In the seventh year of Project Mahabharata, the teachings from Vyadha Gita of Vana Parva cover many aspects of Dharma with a special focus on Grihasthashrama. Pujya Acharya Swamiji explains the workings of the Mind, its intricate mechanisms and the roots of its many responses and reactions. We benefit from a detailed description of the qualities an ideal household and its householder with clear principles on inculcating such principles in ourselves and our family. We discover the mechanism of Desire in us by understanding the genesis, prevalence and culmination of our actions that are driven by the Desire.
Some of the main topics covered are –
# Building blocks of the World #What are Sattva-Rajas-Tamas? #Qualities manifested by Sattva-Rajas-Tamas #Developing a Satvik Personality #Charisma vs. Character #Personality vs. Presentability #Iccha and Shraddha #Is Negative normal? #4Ds – milestones in Seeker’s Journey #Workings of a Guru in Sishya’s life #Types of Impurities #Mind as the Mediator #Grihasthashrama – a Spiritual Discipline #CAPITALS – key to a happy home…
Sravanam Recommended along with Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Adi & Sabha parva (45 lectures in 2016), Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-I (54 lectures in 2017) & Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-II (52 lectures in 2018) Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-III (55 lectures in 2019), Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-IV (53 lectures in 2020) and Panchama Vedam Mahabharata- Vana Parva-V (14 lectures in 2020)
Highly recommended for those interested in Vedic teachings and Hindu Religion. This will delight the seekers of Vedanta.