Realization Fellowship

Some articles on realization, realization fellowship, fellowship:

Self-Realization Order
... The Self-Realization Order is the monastic order associated with the Self-Realization Fellowship, a religious organization founded by Paramahansa Yogananda ... Monks and Nuns of the Self-Realization Order work in the ashrams and temples of the Self-Realization Fellowship, and teach others about the Fellowship and about Kriya Yoga “Monks and ... There are four stages of monastic life in the Self-Realization Fellowship monastic order, representing a gradual deepening commitment to the renunciant life and the monastic vows postulancy, novitiate, brahmacarya ...
Kamala Silva
... headquarters in Los Angeles, California for his recently incorporated organization, Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF), Kamala and her mother took rooms there, staying for months at ... ordained Kamala, making her the very first female Self-Realization Fellowship minister, and she continued to serve SRF as a lay minister until her retirement in the summer of 1974 ... official Northern California Center of Self-Realization Fellowship and served as its minister until she retired from public service ...
Rajarsi Janakananda - Disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda
... Lynn paid frequent visits to Yogananda at his Self-Realization Fellowship headquarters in Los Angeles, California ... large estate in Encinitas, California as a gift to Yogananda and his organization, Self-Realization Fellowship ... a Yogi After Yogananda’s death in March, 1952, Janakananda became president of Self-Realization Fellowship and Yogoda Satsanga Society of India ...

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