Raja Yoga – A series on Patanjali Yoga Sutra
About CourseThe great sage and yogi Patanjali compiled the essence of yoga philosophy and the vast range of yogic practices, distilling them into 196 concise sentences, which in time came to be known as the Yoga Sutra. The text is divided into four chapters; Samadhi pada, Sadhana Pada, Vibhuti Pada, and Kaivalya pada.
COURSE LANGUAGE: HINDI
COURSE DURATION: 40 CLASSES, 3 MONTHS
CLASSES ON: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
CLASS TIME: 6 AM IST
The great sage and yogi Patanjali compiled the essence of yoga philosophy and the vast range of yogic practices, distilling them into 196 concise sentences, which in time came to be known as the Yoga Sutra. The text is divided into four chapters; Samadhi pada, Sadhana Pada, Vibhuti Pada, and Kaivalya pada. It is so profoundly perfect and well-grounded in the direct experience of the long line of sages that it is regarded as yoga Shastra, the final authority on yoga philosophy and practice that can be followed like a guide for a yoga student to achieve enlightenment and final liberation.
It is intended to not only educate anyone on the importance of discovering one’s true self but also to highlight the importance of understanding the yogi’s place in the universe.“Sutras” are small teachings that help summarise the overall message someone is trying to teach. They are a result of hundreds of years of oral instruction and needing a method to keep the moral short enough for memorisation.
However, one prevalent issue is that there is no full-proof way of knowing precisely what each sutra truly means. Author metaphors can be interpreted by the reader, especially if the author has been deceased for quite some time; it is up to the individual to create their meaning with each sutra.
The goal is to reconnect the mind and soul back to the physical body through self-reflection, mantras, and spiritual practices. Because the Yoga Sutras are more of a guide rather than an answer, they do not have a specific, universal meaning to them. Instead, they are welcoming to the fact that each person will have their own takeaways from the lessons and teachings.
Regardless, one goal remains throughout the spiritual process: reconnection with the Self and liberation from stress caused by the disconnect of the spirit and the universe.
Topics for this course
How to fill Spiritual Diary ?
DEMO VIDEO FOR FILLING SPIRITUAL DIARY15:50
Session 18 – Sadhna Path (Sutra 10 – Sutra 14)01:42:52
Session 17 – Q & A1:54:52
Session 16 – Sadhna Path (Sutra 6 – Sutra 9)1:54:11
Session 15 – Sadhna Path (Sutra 1 – Sutra 5)1:47:29
Session 14 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 44 – Sutra 51)1:33:04
Session 13 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 40 – Sutra 43)1:28:54
Session 12 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 35 – Sutra 39)1:22:53
Revision Session 011:42:29
Session 11 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 34)1:27:39
Session 10 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 31 – Sutra 33)1:36:05
Session 9 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 28 – Sutra 30)1:29:54
पाठ्यक्रम प्रश्नोत्तरी ३
Session 8 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 23 – Sutra 27)1:34:46
Session 7 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 20 – Sutra 22)1:27:11
Session 6 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 16 – Sutra 19)1:26:44
पाठ्यक्रम प्रश्नोत्तरी २
Session 5 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 13- Sutra 15)1:08:56
Session 4 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 10 – Sutra 12)1:06:48
पाठ्यक्रम प्रश्नोत्तरी – 1
Session 3 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 7 – Sutra 9)1:09:27
Session 2 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 4 – Sutra 6)1:15:11
Session 1 – Samadhi Path (Sutra 1 – Sutra 3)1:23:53
About the instructors
Very nice and wonderful sessions sir
Guruji's knowledge and delivery of the knowledge is unparalleled.
Truly blessed to gain Yoga Sutra knowledge by Guruji.
explanation of yoga sutra by Guru ji is like bhavan Patanjali himself revealing the knowledge again. Thanks Guru ji
आपके द्वारा साझा किया गया अध्यात्म/साधना पर ज्ञान अत्यंत रोचक, सरल व जानकारीपूर्ण है, आपने धैर्यपूर्वक हर छोटे-बड़े पहलू की सहजता से व्याख्या की है।