Youth Program

The New Dharma Youth Program is a place for young participants to connect and communicate. It’s a place to speed up our own evolution as a means of making it through this ecological crisis and transition. Various in-person and online sangha, satsangs and programs will be held by Sat Shree and other members of New Dharma.

Coming September 15, 2019

The Bhagavad Gita Revealed:
Study group for young people

 

Meetings facilitated  by Lisa Lestander and Amit Datta Roy

Online by Zoom teleconferencing
Held every other Sunday
8:00-9:30pm CET/11:00am-12:30pm PDT
Contact: Lisa Lestander at lestanderlisa@gmail.com

Every awakening is purposeful and has a role to play in the unfolding of the new consciousness descending to the planet. In ”The Bhagavad Gita Revealed” Sat Shree reveals to us that the Gita is a map to show us our own divine nature.

During our time together, we sit in silence and stillness, as well as read from ”The Bhagavad Gita Revealed” and share our own experiences of applying it to our lives. Keeping the perspective that all activities in life can be made a means for spiritual evolution when we integrate our human and spiritual development. This group is an opportunity to dive deeper into the reality of what we really are and to get in touch with the ancient principle that lives all of us that the Gita is a symbol of and is pointing to. It is an invitation to all those who feel connected to a calling much higher than themselves.

“It is a living scripture that offers a new paradigm for being, and for living the new consciousness now coming to the planet. We share this journey, this path, this new way. We are all in this together. We are all interconnected. Each of us matters. Each of us has a part to play.” From The Bhagavad Gita Revealed

 

Transparency Policy:

Representatives of New Dharma may at any time photograph, record and/or videotape satsangs, intensives, retreats, individual or small group meetings or other activities. Individual and small group meetings are shared for training purposes only and are not made public.  However, New Dharma reserves the right to use any such photograph, recording or videotape in New Dharma publications, advertising, displays, and publicity materials or for teaching purposes without obtaining further consent from any program participant. Each program participant releases New Dharma and its representatives from any liability in connection with any such use of such photographs, recordings and/or videotapes.