• A New Book edited by Ravi Logan ORDER HERE Neohumanism is a new form of humanism that applies not only to human beings but expands the very concept to be inclusive of all beings. A neohumanistic approach is based upon the cultivation of a deep, internal sentiment which gives reverence to all life and sees all living beings as manifestations of one, integrated whole. Neohumanism gives depth and breadth to the relationship of human beings to each other and to the world in which they live. It is fundamentally spiritual in nature - not because it subscribes to any religious view, but because it acknowledges the deep, inherent unity in all life and the beauty which is inherent in all beings, thus promoting a reverence for living beings. ORDER HERE
  • Ronald Logan gives the first in-depth and systematic introduction to PROUT, the visionary socioeconomic theory of P.R. Sarkar. PROUT offers a constructive response - based on economic decentralism, ecological and cultural sustainability, and spiritual values - to growing global demand for a viable alternative to economic globalism, unsustainable development, economic disparity, and destruction of the global commons. It seeks to nurture the holistic development of a liberated, united society in which all individuals can fully develop and express their potentials. PROUT shares many of the program objectives of green, deep ecology, natural capitalism, and other progressive social philosophies, but is more comprehensive in scope and more firmly grounded in spiritual-humanist values.

     The author/editor, is an internationally recognized authority on PROUT and Director of the Prout Institute.

  • Yama and niyama are yogic precepts to guide our actions in the world, intended to assist in spiritual development. Yama consists of actions to avoid and niyama consists of observations which aid development. These principles were first codified by Patainjali over 2000 years ago.

    This text explains the inner intent of each principal and clarifies the relevance of the practice of yama and niyama. Through these writings, one comes to understand the underlying inter-relatedness of each of these principals and how they build upon each other to form a deep and compassionate way of being in the world. This discussion of right action is universal and knowledge useful to spiritual life can be gained by all readers.

  • Transform yourself. Transform society. 9-Day training for sincere spiritual aspirants who aspire to activate their dharma, personally and collectively Oct. 26 - Nov. 3, 2019 Shrii Shrii Anandamurti provided humanity with a comprehensive view of spiritual science and plan for the new age. Ananda Seva Mission is offering an opportunity for a 9-day intensive for study and sadhana in beautiful Eugene, Oregon. With a focus on study of the ideology in a community of spiritual aspirants, attendees can expect to be propelled into a future they could only have imagined. This course serves as a foundation for those wanting to take further trainings, whether in Neohumanism, PROUT or Meditation Teacher Training. The focus of all our trainings is to provide the education and skills necessary to to strengthen individuals and support them in expressing their dharma and providing moral leadership in this time of transition. Main Trainer Ravi Logan Ravi Logan (Ravi) – Acharya Ravi’s yoga practice spans 49 years. He’s traveled eight times to India for trainings and pilgrimages, and lectured and taught internationally, including in Jamaica, Russia, Korea, India, Philippines, Europe, and Cyprus. In 2002 he founded and has served as program director for the Dharmalaya Center, recognized as an important spiritual and community center in Eugene, Oregon. He’s developed and led Yoga Teachers Training, Yoga Life Training, and Dharma Training programs at Dharmalaya. He’s also served as an instructor in past Tattvika and Acarya trainings. He is the primary author of the Ananda Seva Tattvika Training Manual and developed the Ananda Marga Philosophy Home Study Program.     Where and When? The training will be held in idyllic Eugene, OR, at Dharmalaya from Oct 26 – Nov. 3, 2019. (travel days are Oct. 25 and Nov. 4). If you’ve never meditated in the Anahata, you’re in for a treat. If you have, you know what I mean. Lodging will be provided at Dharmalaya or within walking distance of the Anahata. Cost - $1200. Contact us about early registration discounts and scholarship possibilities.   How to Apply A typical applicant will have a meditation practice with the discipline to meditate on a daily basis. To receive an application, please send a request along with a short statement about yourself and how you think you would benefit from the training. Applications will be sent upon receiving your request. Send request to rlogan@igc.org