are available for purchase at the Ashram, during office hours
and we have an extensive library.

You may also visit the following sites:

Books by Swami Venkatesananda.

Books by Swami Sivananda and his disciples.