Author of My Heart Remembers Swami Kriyananda, Narayani was Swamiji’s personal assistant for the last years of his life, always by his side. Since his passing, he is even more with her, guiding her, and her husband Shurjo as they build Ananda’s work in Mumbai, India. [E-book, paper , audio version of her book available from: Ananda Mumbai, Ananda Palo … Read More
We are on to the second vow of renunciation in Swami Kriyanada’s book A Renunciate Vow for the New Age. This vow is called The Renunciate Vow of Brahmacharya.
Growing up, on the outside, everything looked fine, but inside was always unhappy. Mid-teens began serious search for meaning, found Autobiography of a Yogi. Graduated from college and on that day, left everything to join Ananda community in Pune, India. With wife Narayani, runs Ananda Mumbai center.
Asha continues her discussion on the first vow of renunciation in Swami Kriyanada’s book “A Renunciate Order for the New Age”, which is the Pilgrim’s Vow of Intention.
Born in Uruguay, where, except for soccer, never felt in tune with the culture. Father was a Kriyaban, and supported his thinking “outside the conventional box.” Followed his older brother Hezequiel to Ananda India where he found his home.
Asha takes a break from her current topic of Renunciate Vows to talk about the current events happening today. How can we stay positive and balanced during this time of a pandemic and protesting?
Grew up in India, Malaysia, Dubai, daughter of educators. Everything came easily, life was happy. Sudden awakening to the superficial nature of life itself. Drawn by the authenticity and joy of Ananda people found her path.