Monthly Archives: April 2023

Echo From The Cave: 199

Saturday April 15, 2023 NYC夢、應作如是觀--瑜伽的旅程探索展

A Special Yoga Exhibition in Taipei
by Mahayogi Yoga Mission of Taiwan Opened April 14th

If this world is a dream, why am I in this dream?

In the ever-changing fantasy world,
what is the way to obtain true happiness and become the true self?
This is the reason for the existence of Yoga and the secret of our birth

In order to let more people know about the Taiwanese Chinese edition of The Universal Gospel of Yoga, published on November 23rd last year, Mahayogi Mission of Taiwan is holding a special Yoga Exhibition in Taipei!

Days: Friday 2023.4.14 — Sunday 2023.4.23
Location: The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park—Art Space A
Fri 4.14   17:00 – 20:00
Sat 4.15 & Sun 4.16   11:00 – 20:00
Mon 4.17 —  Sun 4.23   11:00 – 18:00

Weekend Yoga Theater:
Sat & Sun   16:00 (about 50 minutes)
Contents:  Asana demonstration, Kirtan performance, introduction to by Mahayogi Mission and opportunities to interact

Asana Demonstration:
Mon 4.17 —  Fri 4.21   14:00 & 15:00 (about 20 minutes)
Experience the breath and basic poses, under the guidance of teachers.
No need to worry if you have no experience.
Only on weekdays—please mark your calendar.

Satsangha by Mirabai (from Mahayogi Mission of Kyoto, Japan)
Fri 4.21   19:30 – 21:00

Kirtan by Mirabai (from Mahayogi Mission of Kyoto, Japan)
Sat 4.22   19:00 – 21:00  (Kirtan 90 minutes, Satsangha 30 minutes)

For tickets, please visit Mahayogi Mission of Taiwan:

To make a financial contribution, visit our CONTRIBUTION PAGE.

Visit and share our WELCOME PAGE to join our online classes.

Echo From The Cave: 198

Saturday April 8, 2023 NYC

Paramahansa Pictures’ Special Release!!!!

Mahayogi Yoga Mission, New York presents…

The Ever-Present Guidance of the Avatara
(It’s Tough Being a Man)

 For the occasion of Sanatana Dharma Avatara Mela, the Grand Celebration of the Divine Manifestations of Eternal Truth, the NY Sangha would like to offer this original play.

Drawing its inspiration from the beloved Japanese family comedy-drama Otoko Wa Tsulaiyo, or It’s Tough Being a Man, we hope to capture in this one small snapshot the spirit of Sanatana Dharma and how the ever-present guidance of the Avatara can intertwine into the common scenes of daily life and draw us one-by-one, and all together, ever closer to the Eternal Truth.

The grace of the Avatara pervades all and guides each one according to his or her own nature. No moment in our daily lives is too common, no moment is wasted, and there is no moment that cannot have meaning and purpose—the guidance of the Avatara is always right there, as long as we open our eyes, ears, and hearts to receive it!

To make a financial contribution, visit our CONTRIBUTION PAGE.

Visit and share our WELCOME PAGE to join our online classes.