Bhakti Marga Art was formed through the teachings of Sri Swami Vishwananda. With Swamiji’s blessing it has become a form of sadhana (spiritual practice) that allows us to express our devotion to the Divine through art. It is an active meditation in which we connect with the Saints and Deities as we paint them from our hearts and in the stillness of the mind.
Prayers and Puja can be the way in which we connect to the Divine through the outpouring of Love from the heart. On our path of Bhakti (Devotion) prayers are often offered through ritual ceremonies. As we connect the spiritual traditions of East and West, both Christian and Hindu ceremonies are conducted.
Bhakti Study Circles, as they are known, are gatherings of devotees with the goal to study, reflect and grow in understanding of the teachings of Sri Swami Vishwananda and the spiritual path as a whole. Devotees are encouraged to share experiences related to the passages being read and share any personal interpretations and understandings to fully profit from the richness of the communities’ collective experiences.
Regular Group Actvities can be found throughout the world of Bhakti Marga. We come together to share our Love for the Divine, be it through OM Healing, Atma Kriya Yoga, communal prayers, singing or Bhakti Study Circles. Coming together allows us to feel the connecting factor between all humanity, that spark of the Divine that resides within each one of us, in a much stronger and palpable way.