EWC to present Babaji Bob Kindler
Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 • 10:38 am
Eastern Wyoming College Foundation and a grant through the Wyoming Humanities Council presents Babaji Bob Kindler for three presentations on October 6th and 7th in Torrington, Wyoming.
Finding Unity in Diversity by Babaji will be held October 6th at 12:10 pm in the EWC Fine Arts Auditorium Lecture Hall. Women in Vedanta by Annapurna Sarada will be held on Oct 7th at 12:10 pm in the EWC Community Training Center room 1. Babaji will give an evening presentation October 7th that will entail a brief introduction to Eastern spiritual philosophies, centering on the Vedanta. Musical offerings will be integrated into the discourse to demonstrate the concepts discussed. This presentation will be at 7:00 pm in the EWC Fine Arts Auditorium. All presentations are free and open to the public.
Babaji Bob Kindler has been the Spiritual Director of the Sarada Ramakrishna Vivekananda Associations (SRV) since 1993, with spiritual centers in Hawaii and two on the West Coast of the United States, where he serves as dharma teacher and meditation instructor for students and devotees. He holds a dual spiritual heritage via initiation into the Ramakrishna lineage (Vedanta) and Kagyu Tibetan Buddhism. He is also the editor of Nectar of Non-Dual Truth: a Journal of Universal Religious Teachings, and author of over a dozen books on spiritual topics including Dissolving the Mindstream, Reclaiming Kundalini Yoga, A Quintessential Yoga Vasishtha, the Wisdom Particle, and Manasana just released in August. Babaji’s spiritual discourses can be found on SRV YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/SRVassociations, and on the official SRV Associations website www.srv.org. Additionally, Babaji is a lifelong musician and composer whose main training is in Western classical music. He has composed over 25 albums that have contributed to and drawn deeply from traditions such as Indian raga and bhajan, contemporary jazz, New Age, Hawaiian, and more.
For more information about this presentation contact Joshua McDaniel, instructor at 307.532.8256.
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