Boulder County Meditation Circle,
June - September
“Group meditation strengthens each
individual present. Christ said, ‘Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst
of them.’ Paramahansaji’s guru, Swami Sri Yukteswarji, stressing the same principle, said to him, ‘Surround
yourself with your spiritual body guards.’ You don’t know how
much you help one another when you meditate with other devotees. The vibration that is created supports and
encourages each one.”
– Sri Daya Mata -
Would you like to have the benefit of
spiritual bodyguards boosting your meditation efforts, infusing you with helpful vibrations, facilitating one
pointed concentration? You can by following our beloved Sri Daya Mata’s advice: Come to services on a regular
basis, meditate with your fellow devotees, share your devotion, and bask in the devotional atmosphere created by
our group efforts.
Supported and maintained exclusively
by local devotees, Boulder County Meditation Circle’s beautiful and quiet little chapel in Longmont is here for
you. We meet each Sunday morning at 8:30 to meditate together, followed by a Reading Service that begins at
10:00. Each weekly Reading Service is a different subject written by our Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.
Each of us gains from the devotion
and meditative efforts of those around us. We give each other a spiritual lift. Collectively, as Swami Sri
Yukteswar so wisely put it, we serve as spiritual bodyguards for one another.
Enjoy Our Lending Library
Through the generous donations of
many local devotees, Boulder County Meditation Circle’s lending library makes a number of SRF publications
available to local devotees. It includes many treasures including the Second Coming of Christ by Paramahansa
Yogananda. We also have numerous back issues of Self-Realization Fellowship magazine. You’re welcome to visit
the book room and borrow from our library.
We’re also happy to accept donations
of back issues of the magazine or any SRF books that you are no longer using. It’s a good way to spread the teachings and serve Master’s work.
Of the many ways to serve Master’s work through our chapel, purchasing and arranging altar flowers is
a deeply satisfying devotional experience.
Our BCMC Flower Committee finds itself short of hands for the coming summer. If you’d like to help in
this service or would like more information about what’s involved, please contact Claudia Murphy at 303.449.4618
or email: email@example.com. You'll be able to join the rotation of
devotees who provide this service each week. Even assisting on occasion to fill in schedule gaps would be
helpful. If you haven’t worked with flowers before, don't worry, we’re happy to help you
peace from the Boulder County