July 24, 2021
We offer our gratitude to ALL the teachers and yogis who have passed the Vedic knowledge forward often under great austerities. There is really no way to repay the service the Guru offers to students, other than to assist them in their Divine Service of transmitting the Vedic knowledge to others.
Most years we host a dinner celebrating our teacher Jeffrey Armstrong | Kavindra Rishi and we would be honored if you can attend. However, we will not be able to announce plans until life is back to "normal".
Full Program will be sent to you once you RSVP.
Guru brahma Guru Vishnu Guru devo Maheshwaraha
Guru sakshaat Para brahman tasmai Shri gurave namaha
WHEN: July 24, 2021
TIME: 6:00 – 10 pm
WHERE: VASA – Vancouver address given with RSVP
Under the Full Moon
IF you can not attend but wish to support VASA PROJECTS — VIEW details in BELOW “How can you participate this year?”
We offer our gratitude to ALL the teachers and yogis who have passed the Vedic knowledge forward, often under great adversity. There is really no way to repay the service the Guru offers to students, other than to assist them in their Divine Service of transmitting the Vedic knowledge to others.
An aspirant cannot learn by their own endeavor alone; the Guru (teacher) is essential to one’s learning journey. The scriptures may be the signposts pointing towards the path, but the inspiration to follow that road stems from the Guru. The Guru’s teaching is our strength when we lose our way. Each year, Vedic students honor their teachers in gratitude for all the learning they have received.
We also acknowledge and appreciate the study, service, dedication and devotion that our students so generously show us, allowing us to transmit this unique lineage to future students and generations. The Distinctivist Path may not be as well-known in the West as the Advaita Vedanta non-dual teachings, yet the Personal path to Bhagavan is a powerful and important aspect of Vedanta which must continue to be transmitted and kept alive, especially in these dark times.
Jeffrey teaches from the “Brahma-Saraswati-Madhva-Gaudia-Vaishnava-Sampradaya lineage or more simply put: Inconceivably, Simultaneously, One & Different: The Distinctivist Path of Vedanta.”
How can you participate this year?
Even if you cannot attend in person — if the Vedic Wisdom has served you in the past year, this is your opportunity to show your gratitude. Offerings sent in lieu of attending will be recognized at the event. Thank you ALL for your annual support.
SEVA means giving your time or financial support for the next year: What is your talent that you wish to offer in Krishna’s service?
VASA’s needs include:
- Editors for audio classes, articles & books. Production team for short videos, graphic designer, weekly online marketing for events, constant FB sharing, event setups.
- Financial donations are accepted to help further projects our teacher is working on.
- Funds are needed for maintenance of the website, salaries for a project manager (must speak Gujarati or Hindi). DONATE NOW
If you wish to volunteer to assist or sponsor this event contact Sandi firstname.lastname@example.org
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya