Gita Amrtam course
A life of connection and oneness through
Self mastery and Self discovery
The Bhagavad Gita reveals the vision that you are amrtam (not subject to death) and the joyful way of living to see the vision. The Gita is Amrtam because it is complete teaching of the sweet essence of the Vedas.
The Bhagavad Gita comprises 700 verses spread over 18 chapters and occurs in the middle of the Mahabharata. The complete teaching includes two important topics which are interwoven in a rich tapestry.
a. Brahmavidya – An enquiry into your essential nature, your relation with Bhagavan and the world.
Brahmavidya transforms your life into a blessing as you understand – Who am I? Who and what is God? Is he here and now? What is my connection to God? Is the world real or an appearance? and much more.
b. Yogashastra – The values, attitudes and orientations to live a joyful life and assimilate the vision of the unchanging Atma.
Yogashastra delves into topics of karma, how to deal with the mind, how to have happy relationships, the definition of yoga, who a yogi is and much more.
The course is an ongoing course that began on 12th June 2021.
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- Lectures 45
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 81
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Opening and closing prayer-chants
Bhagavad Gita Dhyaanam
Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1
Chanting only of Chapter 1 by Pujya Swami Dayananda ji
Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 2 - Saankhya Yoga
- Bhagavad Gita Ch 2 chanting by Pujya Swami Dayananda
- 5 a Arjuna’s topical problem 2.1-2.7
- 5 b Arjuna’s transformation from friend to shishya and request for shreyas (moksha)
- 5c Q & A
- Overview of the Shaastra
- 6 a Arjuna qualified with viveka and vairagya
- 6 Q and A
- 7 a The teaching begins 2.11-2.13
- 8 a Guided meditation (Attitude to sukha and dukha) 2.14
- 8 b Who is fit for liberation 2.14-15
- 8 c Satyam (and mithya) 2.16
- 9 a Guided meditation (Panchamahabhutas and connectedness)
- 9 b Sat – all pervasive and indestructible 2.17-18
- 9 c Q & A
- 10 a The one who knows the Atma to be neither the karta (doer) nor the bhokta (experiencer) 2.19-20
- 10 b Nature of the Atma 2.21-23
- 10 c Q & A (2.19-23)
- 11 a Neither Atma can be grieved for nor Anatma which is ever changing 2.25-29
- 11 b Q & A and a delightful enactment of the Atma and the two bodies (sthula and sukshma sharira)
- 12 a Atma is no cause for grief 2.30
- 12 b Arjuna ‘s svadharma as a kshatriya (and our svadharma) 2.31-39
- 12 c Q & A (Expecting moksha from being a perfect parent, Career choice, Dharma conflict etc)
- 13 a Introduction to Karma Yoga and clarity on self knowledge being the solution 2.39-43
- 13 b Q & A (Is samadhi experience enough? , If moksha is not my only goal 2.39-43 )
- 14 a Glimpse of being a master (Atmavaan) 2.45-46
- 14 b Choice in Karma but not in result (Famous verses) 2.47-48