Madhu Sai has been studying the Bhagavad Gita for over 20 years and has extensive knowledge that he would love to share with those willing and wanting to learn.
The Gita Study is a call out to everyone who is interested in learning more about one’s ego-self and the Higher-Self. The group study is to listen, learn and share our perspectives and understanding as we work through the Gita together. We’d love to share to those who are willing and wanting to dig deeper and learn about the ego self and Universal Self. We'll have group discussion on the topics in each meeting.
Background: The Bhagavad Gita Scripture comprises of 700 verses of poetry in eighteen chapters. It is a poetry in the form of a dialogue between the Divine Self, Sri Krishna, and the Ignorant ego-self, Arjuna. The contents of the Gita that the author shares include the Sankhya and Yoga principles, to sift the true from false, to attenuate seeming contradictions, and to present a new philosophy and new art of life. The ego self has many questions coming from a place of self-conflict, confusion and ignorance, and the Divine Self is patiently answering each of them helping the ego-self to understand about various topics. There is about the Sankhya concept, there is Yoga, there is mystery, there is Devotion, there is selfless service, the Universal Self, and many more topics. The book is not a formal theology nor philosophical study. It is a living dialogue happening in the seekers heart between the ego-self and the Higher-Self. The book relates to the realities of life and contains the actual living truth that can help us and the world at large. It starts with accepting certain ultimates’ such as the Self, the Absolute, and the Universe. The book is in the most natural and vital form and expression suitable to the spiritual needs of our present day.
Dates | Beginning Friday, September 27th, 2019, the group will meet on the last Friday of every month.