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Swami Atmachaithanya is a Spiritual Master from Kerala, South India. He dedicates his life to the upliftment of humanity.
We will be posting updates on monthly meetings in London to promote Swami's teachings and the practice of his Sree Chaithanya Siddhi, Pranayama and Meditation. Everyone is welcome. We will also post updates about Swami's trips to the UK.
Some information on Swami Atmachaithanya:
Everyone is welcome to meet Swami upon his yearly visit to the UK – irrespective of different backgrounds and belief systems – to receive His blessings and to experience the unconditional love and light which Swami radiates. Swami offers help on all levels – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. He helps thousands of people in numerous countries by combining compassion and unconditional love with a very powerful healing presence. Swami also offers holistic healing and classes for spiritual advancement with emphasis on meditation, yoga & pranayama. He has extensive knowledge in Homeopathy, Herbalism and Ayurveda and is a practitioner in Alternative Medicine, which he uses to alleviate and cure illnesses of people who couldn't find healing in other places. His prayers and suggestions for individuals help them to avoid conflicts in their family/work/friendship environment and find a solution to live a happy, contented and peaceful life.
Swamiji has been actively participating in several humanitarian projects for more than 35 years. He is the Founder & Managing Trustee of the Shanti Madom Trust India, formed in 1991, to provide charitable services such as medical and financial relief, and educational aid in India. He has 3 Ashrams (spiritual centres) in India. Spiritual seekers are welcome to experience ashram life in the presence of Swami and engage in Sadhana (spiritual practice) for their development. When in residence Swami performs daily pujas (harnessing specific divine energies) for the benefit of attendees and world peace. Yoga and Meditation groups are also welcome to visit (for more information, visit www.atmachaithanya.org). The UK charity Atmachaithanya Charitable Trust was established in the UK in 2010 (Registered Charity No. 1135546) to carry out humanitarian services, improve people's health as well as educate them in the timeless principles and practices of Sanatana Dharma ("the path of the eternal truth") with special emphasis on spreading the teachings of Swami Atmachaithanya (visit www.atma-charity.org). There is also an affiliated trust in the Netherlands - Stichting Shanti Madom (founded in 2009), with the same objectives as the UK trust. Contact details for all three trusts can be found on www.atmachaithanya.org.