Vedanta Society Berkeley
2. Yogadharana: Meditation session on every Wednesday at San Jose House from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Vedanta is a way of life based on a higher view of reality as pure consciousness both transcendent and immanent.
Vedanta is the “Integral Science of Consciousness."
Vedanta is the “Science of Spirituality” based on the eternal, universal truths and laws of the spiritual world.
"Let men have light, let them be pure and spiritually strong and educated, then alone will misery cease in the world, not before"
Photos from our recent celebration of the 125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda’s speech at the Parliament of Religions in Chicago
Swami Prasannatmanada is glad to confer with those who are interested in knowing more about Vedanta or with those who want to discuss their spiritual interests with him. The Swami requests that appointments be made after lectures or classes or over the telephone.
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Those who would like to spend some time in prayer, meditation and to attend Vesper service are welcome to do so at the sanctuary of Berkeley center every evening except Sunday & Wednesday from 6:30pm to 8:00pm and at San Jose House on Wednesday from 8:00pm to 9:00pm.
The Society maintains a library on Vedanta philosophy, religion and other philosophical systems and religious traditions of the world both in Berkeley and San Jose.
Books on Vedanta and Indian religious literature are sold at the bookstore in the foyer before and after the Sunday lectures and Thursday classes.