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A Study of the Movement of Spiritual Inner AwarenessPrana

A Study of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness: Prana [In 1974, MSIA votaries bought an old mansion, the Guasti Villa, the dusty jewel in a then neglected crown of West Adams. They named it the Purple Rose Ashram of the New Age, Prana for short. The villa would in the long run live up to her potential as the new residents made her the focal point for the Movement as the Peace Theological Seminary and College of Philosophy. MSIA later renamed Prana, the Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens after years of restoration and the addition of a meditation garden and a medieval style labyrinth for contemplative walks. The building and grounds hold docent-guided tours on a regular basis for the public. Despite the new moniker, people still call it Prana, meaning the spiritual breath of life in Hinduism (figure 4.1).] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

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Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan US
Copyright
© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Nature America Inc. 2013
ISBN
978-1-349-47687-9
Pages
65 –81
DOI
10.1057/9781137374196_4
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In 1974, MSIA votaries bought an old mansion, the Guasti Villa, the dusty jewel in a then neglected crown of West Adams. They named it the Purple Rose Ashram of the New Age, Prana for short. The villa would in the long run live up to her potential as the new residents made her the focal point for the Movement as the Peace Theological Seminary and College of Philosophy. MSIA later renamed Prana, the Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens after years of restoration and the addition of a meditation garden and a medieval style labyrinth for contemplative walks. The building and grounds hold docent-guided tours on a regular basis for the public. Despite the new moniker, people still call it Prana, meaning the spiritual breath of life in Hinduism (figure 4.1).]

Published: Jan 19, 2007

Keywords: Dine Room; Live Seminar; Hatha Yoga; Southwestern College; Spiritual Exercise

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