12.06.2017 ►JVB NJ ►Inspiration | Vol 43 June News & Upcoming Programs

Posted: 13.06.2017
Updated on: 14.06.2017

Tinno hu si annavam maham
kim puna citthasi Tiramagao
abhitura param gamittae
samayam goyama! ma pamayae.
O Gautam! You have swam across the sea and are near to the coast, then why are you so inert. Make haste to go across it.Therefore have no remission.



From Acharya Mahashraman


Roj Ki Ek Salaah
Discipline the desires; pain will automatically subside.
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



Why is Anekanta the third eye?
Anekanta is the third eye because it does not give an explanation on the basis of merely the substance or of its mode. It's perspective is not simply to understand the unused substance, nor is it a perspective that understands only the modes. It is a dual perspective. It is not just substantial or modal but dual. It is the third perspective and therefore anekanta is the third eye.

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


JVBNA Upcoming Programs 2017 


Annual Spiritual Family Camp - Fri-Sun, June 16 -18.
All programs at Arshvidya Pitham and stay at Days INN Tannersville,PA.
International yoga day celebration  Sunday June 25
Paryushan sat -sat  August 19-26



Gyanshala Graduation
Youth Forum Graduation
Gyanshala and youth forum annual day was celebrated on June 3rd 2017 in presence of Samaniji Sanmati Pragyaji and Samaniji Jayant Pragyaji. The events started with Namskar Mahamantra by Samanijis and followed by… Hey Prahabhu prayer song with beautiful voice of North Gyanshala and Central Gyanshala kids. Teachers and volunteers gave glimpses of knowledge of what each group of students have learned during the Gyanshala year. Trophies and Certificates were presented to kids by Mr. Surendra Kankriya (Chairman) and Mr. Ramesh Jain (North Jersey Gyanshala). Gyanshala team had organized lot of carnival games and prizes, it was memorable event for kids, parents and teachers.


 Volunteer Work by JVBNA kids


The clean up volunteer was initiated by Aarthi Surana. The goal was to get the children and youth to get involved in volunteering for JVBNA. Several children, youths, and parents showed up at the old center on May 29th for spring cleaning.  It was a teamwork effort and fun at the same time.   

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