Science of Happiness According to Yoga Vedanta – Discussion Series – 27 May

Spiritual Evening Discussion

Friday 27 May, 7.00 – 8.45 pm

Join us for Silent Meditation at Vedanta Hall from 7 pm
or via Zoom from 7.30 pm:

  • Path to Self-Knowledge: “When it comes to knowledge of Self, we are trying to know That which illumines and experiences objects … that awareness, which is enlivening the mind itself.”
  • Body Consciousless: When we’re healthy, there is little awareness of the body. This is compounded in the dream state, where we break free of bodily limitations. When death approaches, it’s not the loss of the body we fear; it’s the loss of awareness.
  • Path to the Heart: We are not limited to the mind and intellect. The heart, the seat of our deepest feelings, is a portal to our soul.
  • Who Am I?: The mid-life crisis arises to challenge many, finding a chance to pop up just when establishing ourselves in a career and home, and place in society begins to settle. A doubt assails us, a reassessing of our life so far. Vedanta encourages us to go deeper, to ask who we are in the deepest sense.

Join the discussion led by Pravrajika Gayatriprana.

Drawing on the book: Science of Happiness – According to Yoga Vedanta by Pravrajika Divyanandaprana: a compilation of her talks given to students at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi in 2018.

Pravrajika Divyananandaprana is a nun of Sri Sarada Math of the Ramakrishna Order. Thousands view her talks on YouTube.
Our discussions tap into the wisdom of major world faiths and thinkers relating them to our daily life. You’re welcome to share your insights, experiences, and doubts with the group.

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