Body, Mind, Heart & More
The Svaroopa® Sciences practices are like glittering gems: yoga poses, meditation, chanting, vichara, philosophy study. They encompass your body, mind, heart and more. They shine the light on all that you are.
Then Guru’s Grace fuels your process and lifts you up, no matter which doorway you enter. You shine brightly, like a diamond glittering in the sun. You shine with the light of Consciousness.
Keep the light shining with another one of yoga’s gems. Dakshina is the yogic practice of giving financial resources from your Capital S self. All your yoga practices open an inner flow that makes you want to share. Dakshina is an organic extension of this. In our fundraiser, Body, Mind, Heart and More, contribute from all that you are.
Gurudevi says, “You love to give. Making a difference for others matters to you.”
It isn’t about how much you give. It’s about the place inside from which you give. As Gurudevi explains, when you “settle into your own Essence and Beingness, you feel less needy and anxious. Now life is about what you can give.”
Open your body, mind, heart and more. Give to the organization that gives you so much in return. Give to the organization that gives so much so freely to the world.
Single Contribution: In the amount that fits your heart and your wallet.
Monthly Contribution: Consider making a monthly contribution, or increasing your current monthly amount. Help us create a consistent and significant form of support, so that we may better serve you. Monthly Donors giving $15.00 per month or more are eligible for discounted tuition rates.
A Gift from Your IRA - Make a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) from your IRA directly to Svaroopa® Vidya Ashram. It can help fulfill your required minimum distribution while lowering your federal and possibly state income tax. Contact your tax professional for more info.
Donate on-line or by mail using a check, a credit card or bank account debit.
All donations are tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations for 501(c)(3) organizations.
“Giving and sharing are a mark of personal, and yogic, growth. You grow by caring. You grow by contributing.”
- Swami Nirmalananda