Religious system introduced by Paul Twitchell, said to be based on the ancient science of soul travel or ability to raise one's consciousness to higher planes of awareness to realize the divine consciousness of one's soul. Sometimes called the Religion of the Light and Sound of God. Its name can be translated "co-worker with God". Eckankar members are called ECKists or ECK chelas. ("Chelas" means "student").
Information on worship service, book discussion classes, the Connecticut Temple and Eck centers in the state.
Official site of the South Dakota Satsang Society, Inc. Describes the Eckankar religion, activities, and calendar of events in North and South Dakota.
Official site offering information on teachings, membership, spiritual practices, seminars, and free downloadable books.
By the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, with assistance from some members of Eckankar. Some of the information is a bit dated, still a fairly-balanced outsider's take on the subject.
Schedule of events throughout the southern states.
View local calendar of events including worship services, book discussions, and video presentations.
West African official Eckankar web site.
Includes events, conferences, regional seminars, and details of the Illinois Satsang Society, with location and contact details of Eck Centers located statewide.
Activities and events throughout the state.
Source for official information about American spiritual teacher Petros and the eWakening satsang teachings, as well as some ancient texts.
Regional seminar information, local contacts around the state, and service schedules.
Find book discussions, worship services, and maps to events throughout the state.
Provides local event schedule.
A chartered affiliate of Eckankar. Public events, classes and discussion groups on aspects of personal spiritual experience, spiritual techniques.
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