Light of the Spirit Monastery has a number of social media accounts which we will highlight in today’s blog post. We invite you to explore, subscribe, follow, share, like and comment on all these platforms.
Over a million views
First, our YouTube channel is growing substantially. We have had over 1,000,000 views of our numerous videos, including a number of new videos recently added. Our most recent video, a short video called The Cave in India Where Jesus Stayed, we share below:
Our most popular video shows our visit to the Kali Temple of Dakshineshwar, north of Kolkata, by way of boat on the Ganga (Ganges) River, from Belur Math.
In 2003 monks from of our ashram were guests of the Ramakarishna Mission at its headquarters at Belur Math, founded by Swami Vivekananda and the other monastic disciples of Sri Ramakrishna. The monks took the long dreamed of pilgrimage from the Math to the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple made famous by Sri Ramakrishna and Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi. Hopefully this video captures a bit of that wonderful experience. You can share in this darshan (watch this video here).
A great resource for those who look for daily short inspiration, our Facebook page is the place to go for news, links to useful articles, short helpful quotes, and spiritual infographics. Get the latest news about upcoming and recent publications of works by Abbot George. Early reviewers will get the opportunity to get free pre-publication PDFs so that they can read and review on Amazon when new books are published.
See our Facebook postings also on our Instagram page.
Inspiration at a glance! See our Pinterest page for spiritual infographics and quotes, short videos, and picture of saints and holy people and places.
Our Twitter page is another great place to see spiritual quotes, links to valuable content, photos and infographics.
And one more…
Though not social media, we do offer a service providing sacred art for your homes, places of worship, and work. At SacredVisionsArt.com you will find quality sacred art in a wide range of formats for your home, office, or place of personal worship. Proceeds from all sales go to support the monastery’s educational efforts through its websites and publishing endeavors.
Have we missed anything?
Do you know of a social media site which spiritual people frequent where you think we should post material? Email us your suggestions on our contact page here.