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Talk on Yogic saints of the Himalayas


 I invite you to attend a public lecture by a wonderful couple who are serving the hermit monks and nuns of northern India.   The lecture is free, but donations are welcome and will go entirely to the Hermits Project.  Location and more details are on the flyer.  The flyer is reproduced below ; but the formatting is irregular.

   Please join us for this fascinating program on Sunday,  November 4.   Please arrive between 1:45 and 2:00 PM so that we can start the program in a timely fashion.   There is usually plenty of street parking within a block or two and since it is Sunday, you won’t have to feed the meter.   We appreciate your passing on this message to others who may be interested.       At the meeting we will also tell you about our ongoing class in The Secret Doctrine and a new class on Mysticism in Daily Life. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.   Warm regards,   Garrett Riegg, President TSO    

                                                                              This talk and visual presentation offers a special opportunity  to learn about the sacred saints of the Himalayas.   


Our speakers, Haricharan and Nyima, are dedicated to service and compassion.  HARICHARAN DAS is a chela, (a close disciple) of SadGuru Sant Keshavedas, a great south-Indian saint, and is considered his spiritual son.  Haricharan has spent most of his life deeply engaged in spiritual studies.  For 16 years, Haricharan has given meditation classes and instruction in Yoga Sciences in Berkeley.  To read a full conversation with Haricharan Das entitled “In the Company of Saints”, go to:



NYIMA TSAM is a devoted Tibetan Buddhist, raised in Dharamsala, India, the exile capital of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama.  She holds a Master’s degree in Economics.  She is a respected oral dharma translator.  From her youth, she had close association with many hermit nuns and monks in the Himalayans of Northern India.  She now serves these noble souls through the Hermits Project.  The hidden great souls are dedicated to compassionate prayers and meditation for the welfare of all.


The presentation will be followed by an open discussion with the audience.







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