Ancient wisdom for modern life. The Bhagavad Gita, written thousands of years ago, remains a wonderful guide to a life of purpose, peace and contentment. This course explains all the simple and complex teachings of the Gita in modern ways. The entire course is in English. This first of 3 modules explains and discusses dharma as purpose of life and as right action, reveals the true meaning and significance of the law of karma, and examines the concepts of soul, delusion and detachment.
You have heard the words, but do you truly understand what they mean? The law of karma; the idea of dharma as the highest purpose of your life; ways to fully engage with life, but with a serene detachment; the paths of karma, gyana and bhakti; raja yoga, the royal path; a concept of God both within and without; the journey of the soul in the body and beyond. Join this online course for a deep understanding of these fundamental concepts that can transform your life to bring you peace of mind and inner joy, even in difficult circumstances.
This ancient Indian text brings us practical wisdom on living well, with peace and joy; a deep understanding of the law of karma and other laws of life; and an explanation of the soul’s journey through life and death.
4 Paths – Essential Teachings from the Bhagavad Gita
REFRESH IN THE RAINFOREST After a fabulous first retreat with Subba Vaidyanathan at BeingSattvaa, Bali, I am now very pleased to announce our second retreat together, in the same beautiful spot! Book your places now for this amazing program, which brings together: a variety of meditations and meditative practices to help you connect with your […]
A Retreat in the Balinese Rainforest Connect to Nature and to your own Inner Self August 29 to Sept 1 Guided by Meditation and Wisdom Teachers Subba Vaidyanathan and Pamposh Dhar, you will experience: a variety of meditations in nature connecting with nature through forest, water and the earth wisdom talks and discussions: managing the […]
Wisdom For Life – Teachings from the Bhagavad Gita – DHARMA Date: 24 May, Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. What is dharma? What does it mean when we talk about the “purpose of life”? What does it mean to have a calling? How it is different from a profession or a job? What […]