Access Wisdom of the Ages Online




The Temple of Kriya Yoga, in Chicago, offers everyone access to the complete library of Goswami Kriyananda’s works through their KriyaU website, an online learning portal and store for the words and teachings of the Temple’s founder. Access to the site is available at no cost to anyone, anywhere in the world, using a phone, tablet or computer.

       Kriyananda was a prolific writer and taught for more than six decades before he transitioned in 2015. It was his wish that his teachings be put in one place and made accessible to anyone in the world. Materials available through KriyaU include the digitized collection of Kriyananda’s seminars, lectures, noon meditations and writings.

       Most items are available for immediate streaming or download, although some written material must be shipped. There is no cost to become a user; simply choose a username and password. Once a profile is created, users can access courses, seminars, meditations and more. The site provides both free content and material available at various prices.

Location: 2414 N. Kedzie Blvd. For more information, call 773-342-4600, email Kriya@YogaKriya.org or visit KriyaU.com.

 

 

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