Yoga philosophy, also known as Vedanta is one of the four paths of yoga or Jnana Yoga. Vedantic meditation and self-enquiry, requires tremendous strength of will and intellect. The Jnana Yogi uses intellect to inquire into his or her own true nature and into the nature of reality. Before practicing Jnana yoga, the aspirant needs to have integrated lessons of needs to be established in the other yogic paths - for without selflessness and love of God, strength of body and mind, the search for self- realization can become mere idle speculation.
The teachings of Peace Pilgrim: Walking the talk of this 20th Century American Saint
Friday, March 24 – Sunday, March 26, 2017
In this week we will learn how to be a peacemaker and to be at peace through study of the life and beautifully direct teachings of Peace Pilgrim, an American Saint of the mid to late 20th century.
Karma Yoga Week
Sunday, April 30 – Friday, May 5, 2017
Karma Yoga is service done without selfish expectations or doer-ship. When does selflessly with detachment karma yoga frees you from samsara.
Yoga Philosophy, Stories, and Teachings
7:00 PM Sunday, July 16 –
2:00 PM Friday, July 21, 2017
This course will introduce you to the basic guidelines for classical yogic meditation. This course is ideal for beginners in meditation.
Positive Thinking Course
Sunday, July 23 – Friday, July 28, 2017
One of the main reason of stress is our negative feeling and thoughts. Negativities are prevalent nowadays in our busy, fast pace life.
Positive Thinking Weekend
Friday, August 25 – Sunday, August 27, 2017
During this week, you will learn the nature of your thoughts and how to change the thoughts tendencies from negative to positive.
Bhagavad Gita Study Course
Sunday, August 27 – Friday, September 1, 2017
Bhagavad Gita is the most read scripture in the world. In this single book, you will find the profound teaching on the different Yoga paths.
Yoga for the Three Bodies, From Asana to Stillness
Sunday, October 8 – Friday, October 13, 2017
Yoga classes will have specific themes on the effects of the asanas on the physical body, astral body, kosha by kosha, and finally the effects on the causal body leading to stillness.