31.01.2017 ►Siddhayatan ►Satsang (Spiritual Gathering) Dates Announced

Posted: 01.02.2017


Siddhayatan Tirth

Jai Siddhatma!

Acharya Shree mentioned in his New Year's video that this would be a great year, especially for personal growth! We've received many emails inquiring about how to be positive despite negative situations or people. It's an important question and it is something that needs to be mastered by every spiritual aspirant. The answer is balance. With true balance, one remains unaffected by both the positive and negative. When you are balanced, you become calm, peaceful, understanding and have right vision. These are the treasures we strive for, but in the process we must go beyond emotions and immediate reactions. Acharya Shree shares that to be balanced is to live in flow and harmony. Free yourself first. Help yourself first. Work on yourself first. Then you will know what strength, courage and fearlessness it will take to make the world a better place.
Be sure to watch Acharya Shree's inspirational video: How to Not Get Affected by Negative People.
We have some additional news to share with you such as our new Siddhayatan monthly Satsangs, the birth of International Society of Human Unity, and India!



Life is a moment. The next moment it is changed. Being fully present should be your goal, not living in the past or the future. This is the way to find peace and serenity that you seek.

Love is boundless. It is beyond emotions. It flows freely and unobstructed. It does not care what is in front of it. It is not subject to conditions. It is like the sun shining, the rain falling, the flower blossoming.




New Monthly Meetup Announcement - YAAY!


You've asked. We've listened!

We're super excited to announce that we will be able to spend more time together with Siddhayatan's new monthly satsangs!

Satsang literally translates to "spiritual community." What better way to consistently grow on your path, receive monthly guidance from Acharya Shree, meet like-minded spiritual seekers, and have the opportunity to experience deep realizations?

Each satsang includes mantras, lecture by Acharya Shree Yogeesh, aarti, chai (Indian tea) and snacks -- fun, right?

Here's our upcoming Satsangs:
>> Sunday, February 26 (2:00-4:00pm)
>> Sunday, March 26 (2:00-4:00pm)
>> Sunday, April 16 (2:00-4:00pm)

Satsangs will take place at Siddhayatan Tirth:
9985 E. Hwy 56, Windom, Tx 75492

There is no cost to attend the satsang, though donations are appreciated.

If you'd like to volunteer vegetarian (eggless) snacks, please let us know!
We can't wait to see you in a couple of weeks.:)




Didn't Acharya Shree tell you that 2017 is going to be an awesome year?:)

Our new non-profit has been born. Meet ISHU.

ISHU stands for the International Society of Human Unity!

You are the FIRST to find about our new 501(c)3 non-profit that was recently established by Acharya Shree Yogeesh, Sadhvi Siddhali Shree, Sadhvi Anubhuti and the Siddhayatan team. YAY!
As you know, the Siddhayatan monks are dedicated humanitarians that not only want to help the world spiritually but as a society too! 
ISHU's mission is to promote the principle of nonviolence by focusing on uniting humanity, promoting equality of human life regardless of gender, race, religion, orientation, culture, etc. and work on various projects and support causes that are in alignment with our mission. Its first focus is on combatting human trafficking.
Please be on the lookout for future emails on how you can personally get involved in our humanitarian work, causes, and campaigns.




Trip to India: Experiencing Spiritual Roots & Growth


One of the greatest blessings and opportunities one can receive is to spend quality time with an enlightened spiritual master.

Last December, 25 of Acharya Shree's students from around the world joined him for a two-week incredible experience visiting beautiful temples and holy sites that were filled with strong, powerful and uplifting energy, spending time with very sweet and hospitable Jain families giving them personal time to learn more about the ancient shramanic tradition, Indian culture, and taste amazing food.

Some of the spiritual adventures included dipping in the Ganges River at the base of the Himalayas in Haridwar/Rishikesh, visiting two high-energy Tirthankar Mandirs (Ranakpur and Dilwara) treasures which were filled with strong energy and mind-blowing artwork, and time to enjoy the company of other truth seekers.


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