1 Apr 2014

18 Day Bhagavad Gita Course with Sri Swami Vishwananda

“Whenever there is a decline in Dharma, whenever human beings are moving away from the path, whenever human beings are getting entangled by all the negativity, the Lord will come to the rescue.”
- Bhagavad Gita, Chapter IV, Verse 7

Most teachers give discourses on spiritual text from the mind level, because they haven’t had the opportunity to directly experience the Divine. When a teacher has directly experienced the Divine, their teachings have one characteristic that sets them apart from everyone else, and that is Simplicity. Swami Vishwananda who is constantly in communion with the Divine has the ability to take spiritual text and make it simple, so normal people who haven’t spent their whole lives reading scripture, can understand what God has to say.
The Bhagavad Gita, literally meaning the “Song of the Lord”, is an ancient Indian scripture composed in the form of a dialogue between God and man. It reveals the purpose and goal of human existence. It describes the science of self-realisation and the exact process by which human beings can establish their eternal relationship with God. 
For the first time, Sri Swami Vishwananda has decided to give commentary on the Bhagavad Gita for 18 consecutive days. To receive the wisdom from a spiritual master, as He demystifies and expands on one of the greatest spiritual texts ever composed, will be a once in a lifetime opportunity.
For Swamiji to guide and help participants in the Course, it is recommended that the participants have basic understanding of Lord Krishna’s life and why the Mahabharata War had to take place. Recommended readings include: “Sri Krishna Lila by the author Vanamali.”
The Course will be held at Shree Peetha Nilaya the “abode of the Divine Mother” and a place of non-stop spirituality. It will take place from July 30th – August 16th, 2014. 
Translations will be provided in Russian, French, German, and other languages upon request. 
Please click on the following link to sign up for the Course: