Swami Govindananda

Join us for fascinating conversations with the Swami

Show me the Happiness!
 | Manly Beach

Where is it?Historically, Saints and Sages have said that our experience of happiness is deceptive because an occurrence that brings you happiness today, can lead to sorrow the next, and vice versa. 

Swamiji, in a fascinating talk, will solve this riddle and explain how true happiness can be experienced.


Letting Go of Ego – Embrace the big picture of life
 | Bondi Beach

Why does yoga advise us to give up the ego? What’s wrong with it? In this session, Swamiji will talk on the intricate staircase to self understanding, and the role that our individual ego plays in this journey.


Three Essential Things to Deepen your Meditation | Neutral Bay

In this session Swami Govindananda will share three essential requirements that will deepen your understanding of meditation and set you on the pathway to self fulfilment. 

Swamiji will also speak on the true practice and meaning behind Kirtan Meditation, explaining what the mind should be doing while chanting the sacred, divine names.

21, 22 & 23 February

Manly: 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Bondi: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Neutral Bay: 12:45pm - 2:15pm

Free for members | $20 for non-members

Meet Swami Govindananda

Swami Govindananda (Swamiji) visits yoga centers around the world to present programs especially tailored for yoga students. He illuminates the wisdom that lies at the heart of yoga and gives inspirational insights into the significance of human life. He is widely known for his depth of knowledge, his gentle, humorous nature and his ability to inspire in others the quest for genuine spiritual living. Though a westerner (he lives in Sydney, Australia), Swamiji has spent many years in India learning personally from one of the country’s historically accepted great Masters. With this blend of cultures, Swamiji brings extraordinary clarity to the complex and timeless philosophies of India, making this knowledge easy to understand in a way that is rarely seen in the west. 

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