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Season 1 - Episode 3

Day 1: The Story Begins

60 min - Talk
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We begin Day 1 in meditation by tuning into the subtle, conscious energies available to us. Ravi then introduces us to the story of the Bhagavad Gita—its significance, history, and background. We discover the metaphor of the battlefield and the stage is set for Arjuna and Krishna. We conclude Day 1 with suggested reflection questions on the themes.
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Aug 18, 2019
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A real blessing to have Ravi's guidance on the great Gita. And, as Providence would have it, I am finding it very timely in terms of challenges on my own path. This great work speaks to all sojourners in all traditions, throughout time. Hari Om.
Hi Kate! So delighted to know that we are wrestling with these teachings together. You are in the circle with us. Stay close. Love, Alana
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Thank you, thank you, thank you!  This couldn't be better timed for me and my practice.  I finished reading the Gita the day before yesterday and was wondering "what next?"  So much of it I found life changing and a complete game changer, but at the same time incomprehensible!  So many questions... so this is perfect.  
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Many Thanks!
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Jane, so glad you are here. xok
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So very happy to find this quality presentation here. Thank you.
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Thank you, Hoda, we're so happy to have you here. Enjoy this course!

Warmly, Ashley from Yoga Anytime
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A beauty of words, ideas and pure conciousness
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So blessed and full of gratitude to receive these teachings by a wonderfully modest man. Love and thanks, James 
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I feel my heart full, and excited to continue my yoga journey in the company of such amazing teacher Ravi Ravindra.  I am Blessed. ~Mercedes 
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