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Sarvamangala Foundation is committed to sharing very effective ancient meditation practices that help your mind relax, understand your true nature and cultivate compassion and kindness.

Meditation helps to understand the mind, calm our emotions and rest in compassionate wisdom.

About Sarvamangala Foundation

The Sarvamangala Foundation is a charitable effort dedicated to helping people from all backgrounds improve the quality of their mind, increase well-being and clarity through ancient Indian meditative practices, and integrate all experiences of life into a compassionate, crystal-like awareness of sky-like vastness.  

Retreats

Our retreats in the beautiful  English countryside and the scenic Swiss Alps bring together like-minded people to learn ancient methods of awareness and compassion meditation. Our next retreat will be held online due to Covid19.

Online free sanskrit classes

Sanskrit helps to refine your mind and heart. Join our free online classes twice a month. We teach in a way that is easy, fun and inspiring. 

Free online meditation

Learn how to observe your body, your emotions, your thoughts and mental states with ease. You can join for free from anywhere in the world.

Resources

Precious free resources to help you learn meditation and how to cultivate compassion for all beings, including yours.

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Next Events

23/Jan

Special Session

What does Karma really mean?

With Acharya Siddhartha Krishna

Saturday, Jan 23 at 11:00

24/Jan

Children's Sanskrit Class

Sunday, Jan 24 at 10:30​

 

Beginners' Sanskrit Class

Sunday, Jan 24 at 11:00

26/Jan

Lalitā-Sahasra-Nāma

Tuesday, Jan 26 at 18:00

Our meditation Events

Due to the aftereffects of Covid19, we are now offering online retreats as well. We believe retreats are an essential part of practice in order to help create a conducive environment where you can fully engage in learning and accomplishing ancient but highly effective techniques of meditation without distraction.
 
Our in-person retreats are held at the beautifully scenic mansion Nanpantan Hall in Loughborough, and also among the panoramic mountains of Switzerland and Austria for those who are ready for an adventure.

Our retreats are appreciated by people from all backgrounds who come together for a few days to enjoy practice, meet like-minded individuals, have great food, ask life-changing questions and return home with bliss, compassion and a completely fresh mind.

We also host free online retreats and monthly practice sessions. The practice sessions are much shorter, usually lasting only 45 minutes. Anyone from anywhere in the world can learn and practise meditation and tangibly benefit within weeks of learning the techniques. We kindly request students to pay close attention and actually learn the techniques properly, then practise well and delve into the depths of meditation directly.

Would you like to help us help more people?

Sarvamangala Foundation is not-for-profit.

We are grateful for any service in-kind, donations and constructive suggestions you may wish to contribute. All proceeds go directly towards activities to spread compassion, awareness and the joy of living.

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ABOUT US
CONTACT DETAILS

The Sarvamangala Foundation is committed to teaching and sharing ancient meditative practices that help improve mental clarity, awareness and unconditional compassion. 

info@sarvamangala.org.uk

Hima: +447448 290730

110, Harcourt Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey, CR7 6BW, United Kingdom

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