Vedanta is the oldest of the major living religions of the world. It affirms that all religions lead to the same Truth—“Truth is one; sages call It by various names” (Rig Veda). Vedanta teaches that the essence of all beings and all things is Spirit, infinite and eternal, unchanging and indivisible. It emphasizes that a person’s true nature is this divine Spirit, identical with the inmost being and reality of the universe and that the goal is to actualize this truth in one’s life.
Join us in Celebrating Swami Vivekananda’s 150th Birth Anniversary!
A Special Interfaith Program
Memorial Day, May 27, 2013
Vedanta Retreat, Olema, West Marin County
10 a.m – 4:15 p.m.
Rev. Charles P. Gibbs – Christianity
Dr. Nahid Angha – Sufism
Rev. Heng Sure – Buddhism
Ms. Sherna Deamer – Baha’i
Swami Atmajnanananda – Vedanta
We are free if we would only believe it, only have faith enough. You are the soul, free and eternal, ever free, ever blessed. Have faith enough and you will be free in a minute.