Gita Wisdom Teachings by Joshua M. Greene (Yogesvara)

A bi-weekly Bhagavad Gita class in NY. Each session includes readings, analysis, audiovisuals, verse recitations and practical insights into India's essential wisdom text. Attendees will discover the message of the Gita, master basic vocabulary and concepts, and acquire skills for teaching and practicing yoga philosophy. Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. For information on attending a class, visit www.facebook.com/pg/gitawisdomteachings/events.

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Gurus: Questions & Answers


What is a guru? Who is qualified? How does one find a guru? What is the relationship between guru and disciple? What are the qualifications of the disciple? And more. Week 31 of the Long Island Gita Wisdom Series recorded on May 9, 2019. Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. Questions? Join the Gita Wisdom Discussion Group on Facebook. We are reading from Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.


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 20 May 2019  35m
 
 

The Psychic Roots of Karma [BG 4.16-4.18] Week 20


Action, forbidden action, and inaction and the resulting karmic reactions are covered. We discuss the different kinds of karma, how karma plays out over lifetimes, and whether or not we, as spiritual practitioners, are obliged to assume greater social responsibilities. Lastly, we touch on the psychology of karma. BG 4.16-4.18 Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. Questions? Join the Gita Wisdom Discussion Group on Facebook. We are reading from Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A.C...


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 10 May 2019  45m
 
 

The Psychic Roots of Karma [BG 4.16-4.18] Week 20


Action, forbidden action, and inaction and the resulting karmic reactions are covered. We discuss the different kinds of karma, how karma plays out over lifetimes, and whether or not we, as spiritual practitioners, are obliged to assume greater social responsibilities. Lastly, we touch on the psychology of karma. BG 4.16-4.18 Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. Questions? Join the Gita Wisdom Discussion Group on Facebook. We are reading from Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A.C...


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 10 May 2019  45m
 
 

Interview with Rabbi Michael White


Michael White is a senior Rabbi at Temple Sinai in Roslyn, NY. He joins our Gita class to talk about the role people of faith bring to social activism. -------------- gitawisdom.org/podcast


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 04 April 2019  1h10m
 
 

Interview with Rabbi Michael White


Michael White is a senior Rabbi at Temple Sinai in Roslyn, NY. He joins our Gita class to talk about the role people of faith bring to social activism. -------------- gitawisdom.org/podcast


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 04 April 2019  1h10m
 
 

Interview with Rabbi Michael White


Michael White is a senior Rabbi at Temple Sinai in Roslyn, NY. He joins our Gita class to talk about the role people of faith bring to social activism. -------------- gitawisdom.org/podcast


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 04 April 2019  1h10m
 
 

The Psychic Roots of Karma [BG 4.16-4.18] Week 20


Action, forbidden action, and inaction and the resulting karmic reactions are covered. We discuss the different kinds of karma, how karma plays out over lifetimes, and whether or not we, as spiritual practitioners, are obliged to assume greater social responsibilities. Lastly, we touch on the psychology of karma. BG 4.16-4.18


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 25 October 2018  45m
 
 

LI, Wk 19 - Priest, warrior, merchant, worker [BG 4.13-15]


Topics: -Varna-ashram system (the four castes and four life stages) -Vedic conception of work and distribution of wealth Additional topics: -Becker's "The Denial of Death" and it's parallels to the teachings of the Gita -Agha, the terrible demon Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. Questions? Join the Gita Wisdom Discussion Group on Facebook. We are reading from Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.


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 04 October 2018  54m
 
 

LI, Wk 19 - Priest, warrior, merchant, worker [BG 4.13-15]


Topics: -Varna-ashram system (the four castes and four life stages) -Vedic conception of work and distribution of wealth Additional topics: -Becker's "The Denial of Death" and it's parallels to the teachings of the Gita -Agha, the terrible demon Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. Questions? Join the Gita Wisdom Discussion Group on Facebook. We are reading from Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.


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 04 October 2018  54m
 
 

LI, Wk 19 - Priest, warrior, merchant, worker [BG 4.13-15]


Topics: -Varna-ashram system (the four castes and four life stages) -Vedic conception of work and distribution of wealth Additional topics: -Becker's "The Denial of Death" and it's parallels to the teachings of the Gita -Agha, the terrible demon Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. Questions? Join the Gita Wisdom Discussion Group on Facebook. We are reading from Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.


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 04 October 2018  54m