Course Category: Vedanta In Daily Life

Freedom in Relationship

Problems or limitations in relationships often drive us to seek freedom from relationship. In these twelve-talks, Pujya Swamiji teaches how we might enjoy freedom in

Freedom from Sadness

Sorrow is neither caused by the world nor is it caused by any simple. In these classes, Pujya Swamiji helps us to examine the nature

Action and Renunciation

For a seeker of self-knowledge, there are two committed lifestyles proffered by the Bhagavad Gita (3.3): Pursuit of knowledge while performing one’s duties and Total

Bringing Isvara into Our Life

The sastra teaches us that all that is here is Isvara. If this is understood, Isvara cannot be brought in or discarded: Isvara just is.

Values and Conflicts

Our quality of life is always threatened by conflict. In these courses, Swamiji shows that the root of all conflict is not outside, but within,

Vedanta and Self Growth

Vedanta can be understood only by an adult, one who is ethically, emotionally and intellectually mature. In order to see that one is the whole,

Freedom from Fear

Fear is a word that indicates everything that you are afraid of: unhappiness, separation, loneliness, isolation, fear of being nobody, lack of future, death, and

Stress Management

Stress is considered by many a hallmark of modern life.  Yet, if we look at human history, when were human beings without stress?  Accordingly, the