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Yoga Philosophy- Narada Bhakti Sutras

Bhakti Yoga – The Secrets of Transcendental Love!

Narada (A Vedic Sage) explains the perfect stage of pure devotion; the process to achieve this state; gives quotations from other Vedic personalities on the subject matter; things to avoid when developing bhakti; and finally explains the nature of selfless love and the different forms of attachment to the Supreme person.

  • The first Sutras 24 deal with the nature of Bhakti(Devotion)
  • 9 sutras(25-33) explain why the path of Bhakti(Devotion) is superior
  • 17 sutras(34-50) describe the methods by which bhakti(Devotion) can be cultivated and practiced.
  • 16 sutras (51-66) gives the sign of true devotion.
  • 18 sutras(67-84) glorify those who have reached the pinnacle of devotion.

Benefits of the workshop:

Bhakti Yoga is one of 4 paths to reach a state of Yoga. These sessions explain Bhakti Yoga in detail and helps those who are ready to move one step forward on their spiritual path.

  • Defines Bhakti, devotion, as “intense exclusive love of This,” meaning the formless Self or “God.”
  • Describes the benefits of devotion
  • Informs us how to cultivate it and recognize its symptoms.
  • Enumerates the stages of devotional love, from the lowest to the highest.

Program Detail:

Date (s) & Timings: Starts 19 Jan, 7.30 pm to 9 pm  (every session is once a month 1.5 hrs session)

Next Session : 11 Mar, 3-4 pm

Topic : Rejoicing without conflict

Venue: Yoga Ashram

Contact : 04 3609028; 0552107078; email info@yogaashram.com

Fees: AED 100 (AED 75 for Members); AED 650 for full series ( AED 500 for members)

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Teacher- Rashi Datt

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