The Bhagavad Gita

  Monday - Friday and Sunday

** Chanting of the Bhagavad Gita follows Arati

 Bhagavad Gita: Extra-Rare!

 

  This sacred writing contains the science of the process called Awakening. The process of drawing near to one’s Soul. It is general wisdom for all. This text is exacting, specific, and necessary for anyone wishing to work on the arduous path of leaving the mind and ego aside! 

  

  Many of you know that our Bapuji, Swami Ashutosh Muni, has developed a modern method of relating to this ancient text. Bapuji’s text conveys the brilliance of the Bhagavad Gita by translating the text into English.

 

  What makes this text so rare is that it is the first time the Gita is offered in a way that people can chant it in their native tongue. It is meant to be sung. This text is done in poetic meter. It can be sung in the same way as it is chanted in the original Sanskrit. Such an interactive Gita like this has never been accomplished before. 

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  Chanting the Bhagavad Gita is called Swadyaya; the method to come to know who you really are. It is a "sine qua non" (essential condition); a necessary road map for anyone who cares to take on the quest of yoga - union with the Soul.  

 

** If you are interested in joining our Morning Lakulish Yoga Devotions, please reply to this email and simply indicate that you are interested in joining us.

  We will provide a link to join us on Zoom. We will provide the words to Arti and the other chants that are offered everyday. We will also offer a get acquainted Zoom session for newcomers.

  At this session, we will introduce new participants to the method we follow in the mornings.  

For information on daily/weekly devotions please submit an email to yoga@sacredgroundyoga.com.

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www.sacredgroundyoga.com and www.divineindwelling.com

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