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Season 1 - Episode 8

Day 6: Yoga of Sacred Wisdom

60 min - Talk


We begin in meditation by breathing with more and more awareness. Ravi then shares a talk with us on Jnana Yoga or Yoga of Sacred Knowledge. He describes this as a knowledge beyond thought and free of time. We conclude with a self-study exercise.
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Aug 18, 2019
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I really appreciated Ravi clarifying the distinction between "everlasting" and "eternal". This had not occurred to me before... also, the discussion of the role that the "devil" plays on one's path. I've never really felt that blaming actions on the devil made sense: it is just an externalization of something that we need to own as a part of ourselves. Very thought provoking discussion!
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There is a lot of wisdom within this talk. I find the emphasis of beyond time a key to understanding what was said. Thank You.
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I love this course! Ravi touched on something in this video, that I am also thinking a lot, which is his short remark on the 'Eso-Tourism in India, in his example Goa. I would love to travel to India at some point and learn about the roots and history of yoga, but is it even possible to do this respectfully? Does anyone know of any ressources on this topic from people who actually live in India? I would love to learn more about this :)
So many facets to knowledge and self knowledge...and it's a dangerous thing, so I am going to contemplate the teachings here because they are so important.  I very much appreciate the references, once again, they make a lot of sense in the context of this talk.  Thank you

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