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Swami Tripurari

Swami Tripurari Biography

October 9th, 2009 | About, Featured | webmaster | 1 Comment

It is difficult to find someone from the West that both understands and can elegantly express the theory behind an Eastern mystical tradition. It is even more difficult to find a modern mystic. In Swami Tripurari we have both: a traditional mystic who can articulate the teachings of an ancient spiritual tradition.

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Spiritual Lineage

October 9th, 2009 | About, Featured | webmaster | 2 Comments

The spiritual lineage of Sri Caitanya Sanga traces its origin to the flute of Sri Krishna, into which he pours his life breath in search of his dearmost devotees, the milkmaidens (gopis) of his idyllic pastoral abode.

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Audarya

October 9th, 2009 | About, Featured | webmaster | No Comments

Audarya was initially founded for the purpose of facilitating Swami B. V. Tripurari’s distinct literary voice characterized by its depth of spiritual insight and contemporary sensibility. Audarya’s remote twenty-acre ridgetop site amidst clusters of redwoods serves as an ideal setting for contemplative, experiential spiritual life.

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Madhuvan

October 2nd, 2009 | About, Featured | webmaster | No Comments

Madhuvan is a 150-acre remote mountain jungle monastery and yoga retreat that Swami Tripurari founded in on the West coast of Costa Rica in the province of Guanacaste, twelve miles from the Pacific ocean. The Sanskrit name “Madhuvan” means “sweet forest.” Overflowing with fruit, flora, and fauna, Madhuvan is a tropical paradise with breathtaking views in all directions for as far as the eye can see.

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Teachings

September 26th, 2009 | About, Featured | webmaster | No Comments

It is only after a prolonged evolution of consciousness through corresponding forms of life that we become aware of ourselves. This awareness occurs in human life. Human life is therefore the opportunity to know oneself—to become aware of the extent to which one exists.

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