BHAKTI MARGA ACADEMY – ANCIENT WISDOM, MODERN LIVING
Bhakti Marga Academy is an initiative started at the request of Paramahamsa Vishwananda to act as a home for His personal spiritual teachings and the world of bhakti and spirituality. Its principle purpose is to spread Guruji’s teachings all over the world and provide general spiritual education to uplifting seekers on all stages of their spiritual path towards the highest purpose of life: Love.
The Academy provides people with the chance to connect to precious new ideas and ways to approach day-to-day spiritual life. The Academy is not here to fill minds with ‘book knowledge’ that so often leads solely to arrogance and conceit. Its single aim is to facilitate and enrich the understanding and transformational experience of the Divine – of Love.
Bhakti Marga Academy is based, and currently operates only in Shree Peetha Nilaya – ashram and the home of Paramahamsa Vishwananda. However, by Guruji’s grace, the Academy is now available also on your screens. Feel most welcome to join us on future classes either in The Ashram or the next online webinar.
Listen to daily Satsangs on the Shreemad Bhagavatam and the Bhagavad Gita which are given by the Swamis and residents of Shree Peetha Nilaya (SPN) Ashram as well as members of the Bhakti Marga Academy at Bhutabhrteshwarnath Mandir of SPN.
These Satsangs go through the verses of the ancient texts and how to apply them in modern times. You will hear many interesting experiences, beautiful wisdom, examples of practical approach in daily life and much more.
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The Bhagavatam is one of the most beautiful and philosophically enlightening Vaishnava texts, rich with practical lessons and modern-day parallels to be explored.
It contains the stories of the Lord’s myriad incarnations, from the more famous ones as Lord Krishna and Lord Rama, to lesser-known ones, such as Sage Kapila and King Rishabhadeva. The Bhagavatam gives devotees an insight into their beloved Lord, His wondrous pastimes, and teachings. Uniquely, it also speaks of the Lord’s many exemplary devotees and it is there that we often find the most inspiration and relatability.
It is with this spirit that we are tackling seven of the most famous lilas of the Bhagavatam, presented by seven different Academy teachers.