PLEASE NOTE: Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji will not be conducting evening satsang from September 17-October 2, 2018 or October 6, 2018.
Sadhviji leads discourses and question-answer sessions on topics ranging from Indian spirituality to the bridge between science and spirituality to the keys of true happiness and meaning in daily life, and teaches meditation to seekers from every corner of the globe. She travels across the world giving spiritual discourses, question-answer sessions and meditation courses. Her talks blend the knowledge and logic of the West with the insights, spirituality and wisdom of the East.
In this collection of articles taken from her many satsangs over the past few years, Sadhviji addresses a range of questions, from how we live our daily lives, the meaning of spirituality, the connections between science and spirituality, the philosophy of yoga and the Indian tradition, and so much more. You will hear and feel the divine clarity with which she addresses the questions that are in so many of our hearts, and each article will inspire you and bring you divine drops of Truth.
In this book, Sadhviji delves into the Eastern and Western methods and models of health, healing and wholeness. And, of Course, there is still the neuropsychology,for as she found, science and spirituality can actually intersect and overlap. Her conclusions are applicable to people of every culture and every country.
For most of us, a good education, financial prosperity and a happy marriage are the keys to a successful life, but Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati had all of that and left to become a nun in the Himalayas. In this astonishing, inspiring and funny talk, Sadhvi shares the story of growing up in Hollywood, graduating from Stanford then having a spiritual awakening on the Ganges River while on a backpacking trip to India. She provides the powerful insights and simple lessons that have transformed her life from pieces to peace. A talk to share!
Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, PhD is originally from Hollywood, California. At the age of twenty-five, after graduating from Stanford and in the midst of getting her PhD, she traveled to India with a backpack, on a short adventure. The unexpected spiritual awakening she had on the banks of the Ganges river transformed her life. She has lived in Rishikesh, India for the past 20 years and is a renowned spiritual leader, speaker, writer and social activist. She is the President of Divine Shakti Foundation, Secretary-General of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance and Director of the annual International Yoga Festival at Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh, India.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx