What we're about
Bhakti Yoga means the "yoga of devotion." It is considered the highest perfectional stage of the yoga system. It is easy to practice, and by practice of it, one can becoming blissful, free from all anxieties, and enlightened in all aspects of spiritual enlightenment.
Here at the Bhakti Yoga Ashram in Scottsdale, we present the ancient wisdom of the Vedas, India's transcendental knowledge on self realization. We also have kirtans where we chant divine mantras with Indian musical instruments.
At our regular Sunday gatherings, satsangams, which begins at 6pm, we perform kirtan, then there is a 30 minute talk on the science of self realization given by one of the resident devotees, followed by questions and answers. The program concludes with a spiritual vegetarian/vegan dinner.
On every Saturday evening, beginning at 7pm, we host something called "Transcend Your World", where, using the ancient Bhakti Yoga method, we help persons navigate through the daily elements of anxiety, depression, frustration, & boredom, to a higher consciousness platform of bliss (ananda) and knowledge.
We do not charge for these events, but suggest a minimum donation of $10 per person for our programs, or a sliding scale donation according to one's means. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
All our staff and bhakti teachers have been in the Bhakti-Vedanta tradition for some decades, and are trained in the bone fide Vedic science.
Om Tat Sat