The critically acclaimed documentary film "AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda" is now screening in London. To buy a ticket please follow the links below.
Wednesday, 25th Nov, 19:30
In addition to our regular weekly services, we also hold special meditation services. These events are free and there's no need to book in advance. Please see the Calendar tab for additional details.
For further information about our upcoming events, meditations and special services please see our quarterly newsletter.
Welcome to the London Centre of Self-Realization Fellowship. The Centre is composed of devoted members and friends of Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF), a worldwide non-profit religious organization with international headquarters in Los Angeles, California. Self-Realization Fellowship was founded in 1920 by Paramahansa Yogananda for the purpose of disseminating Kriya Yoga, a definite scientific technique for attaining direct personal experience of God.
Through its worldwide service and teachings, Self-Realization Fellowship seeks to awaken greater understanding of the harmony underlying all true religions, and a fuller expression in this world of the love that unites all people when they realize their oneness in God.
Our centre provides a meeting place for members to share and practice the teachings of Paramahansaji, provide spiritual support to one another through group meditation, and serve our Guru's work together. Please see our schedule of weekly devotional and meditation services open to the public, and know that you are free to come, and to return, as often as you wish.
For further information we suggest that you visit our London Centre at Chiltern Street where you can find free literature as well as a collection of books, tapes and devotional items available for sale before and after our meditation services.
If you are new to SRF, we suggest reading Paramahansa Yogananda's Autobiography of a Yogi. Copies of this spiritual classic are available at our chapel, in bookstores, public libraries, and online at the SRF Bookstore.