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When Silence Speaks: Decoding Lord Dakshinamurti’s Transmission of Self-Knowledge Location: CSE Grace Meditation Hall

When Silence Speaks: Decoding Lord Dakshinamurti’s Transmission of Self-Knowledge
An Evening with Dr. Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati

   
Tuesday, February 11 /  7:00-9:00 PM

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In this talk, we will explore the nuanced and unique ways in which the entire being of Lord Dakshinamurti unfolds the knowledge of oneself as limitlessly whole and free of all afflictions, such as fear and sorrow. In knowing Lord Dakshinamurti, one comes closer to knowing oneself.

Dr. Swamini Svatmavidyananda Saraswati has taught at several universities nationally, including UC Berkeley. She is widely recognized as a scholar of Advaita Vedanta, and is a disciple of Pujya Sri Swami Dayanandaji Saraswati, an internationally known Acharya of the Advaita Vedanta tradition, interfaith leader, and scholastic author of Vedanta, responsible for the inception of the All India Movement for Seva (AIM for Seva), a non-profit enabling rural Indian children to receive a proper education. She is widely in demand for lectures and seminars, in the USA and internationally, for her expertise in interreligious engagement, and in-depth training and scholarship on Advaita Vedanta.  Dr. Saraswati is the Acharya of Arsha Vijnana Gurukulam, which was founded in 2004 and has centers in Atlanta, GA,  Eugene, OR, Washington DC, Detroit, MI, Milwaukee, WI, and Fort Meyers, FL.

As a founding member of the “Global Women's Peace Initiative,” she has traveled globally addressing the ever-increasing challenges that face humanity in a global ethos.  An erudite scholar, Swamini-ji addresses contemporary challenges facing the world, from global warming to religious/social unrest, in her unfolding of the Upanishads, the foundational spiritual texts of the Hindu tradition.




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