Date: 29 July 2020 – 3.00pm-9.00pm
We are delighted to invite you for the first Darshan with Paramahamsa Vishwananda in Dublin.
Seeing and being seen by the Divine
The word Darshan is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘drsh’, which means ‘sight’ or ‘having a glimpse of’ the Divine. Darshan with Paramahamsa Vishwananda means not only seeing the Divine, but also receiving a personal blessing. To receive a personal blessing (Darshan) from a Realised Master is one of the greatest gifts given to mankind.
The Darshan experience
The Darshan programme includes devotional music and songs from various traditions, inspirational talks and, of course, the Darshan blessing itself. Musicians will sing and devotees may tell stories throughout the entire Darshan. The event closes with arati, which is an offering of light to the Divine.
The Darshan Itself
Darshan consists of spending a few personal moments gazing into Paramahamsa Vishwananda’s eyes while He holds His hand on the top of your head. Paramahamsa Vishwananda may or may not speak with you after He removes His hand from your head. If you have a short question for Him, please ask before He moves on to the next person. You may also hand Him photographs, books, prayer beads or murtis to bless. Once you return to your seat, take time to sit quietly and go inward to reflect upon your experience.
Darshan is open to all and free of cost. It is Guruji’s wish that everyone has the opportunity to receive Darshan. Darshans and other free programs like festivals are made possible through the generous donations of those who have been touched by Guruji’s love.
Dakshina is a financial gift that is given to a spiritual Master in gratitude for a blessing. It is in no way required. When given in the spirit of love, without any expectation or obligation to pay, it amplifies the blessing received. If you would like to contribute your support to Guruji’s mission, you may do so by putting your dakshina in a blue ‘Krishna Arpan’ envelope, found next to the Donation box.
Date & Time: 29th July 2020, 3.00pm – 9.00pm.
Address: 3 Reuben Plaza, Rialto, Dublin.
Cost for this event: Donations welcome.
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Please note our hall can only seat 450 people. Irish people and those living in Ireland & the UK will take priority if we are fully booked up.