Introduction to Tattva Bodha: The Awakening to Truth
Who am I? What is the nature of this world?
This lucid text by Adi Shankarachayra answers many such questions. Tattva Bodha is presented in the form of a dialouge between the Guru and the disciple that expounds the core concepts of Vedanta, thus preparing the seeker for advanced studies of the Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads and Brahma Sutras.
In an intensive study/satsang with Rabindra Sahu spanning over 15 sessions, we would contemplate upon each verse to understand and imbibe its meaning. Rabindra serves as managing director of Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama (SRSG). He was introduced to the ancient Yoga teachings at an early age by his father within the tradition of Alekha Mahima Dharma.When he happened upon the book Living with the Himalayan Masters by Swami Rama in 2011 and instantly felt connected.With a deep longing to find his Guru, he decided to finally leave behind his corporate career to devote himself to yoga studies in 2012. Soon after, he joined the HYT-TTP (Himalayan Yoga Tradition - Teacher Training Program) and met Swami Veda Bharati. In 2015, he was initiated into the preliminary vows of Brahmacharya by Swami Veda Bharati, who asked him to manage the HYT-TTP office at SRSG along with other responsibilities. He then decided to move to SRSG permanently. Since then, his role at SRSG and AHYMSIN has grown to include teaching at SRSG and traveling within India and overseas for outreach programs.
Begins: 19 September, 2020 (Saturday)
The first four sessions will be organized every Saturday from 6-7 PM IST (Indian Standard Time), followed by two sessions per week on Saturdays and Sundays for 6 weeks (same time).
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Medium: Online through Zoom
Prerequisites: All those who wish to learn about the fundamental principles of Vedanta are lovingly welcome.
Request: Kindly join only if you are able to commit to all the 15 sessions, as the topics are progressive and systematic.
Last Date for Registration: 18 September, 2020 (Friday)