Wayne in Lyon

Wayne's Advaita Talks Around The World

THE LIVING TEACHING
Wayne teaches ancient Advaita (non-duality) in a modern style that is uncompromisingly direct and intuitive. It is a teaching that connects you to BOTH your heart and mind. BOTH are essential for living. Come discover the wisdom of BOTH.

Ibiza, SpainJune 24-30th, 2017details

Amsterdam, The NetherlandsJuly 7-9th, 2017details

Moscow, RussiaSeptember 15-17th, 2017details

Barcelona, SpainSeptember 22-24th, 2017details

Toulouse, FranceSeptember 29-October 1st, 2017details

London, England October 13-15th, 2017details

Wayne at Home

Satsang Calendar, June 25 to August 12, 2017

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You're welcome to come to Talks at Wayne's house without a reservation, or to attend via the live Webcast, listed on the menu above. These Talks usually last about 1-1/2 hours, although they can be shorter or longer. There is no charge, but a donation is appreciated.

Here's the address and phone:

927-B 6th Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
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Phone: 310.376.9636

Wayne's driveway

The house is located between Pacific Coast Hwy (CA-1) and Prospect Avenue to the east. Manhattan Beach, the city directly to the north, has it's own 6th Street, and sometimes people turn there by mistake.

Parking on the street is limited, so allow some extra time to find a place and walk. Wayne's house is in the rear, so you'll walk down the driveway past the front house. Please don't disturb the people in the front house.

Advice for out-of-town visitors (including places to stay and eat) in a MS-Word document or PDF file.

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The Advaita Fellowship is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of this Advaita teaching. Your donations help pay our expenses. They are much appreciated, and they're tax deductible.