About the Gratitude Retreat
Everything is about perspective. In this retreat, you will learn how to deepen gratitude through spiritual practices and shifts in awareness. Get inspired by thoughtful talks from Amma's senior disciples in North America.
Spiritual practices include: Archana, Satsang, Guided Meditation, Walking Meditation, Bhajans, Gardening, Puja Class and a Bhagavati Seva Puja.
Spiritual practices override our mental conditionings and patterns and produce positive tendencies in our conscious and subconscious mind.
They increase the positive vibrations in the body, mind and even surrounding areas.
All spiritual practices have the ultimate goal of quieting the mind.
How Does it Work?
The retreat is designed so that you could have a similar experience to those who take retreats conducted live in a single day. At the same time, you could also split it up and enjoy each part separately as per your convenience.
You have the videos for 30-days to watch and replay in any way you like.
Swami Dayamritananda Puri, Swami Shantamritananda Puri, and Br. Ramanandamrita Chaitanya lead an all-day pre-recorded virtual retreat that you can take in the comfort of your home in a single day, or throughout the month at your convenience. They will guide us in expressing gratitude for gifts in our lives and lead us in praying for world peace. Activities include chanting, walking meditation, devotional singing, gardening, a puja class, satsang, and guided meditation.
The retreat concludes with a very special Bhagavati Seva Puja recorded in Amritapuri!
Schedule - Gratitude Retreat (30-day access).pdf
The different aspects of this retreat were streamed live in USA November, 2020 and in Amritapuri January 2021 and are now available anytime at your convenience.
He holds an undergraduate degree in Physics and a masters degree in Film Technology. He tours tirelessly in order to inspire all of Amma’s satsang groups to better serve their communities and keep alive the flame of selfless service that Amma has illuminated in their hearts
Since then, he has been based in MA Center Chicago, conducting regular spiritual and social service programs there, and inspiring spiritual seekers throughout the central US with his heartfelt talks.
He has written and composed many devotional songs (bhajans) and can often be heard singing alongside Amma during many bhajans. Br. Ramanandamrita is a PhD graduate in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park.