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What is

Srividya Saadhana?

Srividya literally means auspicious knowledge. These teachings originated thousands of years ago during the golden period of the Vedic age. The principles of Srividya are very relevant to modern times.

Srividya Saadhana aims at holistic and multidimensional development to bring positive wellbeing in human life’s physical, psychological, emotional, social and spiritual aspects. A synergy of all these five aspects makes us whole and holistic.

Sri Guru Karunamaya established Sri Vidya Learning Centre to bring positive changes in individuals and society through Srividya Saadhana. With breakthroughs in Neuroscience & Quantum Physics, we are beginning to understand the insights of ancient Rishis from thousands of years of practice. Their revelations are documented meticulously in sutras and kalpas (practical manuals) for the benefit of humanity. Srividya Saadhana is a science that encompasses the wisdom of the Rishis, synthesising physical, psychological, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of human life.

Srividya Saadhana, as taught by Sri Guru Karunamaya, is an ancient practice handed down to us by saints in an unbroken lineage and tradition.

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With new breakthroughs in Neuroscience & Quantum Physics, we are beginning to understand the insights of ancient Rishis from thousands of years of meditative practices. Their revelations are documented meticulously in sutras and kalpas (practical manuals) for the benefit of humanity. Srividya Sadhana is a science that encompasses the wisdom of the Rishis, synthesizing physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual aspects of human life.

Benefits of Srividya Saadhana

Research-proven benefits of various aspects of Srividya Saadhana through Meditation, Nyasa and Chantings.

Srividya for Young Developing Minds

Doing simple Nyasas, which are part of Srividya Saadhana, can have many positive benefits for children. Guruji had taught Nyasas and Triveni Kalpa to thousands of children. Srividya teaches children to become more aware of when they are distracted to bring their attention back to the task at hand.

Children who practised these simple techniques have benefited by

  • enhanced focus at school
  • lowered stress levels
  • happy and optimistic about life in general
  • controlling emotions
  • managing hyperactivity and social adjustment
  • fostering compassion and self-esteem
  • boosting confidence

Srividya as a Process of Self-actualisation in Teenagers

During the teen years, the decisions one makes either make or break their life. Teenagers are prone to respond immediately and instinctively. This is also an age when doubt creeps in, and one isn’t sure of the next logical step. Research in Neuroscience shows that, at this age, the pathway in the brain between the amygdala and frontal lobe isn’t strong, and teenagers are prone to anxiety or erratic behaviour.

Learning Srividya in teens can be very beneficial as it is easier to integrate into life and bring discipline to make the right decisions. Srividya Saadhana techniques can help teens in the following areas:

  • teens can become more responsive and less reactive
  • improve focus and concentration to perform better
  • improve self-esteem and memory
  • reduce high blood pressure and heart rate
  • balance the immune system
  • gives deeper self-awareness
  • helps them listen to their inner, intuitive wisdom for taking crucial life decisions
  • easier to integrate into life at this age and bring discipline to their life

Srividya as a Path of Women's Empowerment

Empowerment is not only about external liberation but also the liberation of the complete human being. Empowerment is an integrated life-long process of individual development so that a person can transform all external conditions and express their full potential.

Women typically have to face the feelings of not being good enough, not trusting their intuition, having to hide their inherent strength, and competing for leadership roles and resources. Many women work in challenging environments with all kinds of pressures.

Empowering women ’empowers’ the family, community and society as a whole. Guruji always held women in very high esteem and entrusted significant responsibilities to them.

Srividya Saadhana builds resilience and awareness and helps them to ride life’s ups and downs and live happier and healthier lives. Addressing the most pressing issues of our times need women’s wisdom & creativity.

Srividya Saadhana benefits women to:

  • discover their femininity and that it can be a source of great power
  • become aware of their inner condition and a way of aligning with nature
  • decrease levels of the stress hormone cortisol in their bodies
  • reduced anxiety and worrying about the future
  • enhance the ability to focus
  • better decision-making / and arrive at situations with a balanced and present mind
  • leading from within and becoming transformational leaders
  • improved the sense of self and regulation of emotions

Seva as a Path to Self-realisation

“Seva is an act of compassion and care for others above oneself”.

Srividya Saadhana is not limited to specific rituals, chantings or meditation for self-gain. It is to gain deep insights into the true nature of reality and see the divine in all life forms. We can progress in Srividya only when we see ourselves in others – empath, compassion, love, a sense of belonging, and sharing are all qualities of a Saadhaka.

Indian culture has given significant importance to Seva (selfless service). Seva is not just a community service or a charity activity. Seva is the pinnacle of human excellence. Being able to serve fellow human beings, animals and everything in nature are considered a blessing and a service to god.

Sri Vidya Learning Centre (SVLC) has initiated a few significant projects and is planning to begin more to bring transformation in individuals and society through three channels of activities – Charity, Service and Empowerment.

Ongoing Projects

Srividya Jnana Peetham

Srividya Learning Centre is working towards establishing Srividya Jnana Peetham, a Multiversity dedicated to researching various aspects of Indic Studies. The proposed academic and non-academic institutes will be dedicated to studying and spreading knowledge in the following areas:

Support Us

You can support SVLC Seva activities by supporting us in three ways – Dhana Dhaana, Vastu Daana and Shrama Dhaana.

Donate to Land Acquisition Fund for Srividya Jnaana Peetham

Srividya Learning Centre is actively looking to acquire suitable land to build Srividya Jnaana Peetham, a Multiverse facility with dedicated centres to achieve the above mentioned goals.

If you are interested in contributing to the Land Acquisition Fund, please send a WhatsApp message to +918088256632. We will get in touch with you with further details of the project.

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Srividya is a journey into self-discovery. It’s a lifestyle of happiness. Thousands of Saadhakas have experienced rejuvenated interest in their life and work after attending our workshops. Apart from helping saadhakas in their spiritual journey, Srividya transformed them fundamentally as human beings.

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