04.03.2017 ►JVB NJ ►Inspiration | Vol 40 February News & Upcoming Programs

Posted: 04.03.2017
Updated on: 05.03.2017





Pamca jagarao sutta
                       pamca suttassa jagara
pamcahim rayamadiyati
                        pamcahim ca rayam cae
The five senses of the awakened always remain inactive.The five senses of the unawakened always remain active. By means of active five one acquires bondage while by means of the inactive five the bondage is served.





From Acharya Mahashraman


Roj Ki Ek Salaah
Time is wealth. Use it wisely. Don’t waste it.

Regular Sessions

Preksha Meditation - By Appointment only
Tuesdays  - 7:30PM - 8:30PM - JVBNA Iselin Center


Thursdays - 7:30PM  - 8:30PM - JVBNA Iselin Center

Youth Forum

3rd Friday of every month - 7PM - 9PM - JVBNA Iselin center

Gyanshala & Gyanshala North

Two Sundays every month - 3:30PM - 6PM - Franklin Temple Classrooms, & Englewood, NJ



 The great maxim for meditational practice: Anekanta

Anekanta is not merely a metaphysical concept. It is our complete guide to practical life. It is a great maxim for meditating practice. As long as passions are not assuaged, likes and dislikes are not reduced, the third eye of anekanta is not available to us.To access anekanta, we need meditating practice that will reduce attachment and aversion. As passions are assuaged and balance is found in like and dislike, our third eye of anekanta develops. All views seem to change and the matter remains as only matter. It is neither favorable or unfavorable. When there is no like or dislike, how can there be anger? Anger is not born of circumstances alone. As long as man likes and dislikes another, anger will never subside. As attachments reduce and the more it reduces, anger will reduce in the same proportions.

Excerpts from "ANEKANTA, THE THIRD EYE" By Acharya Mahaprajna




JVBNA Upcoming Programs 2017 

  • Holi Milan & Samanijis’ Swagat Samaroh - Sat, March 25

  • Path of Ahimsa - Mahaveer Jayanti, Akshay Tritiya & Tribute to Gurus - Sat, May 6

  • Gyanshala & Youth Forum Annual Day - Sat, June 3

  • Annual Spiritual Family Camp - Fri-Sun, June 9-11

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