Date(s) – Mar 17, 2013
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Yogi Hari's Ashram
Study the Bhagavad Gita with a master
The Bhagavad Gita is one of the central Scriptures of Indian philosophy, Yoga theory and practice and spirituality in general.
The Gita outlines the practice of Yoga in its various aspects.
Profound questions like
- How can we turn our daily duty into Yoga?
- What is the right attitude for our actions?
- How to practice meditation?
- What is God?
are answered in depth.
The Gita can be understood as exposition on the ultimate question of life: Who am I?
Even though the setting of the Gita is a battlefield on which the mighty warrior Arjuna asks practical and spiritual advice to his charioteer, friend and guru Krishna, it also directly addresses us modern people.
It has the ability to guide us with tremendous power and beauty in daily life and spiritual practice: The battlefield is within every one of us, and the Gita shows us how to deal with it.
In the first instance, the Gita addresses housholders, people with family life, people with worldly responsabilities. Living in the world is seen and portrayed as unique challenge and opportunity for ones own spiritual growth.
Every Sunday 7.30 – 9.30 pm for 6 consecutive weeks
Cost $150.00 includes a free CD
If you would like to have dinner here we start at 6:00pm.
Cost with Dinner $200.00