Practical Vedanta Yoga Workshop
27th January - 1st February 2020
About the workshop
Vedanta Yoga is one aspect of Yogic practice that is promulgated by the ancient Himalayan masters.
Vedanta is the process of engaging in self-inquiry and exploration, in order to become immersed and merged in the Divine within our own beings. It is the end goal of the Vedas.
Through the ages, Himalayan sages have recommended the practice of Vedantic contemplation and meditation, in addition to a regular practice of asanas and other Yogic techniques, such as chanting and pranayama. The combination of these three aspects of Yoga training will stabilize the mind, strengthen the body, and nourish the awakened Kundalini Shakti energy.
One of the main inquiries of Vedantic meditation is the contemplation of who we are in our essence.
Understanding the Divinity that resides within and around us is ultimately the fruit of a successful Yoga practice of inner exploration.
Swami Vivekananda was the 19th century proponent of this Vedanta Yoga and termed it as Practical Vedanta.
And it was highly recommended by him as a potent practice for the spiritual advancement of people already practicing asanas and pranayama.
Topics to be covered
- Introduction to Practical Vedanta
- The Jnana Yoga
- Basic tenets of Practical Vedanta and Modern Applications
- The Upanishads as the basis of Practical Vedanta
- Astanga Yoga in the light of Vedanta
- Shravana Manana Nidhidhyasana- The vedantic method of Sadhana
- Concept of Ishwara – Personal & Impersonal
- Practical application of the principles of Vedanta in day-to-day life for joyful living.
- Total immersion in the Self.
- Combine Yoga with Vedanta in spiritual life.
- Coupling Yoga practices with wisdom of Vedanta.
- Exposure to the world of the Upanishads.
- Art of Concentration.
- Techniques of Mindfulness in Vedanta.
- Art of doing work in everyday life.
- Concentration for success in life.
- Complimentary asana and pranayama sessions.
Dr. Rajeshwar Mukherjee
Dr. Rajeshwar Mukherjee is the Assistant Director and Head of the Philosophical Research Division of Kaivalyadhama. He has been nurtured in the cultural ethos of ancient Indian wisdom with an inspiration from the teachings of Swami Vivekananda. He has authored several research articles and book and is an acclaimed scholar of the Ancient Indian wisdom.
Check-in – 26th January 2020
Check-out – 2nd February 2020
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Workshop Teaching fees – NO REFUND (Transferrable to another workshop within six months)
Accommodation and meals:
- Cancellation application before 7 days – refund of 75% of the amount paid.
- Cancellation application less than 7 days – no refund.
- Please email cancellation requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Verbal cancellation requests are not accepted.