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Reading scriptures on a regular basis is most central to spiritual growth. Ancient spiritual texts like the Upanishads and Gita are more relevant today than they were ever before.
To spend a lifetime without the words of the saints, the avatars and the gurus is to lose a lifetime. Today, if mankind seems to be nearing catastrophe — if climate change, social injustice, and violence have become the norm — it is because man’s mind has gone astray.
Online courses with Acharya Prashant is a unique initiative to bring scriptures to our day-to-day life and hence impart clarity and wisdom in living. In this course, a rigorous study of a scripture or a saint is undertaken each month.
The methodology of this program is to engage in an in–depth and rigorous examination of scriptures by relating them to the everyday realities of life. Relevant sections from scriptures like Srimad Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Brahm-Sutras, Ashtavakra Gita, etc. are studied to unpack the ancient mysteries contained in them.
Sessions are conducted by Acharya Prashant himself and are streamed live to the seekers. Below is the list of Live Courses, repository of already completed courses can be accessed here.
Upanishad means (disciple) 'sitting near' (the Guru). They are the highest words that mankind has ever known. Their importance in ancient vedic wisdom is evident by the fact that they are also referred to as 'Vedanta' which means 'the epitome of Vedas' or 'the highest purpose of the Vedas'.
Out of 108 Upanishads of the Muktika canon, ten Upanishads were composed as early as 800 BCE and are popularly known as the Mukhya Upanishads.
This June, marks the beginning of 'Upanishad Samagam', an online course, where Acharya Prashant will be speaking on the Upanishads to help us come close to their essence and relevance in our everyday life. The course starts from 14th June'20 onwards.
Come along and be a part of this beautiful journey with Acharya Prashant to understand the core teachings of Upanishads.Register