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It’s easy to lose hope for the future when all you see in the news is conflict, violence, anger, fear and suffering. Instead of feeling helpless, learn how you can bring about positive change and be a force for good.
With knowledge and wisdom, all of us can help to make this world a better, more compassionate place. Join us for a three-part series of live streaming 30-minute broadcasts, with yoga master Balakhilya, and discover the way to true peace and happiness.
In the world today there appears to be a great lack of real love and compassion. We are wrecking havoc on the planet we live on and stirring up conflicts based on race, faith, sexual orientation, cultural background and so on.
And even in our personal lives, we often experience how our relationships turn into a competition of who can get the most from the other. It’s not about what we can give, but about what we can get.
Still, many of us have an internal motivation or desire; “I want to do good, I want to help other people, I want to make a difference in the world”. But we may not know how. What is the true understanding of what is «good»? And how can we do real good to other people, the planet, and ourselves?
Join us as we present this three-part series of live streaming 30-minute broadcasts. Hear yoga master Balakhilya explain the personal steps we can take to make a positive contribution to those around us and the world we live in.
Host of the webinars
Balakhilya is traveling all over the world giving lectures on the wisdom of yoga - the science of living, loving, and being happy in this world. With great insight and humility, he works relentlessly to spread ancient teachings that we all can apply to our everyday life.
I approached this holistic yoga philosophy in an indirect way. I became interested in Hatha Yoga (physical yoga) as a way to improve my surfing, which at that time (1969) was my whole life. The benefits were immediately obvious, and I began to look deeper into the topic. By reading, I began practicing simple meditation, eating vegetarian food, and spending more and more time in deeper contemplation of the meaning of my life. I had always been a traveler, but now I started on an inner journey. Along the way, my world - both the outer and the inner - became ever more peaceful and serene.
In 1971, I was so lucky (without coincidence, I am sure) to get in touch with my spiritual teachers. Under their expertise and guidance, I received and began to follow the ancient science called Bhakti Yoga which I continue to do to this day.
And what a beautiful and satisfying journey it has been! So I really hope that you can have the same opportunity and blessing that I have had, undeserving as I am.
Yoga is the oldest system for physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. The various yoga systems have techniques and practices ranging from physical positions (asanas) to the deepest stages of meditation. The ancient yoga wisdom has been studied and praised for thousands of years for its clarity, insight and depth of spiritual knowledge. It not only contains the foundation of the system of physical yoga, it is the universal guide for anyone who wants to live a fearless, more meaningful and joyful life. When we face our own challenges and problems, big and small, the eternal truths of the yoga wisdom are as relevant today as they were 5,000 years ago - and lead us from confusion to clarity.
The Bhagavad-gita (Song of the Supreme Soul) is one of the most authoritative yoga scriptures. It contains not only the foundation of the entire yoga system, but the most essential and valuable lessons as we go through this life. The perfect instruction from the Bhagavad-gita has been passed on to guide everyone on the path to self-realization, true happiness and deep understanding of the absolute truth. The Bhagavad-gita has inspired some of the world's greatest thinkers, including Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Einstein, Dr. Albert Schweizer, Henry David Thoreau and Herman Hesse.
“When doubts haunt me, when disappointments stare me in the face, and I see not one ray of hope on the horizon, I turn to Bhagavad-gita and find a verse to comfort me; and I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming sorrow. My life has been full of external tragedies and if they have left no visible or invisible effect on me, I owe it to the teaching of the Bhagavad-gita."
"In the morning I bathe my intellect in the stupendous and cosmogonal philosophy of the Bhagavad-gita, in comparison with which our modern world and its literature seems puny and trivial."
Henry David Thoreau
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