When: Sept. 19 & 20
Location: National Hispanic Cultural Center
Shubhraji is a teacher of meditation and scriptural texts. She is originally from India and from the age of thirteen has been a close disciple of renowned Vedantic master H. H. Swami Chinmayananda. Her students discover a deeper understanding of their nature, challenges they may face, and how to refocus their attitudes regarding life. Her talks aim to bring one to the true Self.
Monday–Wednesday, August 4-6, 6:30 pm-8:00 pm
The art of living is revealed in a lighthearted manner. Adi Sankarcharya, the leading exponent of Advaita Vedanta 780-820 A.D, composed this simple but deep text. It dissects life and shows us the path to self-knowledge.
Thursday–Saturday, August 7-9, 7:00 am-8:30 am
The Praśnopanisad is a major Upanisad in which six disciples each ask a question of sage Pipalapada. They concern spiritual topics like the root cause of the universe, the universal principle of energy or vital force of life called prāna and its origin, the dream world and the reward of meditating on Om and the perfected being person who has sixteen aspects. Each answer by the sage points us inward to search for the meaning of life and our true purpose.