You are invited to join us for our weekly meditation service. Our Sunday meditations take place at a sacred temple of the Sanatana Dharma tradition. Sanatana Dharma (Sanskrit) can be translated into English as "The Eternal Natural Way". It is also sometimes known as "Hinduism". Sanatana Dharma is the most ancient spiritual tradition on earth. There are approximately one-billion followers of this tradition throughout the world today. Members of our society (the International Sanatana Dharma Society) practice this tradition in the most authentic and pure way possible under the direct guidance of Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya, one of the world's most qualified Vedic teachers.
You are welcome to attend regardless of your present religious orientation. We do require, however, that you strictly observe the following rules when visiting our temple:
Please be highly respectful since this is a sacred place of worship and meditation.
Dress comfortably for meditation, but in a respectful manner.
There is no smoking, alcohol, non-vegetarian food, narcotics, swearing or rude behavior allowed anywhere on the premises.
Be prepared to remove your shoes soon upon entering the temple. You can leave your shoes by the stairs inside (at the top or bottom).
The temple building is a large white house with a large pine tree in front. (Photo to the left) Look for a small ISDS sign in the window. Please always check the meetup site or your messages on Sunday morning before attending in case of a cancellation.
For further information, feel free to post a message or contact the Organizer on this site.