The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient scripture that describes the journey of consciousness that we are all travelling, whether we know it or not. It is not a religion or a system of beliefs. Study of the Gita enhances one’s existing religious or spiritual practice; it is not a substitute for these. Rather, it is something one can experience directly through one’s own life.
The study group helps us to understand how the Gita applies in our lives. The initial offering is 7 sessions with the focus on the first part of the Gita.
Chapter 1 – The Yoga of Dejection
Chapter 2 – The Yoga of Discrimination
Chapter 3 – The Yoga of Action
Chapter 4 – The Yoga of Knowledge
Chapter 5 – The Yoga of Renunciation of Action
Chapter 6 – The Yoga of Meditation
During our time together, we will listen to an excerpt of Sat Shree’s teachings and each person has the opportunity to share how the chapter resonates with them and their lives. In preparation for each session it is useful to read the relevant chapter of the Gita (available on Kindle via Amazon) and also listen to Sat Shree’s associated teachings for broader context.
Brian Robinson will be facilitating the online Gita Study Group. He is based in Edinburgh and has studied the Gita through his teacher Sat Shree (www.satshree.org
). For more information please contact Brian via Facebook.
- Introduction – Wednesday 30th September 18.30-20.00
- Chapter 1 – Wednesday 7th October 18.30-20.00
- Chapter 2 – Wednesday 14th October 18.30-20.00]
- No class Wednesday 21st October
- Chapter 3 – Wednesday 28th October 18.30-20.00
- Chapter 4 – Wednesday 4th November 18.30-20.00
- Chapter 5 – Wednesday 11th November 18.30-20.00
- Chapter 6 – Wednesday 18th November 18.30-20.00
This event will be free of charge, however we encourage, whoever can afford to do so, to donate and support the Salisbury Centre and these offerings in these difficult time.