and Karma Yoga
Chapter 1 to 6
Jan – Apr 2020
24 – 27 Jan Long weekend
and Bhakti Yoga
Chapter 7 to 12
Apr – Jul 2020
10 -13 Apr Easter
and Jnana Yoga
Chapter 13 to 18
Jun to Sep 2020
5-8 Jun Long weekend
at the centre of each day
The Gita with Attitude series provides insight into the potential of living a simple balanced life amidst the complexities of the contemporary world.
Yoga in this approach is a way to live that is balanced, just, and in harmony with one’s essential nature, undisturbed by the complications of life. The focus is on bringing the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita alive.
“Peace is attained when all desires enter like waters into the ocean.
The ocean, when filled from all sides, remains unmoved…”
from Chap 2 sutra 70
Long weekend followed by home practice and study
Residentials for modules 2 and 3 are approx 2 weeks before home practice period commmences to align with long weekends and accommodate continuing participants.
Online/distance only option is available for long distance applicants.
3 day residential
12 weeks home prac and study
$600 online/distance only
$1000 including long weekend residential
$2000 including live in 12 weeks
The program is designed to follow on from the book Yoga with Attitude, with some similarities in approach to the highly successful Dimensions of Yoga and the Living Consciously programs.
This course has no prerequisites, theory is presented with a light touch, and practices are structured to cater for a range of capacities. It is not an academic or dry journey, it is an experience to be immersed in, to soak up, to be transformed and live by. It is suitable for anyone who wants to drink in the beauty and breadth of Yoga, as expressed systematically in the Bhagavad Gita.
Understanding emerges, step by step, through personal engagement and ongoing reflection.
The structure and content is developed in an accessible way that is designed to bring out the comprehensive system of yoga that is laid out over the length of the Bhagavad Gita.
This is the result of a decades long development process emerging from course developer Swami Vimalratna’s personal sadhana. There is a combination of residential alongside home study and practice in three separate modules that may be undertaken, standalone, or in any order. Swami Sivananda’s ideas, writings and enthusiasm for yoga will be integrated into this course.
Equanimity and Karma Yoga
Chapter 1 to 6 of Bhagavad Gita
How to act with evenness of mind when faced with life’s difficulties.
Inspiration and Bhakti Yoga
Chapter 7 to 12 of Bhagavad Gita
Connecting with the positive as a source of personal transformation
Understanding and Jnana Yoga
Chapter 13 to 18 of Bhagavad Gita
Understanding the big picture and developing self understanding.