Minneapolis Meditation Group of Self-Realization Fellowship

  • Minneapolis Meditation Group of Self-Realization Fellowship
  • Meditation lead by monastic
  • Altar - The Self-Realization Fellowship Gurus
  • lunch with monastics
  • Our patio

Volunteer Opportunities

Many blessing flow to who serve this sacred work of Self-Realization Fellowship. Brother Santoshananda, in his tape Remembrances of the Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda said, “The disciples who advance on this path are those who serve this work.” Our Guru encouraged all devotees to serve in whatever capacity he or she is capable.

Volunteer with Minneapolis Meditation Group

Helping the Guru’s work brings many blessings to those who serve. We offer various different opportunities to make a divine investment with your time and talents.

Here is a list of positions that currently open:

We will be happy to provide you with all the necessary training for the position. You can communicate directly to the chairperson who is coordinating the volunteers for one of the above positions by clicking on the corresponding link, or you can also contact our Coordinator if you just want to help wherever you are needed. We appreciate your generosity.

Volunteer with Self-Realization Fellowship

Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF) also offers volunteer opportunities for kriyabans. A kriyaban is someone who has completed the basic SRF Lessons series, has practiced its meditation techniques for about eight months, and has applied and been accepted as a kriyaban by SRF. If you are an SRF kriyaban and would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities with SRF, visit the Self-Realization Fellowship Voluntary League of Disciples portal.

“The inactive man does not do his duty to his Creator or to the society that maintains him. The recluse who devotes his entire life to sincere effort in meditation fulfills part of his duty by trying to find and love God, and thus, spiritualize his own life. To improve oneself is to help society by the example of virtue and by making at least one of its members good!

“But the yogi (monastic or householder) who does his duty to God, and also to the world through some form of uplifting service, is the most highly evolved type of being. He becomes a master (a siddha) when by such dutiful action he attains the supreme inactive state (nirvikalpa God-union), which is free from karmic effects of actions and is filled with the bliss of Spirit. “

Paramahansa Yogananda, God Talks with Arjuna