Ananda Marga Yoga

Dada Priyabodhanandji in Meinong

Meditation / SADHANA

The elaborate Yoga programs of Ananda Marga are dedicated to the cause of the revival of the 7000 years old original tradition of Yoga systemitized by Lord Shiva at the higher peaks of the Himalayas. Thus, accordingly our motto is based on the ideals of guiding humanity on to the path of “Self Realization and Service to Humanity.” Self-Realization is achieved by meditating on the Supreme Consciousness called SADHANA.

Service to All

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Selfless Service to Humanity

Rendering Selfless Service to the needy purifies the mind of the spiritual aspirant.

These pave way for all round progress providing positive environs to our fellow human beings, animals, plants and the non-living creation.

Lifestyle Training

We offer yoga as a comprehensive way of  (spiritual) lifestyle training to individuals and communities that include lessons in meditation, ásanas  (yoga postures) tailored to individual needs, vegetarianism, social service, and a holistic approach to life.

Ananda Marga Organization

Ananda Marga is a charitable non-profit Spirituo-Social organization. The Center in Flushing, Queens functions as the Headquarters for the activities of Ananda Marga in all of North and Central America, the Caribbean Islands and the Hawaiian Islands. More info on Ananda Marga can be found at HERE.

Ananda Marga Tradition

Ananda Marga was founded in 1955 in Jamalpur, India by Rev. Shrii Shrii Ánandamúrti Ji and started in USA in 1969. Since that time, tens of thousands of spiritual seekers have profoundly benefited from Ananda Marga traditions and systems of meditation and yoga. Ananda Marga achieves its motto of personal spiritual realization, and service to all of creation by ensuring individuals stay physically fit, mentally calibrated and spiritually connected to Divinity.

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Winter Retreat in Dallas, New Year 2019

The Dallas Margiis welcomed Margiis and Acaryas from all over New York Sector for a Winter Retreat, held at a retreat center in Dallas from morning of December 30, 2018 to late afternoon on January 1, 2019. The retreat was a grand success with attendance of more than fifty Margiis and nine Dadas and Didis. The preparations had been underway for half a year with weekly meetings of the retreat committee to finalize all details of the retreat.

Everyone enjoyed the blissful vibrations of the Kiirtana and meditation, excellent retreat facilities at the Ascend retreat center in Dallas, and good food and family feeling amongst the participants. The retreat center had a kitchen crew but allowed our Margiis to help with the food preparation so we could enjoy food prepared by our Margiis with love, spiritual ideation, and skill in preparing tasty Indian dishes.
The program was packed with interesting activities. We had daily Akhanda Kiirtana, and on December 31, we had devotional class by Acarya Diiptimanananda Avadhuta, class on the current socio-economic developments by Professor Ravi Batra, and a RAWA workshop by Avadhutika Ananda Kalyanmitra Acarya where the participants split into groups and prepared a dance, singing, and acting performance based on the Prabhata Samgiita devotional songs.
In the class by Ravi Batra, he forecasted that the year 2019 would be a turbulent year in the social and economic fields, and that the coming events of year 2019 would prepare for a great social change where PROUT would be established. He emphasized, that, in order to prepare for the coming changes, we would need to make ourselves strong morally and spiritually by ardent spiritual practice, and adherence to the Sixteen Points.
On the evening of December 31, everyone joined the Akhanda Kiirtana into the New Year, followed by meditation, Guru Puja and Baba video. On January 1, 2019 morning after Dharma Cakra, we read the Ananda Vanii in many languages. It was interesting to see how the participants in the retreat come from different cultural and linguistic background, speaking more than ten languages.
At the end of the seminar we had Akhanda Kiirtana followed by closing ceremony and lunch. Everyone expressed their joy in attending the retreat and the Margiis expressed their commitment for Baba’s work and their spiritual practices in the coming year.
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Music, Meditation, and Get-together at YMCA in Edison, New Jersey on Sunday December 16, 2018. ... See MoreSee Less

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Music, Meditation, and Get-together at Queens College, Student Union on December 15, 2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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Acarya Abhiramananda Avadhuta (SSNY) took the lead to organize public programs in Queens College and Edison, New Jersey. The title of the programs was Music, Meditation, and Get-together.

The Queens College event took place on Saturday, December 15, 2018, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in a conference room at the Student Union building in Queens College (Flushing, New York.) The program was video recorded by a television station in Queens. They will cut the recorded material and make a documentary that will be featured on the television. The program featured a yoga dance by sister Svasti, Indian dance by sister Priyata, Prabhata Samgiita, Kiirtana, and guided meditation. Acarya Diiptimanananda Avadhuta presented the projects and events of Ananda Marga in New York Sector with a new slideshow presentation featuring all the main projects in New York Sector. Arish Kumar Sahani encouraged everyone to learn meditation and support Ananda Marga. In the end, our sympathizers were awarded a small present and gave a short talk about their impression of Ananda Marga. In the end, everyone enjoyed lunch together. The event was very successful and gave a good impression of Ananda Marga to the public.

The Music, Meditation, and Get-together in Edison, New Jersey on Sunday, December 16, 2018, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. took place in a large hall at the YMCA Center in Edison. The room had a stage for the performers, and a sympathizer of Ananda Marga arranged a professional sound system. The program was very well attended by Margiis, sympathizers, and the public.
The program started with a yoga performance by sister Asima from Vietnam followed by a deeply devotional Hindi bhajan sung by Srimati Neeta Mujumdar Ramekar, director of Shree Harsi Entertainment in New Jersey. After that, two girls from the Akul family in New Jersey danced Bharatnatyam dance, and R. Sahasrabuddhe along with Neeta ji sang a devotional Qawwali song.

Acarya Diiptimanananda Avadhuta introduced Ananda Marga by a slideshow and Avadhutika Ananda Acira Acarya gave an introduction to Ananda Marga meditation, and after everyone had sung Kiirtana together, she guided the audience into meditation using the Baba Nam Kevalam mantra. Sister Tapsi played the flute, and sister Parul guided everyone to make origami art. In the end, the guests and performers were honored, and Dr. H. R. Chaudhary read some of his poetry and answered questions about spiritual practice. In the end, everyone joined for collective photos and had some fruits and snacks and a chance to socialize. The program was very successful, and everyone enjoyed the beautiful RAWA performances, Kiirtana, meditation, and the Satsaunga.
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Ananda Marga New York City Yoga and Meditation Center

Photos from those two excellent events on December 15 and 16, 2018. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ananda Marga
149-02 Melbourne Avenue,
Flushing, NY 11367-1356

Tel: +1-718-898-1604
Email: sosny@anandamarga.us

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