A.G.E. - A Gita Experience -REDEFINE YOUR PERSONALITY & LIFE
What you'll learn
- The Complete Srimad Bhagavad Gita.
- How to comprehend the grand allegory in the Scripture.
- To correct flaws in your thinking as well as in your perception of reality,
- To understand the natural 'Cause and Effect' principle.
- To become fearless, self-confident, more generous, and socially responsible.
- To reset your life by following Krishna and learning to override all your negative past Karma through Divine Knowledge.
- Most importantly, to recognise your TRUE SELF, and Master the Art of Mastering your own Mind.
- Ways to develop tremendous inner power to bravely and confidently face and effectively handle any kind of challenge.
- To assume total Responsibility thus learning to take control of your progress in life and enriching it with Divine Knowledge and Wisdom.
- Being a modest yet hungry seeker with an open mind.
- Fairly good knowledge of the English language.
Feelings such as happiness, sadness, fear, anger, desperation, hatred, etc are states of mind. You are happy or sad only when you think of whatever it is that gives you those feelings. It is the way you perceive different situations that cause the different states of mind. The fear of losing what, or who, one is attached to leads people to take the wrong decisions, which can have serious repercussions and cause irreversible damages in one's life. Attachment and the fear of losing can make people losers.
The Srimad Bhagavad Gita, one of the most important scriptures revered by the followers of the Sanatana Dharma aka Hinduism, is a transcript of the dialogue between Shri Bhagavan Krishna and Arjuna at the battlefield of Kurukshetra, as reported to king Dhritarashtra by his charioteer Sanjaya. The scripture begins with the chapter that talks about the feelings of despondency, weakness and confusion that took over Arjuna's intellect. The despondent state of mind of the valiant, intelligent, and knowledgeable warrior king Arjuna was about to turn him into a coward, destroy his perspicacity and drive him towards delusion, failure, defeat and ignominy. However, Arjuna took the wise decision of requesting Krishna to teach him the way to face, handle, and overcome his challenges.
Responsible persons usually do not make people feel bad, hurt others, commit social crimes, do things that are against the norms of society or humanity in general. Being responsible means carrying the responsibility for all that one says and does, and not blaming others, the planets, or God for anything that goes wrong in their lives. People are directly responsible for the lives they lead. In a way, even the birth of a person was caused by them, simply because it was their own past Karma that got them their birth.
Religions thrive, wars are fought, large numbers of people are tortured, enslaved, and killed - all in the name of a celestial being in the sky called God. It is strange that everyone is somehow born in the right 'religion' and that their god is always the true one while all others worship false gods.
Almost all organised religions ensure that the thinking faculty of people is under the control of the few that head them. Followers are asked to fear God, blindly follow commandments, and cough up a part of their monthly earnings to the managing body of their religious organisation.
On the other hand, the Sanatana Dharma encourages people to ask questions and pushes them to do so and be true to the path of seeking. As against one, two, three, or a few more holy books of the world's major religions, the Sanatana Dharma has an endless library of ancient writings that could take an entire lifetime or more to go through. However, studying the Teachings of Krishna in the Srimad Bhagavad Gita which contains the core philosophy of Vedanta in a condensed form helps a seeker learn to live the life of a true KarmaYogi and Karmically evolve by staying on the path of righteousness through a blessed, blissful, rewarding and fulfilling life.
One who completes this course can have a clear understanding of:
The Separation between the five factors that cause all action, whether good or bad
Karma or Cause and Effect
Dharma or Righteousness
Non-attachment to the results of one's actions, as also to perishable objects
I wish you a blessed journey through the 20 video lessons of A.G.E. - A Gita Experience with Tavamithram Sarvada.
May you stay blessed with excellent health, freedom, peace, happiness, and prosperity.
Jai Shri Krishna
(Tavamithram Sarvada - means 'Your friend forever', in Sanskrit)
(Please note that Tavamithram Sarvada is neither a baba nor a swami but a great lover of life, nature, people, animals, and philosophy)
Who this course is for:
- Anyone, particularly free-thinking seekers.
- People who attempted to the study the Srimad Bhagavad earlier but abandoned it as they found it too highly philosophical and overwhelming with the concepts of Karma, Dharma, the Gunas, Bhakti, and so on.
- People who feel frustrated in life because of not achieving success in their endeavours.
- Those who have trouble in managing relationships.
- Young and older people who are easily distracted and find it hard to stick to their plans of action.
- Anyone who is affected by fear, low self-confidence or poor concentration, and is not particularly excited about life in general.
- Parents who would like to introduce their children to the Supreme nondualistic Philosophy of Advaita Vedanta taught by Krishna.
An avid seeker and ardent lover of Life, People, Children, Animals, and the whole of Nature.
As a person who has been blessed with a highly eventful and colourful life with multiple visits to the edge of life due to major injuries, and one who has had the opportunity to study multiple languages, the subject of philosophy, religious scriptures of major religions of the world, and numerous people from different walks of life and backgrounds, I celebrate every moment of the greatest wonder called LIFE.
I consider it my Karmic duty to share with others my secrets to acquiring instantaneous peace of mind and happiness and teaching people Vedanta in a way that is easy to comprehend, imbibe and apply in one's own life.
Today is the first day of the rest of our lives, and let us strive to make the best of it and create a bright, wonderful, enriching and fulfilling future.