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He brought yoga to millions.

Paramhansa Yogananda brought yoga to the West in 1920 and was the first Indian yoga master to make his home in the West. His classic Autobiography of a Yogi has introduced millions to the spiritual life. It offers remarkable evidence not only that God exists, but that we can have a direct, personal relationship with the Divine.

Join Swami Kriyananda, one of the few remaining direct disciples of Yogananda, for a sacred morning of shared remembrances. During this wide-ranging talk, Kriyananda will tell stories—sometimes humorous, often miraculous— meaningfully relevant and helpful to our own lives. Many of these stories have never been known before, except perhaps to a handful of very close disciples. These and more are included in his recently published book, Paramhansa Yogananda: A Biography with Personal Reflections and Reminiscences.

Swami Kriyananda is both a scholar of Yoga philosophy and a bhakti (lover of God). The joy one feels in his presence is palpable—a small measure of the Divine joy he feels within. He has utterly devoted 64 years of his life in service to God and guru. He continues to write and lecture, dividing his time between Europe, India, and the U.S. This will be his only Bay Area program this year.

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