Collective Life at Sri Aurobindo Sadhana Peetham

Sri Aurobindo Sadhana Peetham is a small residential Ashram in northern California, whose aim is to provide a place for those who, in The Mother’s words, “wish to serve the Divine” and offer themselves in all their parts and activities in a collective sadhana. The Lodi Ashram, which houses the Relics of Sri Aurobindo, sits on 3 acres in an agricultural area surrounded by fields and vineyards. There is a main house and a few outbuildings in a beautiful, natural setting. The community is self-supporting through sales of books, incense and Ayurvedic products. Karma-yoga work exchange programs are offered, and visitors are welcome. Although the primary purpose of the ashram is to maintain a residential community for intensive sadhana of the members, providing a place for the spiritual nourishment of fellow devotees, friends and visitors has become equally important. We continue to offer monthly Collective Yoga retreats and Darshan gatherings. Our regular weekly study groups, meditations, etc. are only open to the residents during this time of the pandemic. The meditation hall and relics room are open to visitors by appointment. This short video gives a glimpse of our collective life and activities here at S.A.S.P.
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