Radical Practice: Living the Yoga Sūtras and Bhagavad Gītā

Radical Practice: Living the Yoga Sūtras and Bhagavad Gītā

Learn from respected teachers as they explore the profound teachings of the Yoga Sutras & the Bhagavad Gita

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Radical Practice: Living the Yoga Sūtras and Bhagavad Gītā
  • Teaching the Yoga Sutras

    The Yoga Sutra has been the "go-to" text for the study and practice of Yoga since the emergence of Yoga in its modern form more than a century ago. This talk will highlight key features of how to use this text in the context of a Yoga class. Particular attention will be given to its ethical conte...

  • The Supreme Secret of Yoga

  • The Bhagavad Gita

    The Gita is the most prominent wisdom text of India and has been commented on more than any other Hindu text. Making up a fraction of the greater epic, the Mahabharata, it covers, within a short 700 verses, the essential lessons that can enable an individual to live a life that engages body, mind...

  • The Hero's Journey: Bhagavad Gita Monomyth

    In this one-hour presentation, author-lecturer Joshua M. Greene provides listeners with a unique and exciting way to grasp the Gita’s core concepts and themes. This popular talk includes a summary of the Gita’s 18 chapters, an overview of Gita’s place in the history of spiritual journeys, and pra...

  • Surrender Unto Me: The Theme of the Gita and the Goal of Yoga

    Dhanurdhara Swami will explore in depth the concept of devotional surrender to the Lord (Isvara) and show by classical hermeneutics how it is undoubtedly the theme of the Gita and the essence of all yoga practices.

  • Astanga Yoga in Patanjali and the Gita

    The Gita defines yoga very differently from Patanjali, given the text's emphasis on action in the world. But it does accept and outline a version of Patanjali's citta-vritti-nirodhah type of yoga, which it calls dhyana (and the commentaries call astanga), in its 5th and 6th chapters. There were...

  • The Yoga Sutras: Mastering the Game of Life

    In every game, there is a goal, a purpose behind the game’s actions. It is usually the first thing about a game that we learn. This is because it is only when we understand the goal and keep it in mind that the rules of the game start to make sense. Additionally, the rules – the list of actions t...

  • Yoga: Spirituality or Religion?