Free Treasures Virtual Touch of Light Study Group

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Upcoming Touch of Light Study Group

  • December 4
  • December 18
  • January 8
  • January 15
  • January 22

Usually the first 3 Mondays per month – 5pm (PDT) to 6pm

Study Group Format

We listen to an audio recording of Nayaswami Jyotish or Nayaswami Devi reading the blog “Touch of Light” that is emailed on Fridays.

Subscribe to Touch of Light Blog by Nayaswami Jyotish and Nayaswami Devi

Then we listen to a talk by Swami Kriyananda that relates to topic of the weekly Touch of Light blog.

The study group format sounds really simple and it is, but the effect of listening to talks and meditating with like-minded souls from all over the world has profound and lasting effects.

If you cannot make it to the Treasures Study Group live broadcast from Ananda Village, you will see a link to the previous weeks’ event in the email newsletter that comes out on Sundays. Sign up to receive Treasures Along the Path newsletters (3 per month).

The Treasures Study Groups offered by Nayaswami Krishna and are not part of the Online with Ananda Virtual Community programs.

Updates to the Study Group schedule if something comes up, are posted on this website.

We thank Treasures member Casey Hughes for hosting our virtual room.

Study Group Testimonial

“Listening to Swamiji’s talk, sitting with other Ananda members in the broadcast room at Ananda Village, seeing far-away friends on a screen, being the in the midst of an on-line conversation – I was deeply moved by the feeling of a divine presence among us, a feeling intensified by the heart connection among so many receptively listening souls.”  PVC, Nevada City, CA

About the talks from Treasuers Along the Path

These are talks from the formative years when Ananda was beginning and are very instructive on how to live the spiritual life. We have 400 and there are approximately 500 more talks waiting to be digitized from cassettes or reel-to-reel tapes.