2012-2013 Fall-Winter: Swami Vivekananda 150th Birth Anniversary

American Vedantists owe an unpayable debt of gratitude to Swami Vivekananda. If he had not come to the United States, our lives would be entirely different and far poorer. The message he taught and the life he lived have given immeasurable meaning and purpose to our lives. But the debt owed to Vivekananda is far greater than that of his individual followers or any individual country.

2012 Summer: Ramakrishna’s World View

Ramakrishna, the Personal God, and the Problem of Suffering | Keeping Our Eyes on the Ball | Durga Puja | Vedanta for Agnostics | Freedom | Review: Remembering Ramakrishna: His Words | Announcing an Integral Vedanta Publication

2012 Winter-Spring: New Directions

Ritual and Communal Worship | Vedanta Group Worship Service: An Experiment | Ramakrishna’s Realization and Integral Vedanta | Appreciating the Significance of the Opening of the Bhagavad Gita | Two Poems for Mother | Surrender | Mahendra Nath Gupta | Vedantists Meet Again in New Mexico

2011 Summer-Fall: Three Pioneers

Three Pioneers; An Answer to Our Question; Reminiscences of Swami Ramakrishnananda: Teachings of Swami Ramakrishnananda; Nivedita Go Bragh; Glimpses of Sara Bull; Beethoven, Vivekananda, and the Heroic Struggle; Hope for Householders; Ramakrishna’s Highest Realization; Notes of a Bhagavad Gita Class…

2010 Winter – 2011 Spring

Naren Meets Sri Ramakrishna at Dakshineswar; How monastic disciples received assurance of Sri Ramakrishna’s living presence after his death; Chaitanya’s Prayer: A Perfect Primer (Part 2 of 2); Ramakrishna, Be My Friend (song); Swami Amohananda passes away at age 99; Christopher Isherwood The Sixties Diaries, Vol. II 1960-1969 …

2010 Fall: Maharaj Swami Brahmananda

Swami Brahmananda (Rakhal); Maharaj; The Central Teaching of Bhagavad Gita; Introduced to Swami Vivekananda; “Cross Country” friend is an inspiration; Chaitanya’s Prayer: A Perfect Primer; Nitya Chaitanya passes away in Hollywood at age 80; Vedantists Meet in Albuquerque …

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