Therefore, with a deeper understanding of what food is all about, with the understanding that it is the blessed gift of the Lord––that it is, in fact, a form of the Lord––you are able to have great respect for food.

From Value Your Hunger, The Yoga of Discipline p.118, by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda

 

The Amrit Cafe prepares vegetarian meals and snacks that can be purchased following the evening programs and Sunday morning Shri Guru Gita.

Amrit exists to make nourishing meals and refreshments available to those engaged in the Siddha Yoga practices, and to create another opportunity for seekers to engage in the practice of seva – selfless service. Food in Amrit is prepared with loving attention by those offering Amrit seva.

Seva roles in Amrit include cooking, serving, and kitchen cleanup. If you would like to offer Amrit seva, press the 'Seva Signup' button below.

All items served are vegetarian and in many cases vegan.

Amrit