Bhagavad Gita, Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda

Course: Bhakti Yoga (Bhagavad Gita)



Online Training: The Yoga of Devotion, of love to the Lord (Bhakti Philosophy, Heart to feel) Gita

Bhakti Yoga Course (Philosophy Devotion, Heart to feel) Bhagavad Gita

The main objective of the Course taught by the Gita Institute is to learn the foundations and importance of Bhakti Yoga, as defined in the Bhagavad Gita, the pillar of the Yoga Philosophy).

It is the Path of Devotion, of love for the Lord: “Heart to feel”, the easiest and most natural path of all yogas (Karma - Action, Jnana - Knowledge and Dhyana - Meditation), the one that most people follow. The Bhakta Yogi not only loves the Lord, but also all of His creation.

Bhakti Yoga is the science of supreme love, Swami Vivekananda

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To follow Bhakti Yoga, it is necessary that we have previously purified our mind with Karma Yoga.

«Bhakti Yoga is the science of supreme love. Three things are necessary for a bird to fly: two wings and the tail as a rudder to steer. Jnana (Knowledge) is one wing, Bhakti (Love) is the other and Yoga is the tail that maintains the balance.» Swami Vivekananda.

Subjects
Subjects Bhakti Yoga Training (Philosophy Bhagavad Gita) Supreme Devotion. Knowledge Brahman

  1. Training duration: 3 months (15 ECTS: European Credit Transfer System)
  2. Fees: 279 Euros
  3. Admission Form (Word)
  4. PDF Catalog of the Bhakti Yoga Course

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In chapters VII-XII of the Bhagavad Gita, Sri Krishna explained to Arjuna the secrets of the path of devotion to the Lord, the path of love. But first he had to teach him his divine manifestations, his universal form, the knowledge of Brahma.. so that Arjuna would understand that Everything is One and thus be able to love all creation.

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1- Bhakti Yoga by Swami Vivekananda

Course Content Introduction to Bhakti (Devotion) Swami Vivekananda Bhagavad Gita

Sri Ramakrishna who sheds tears for God? Swami Vivekananda

2- Chapter VII- The Yoga of Knowledge and Realization of Brahman

Content - Chapter VII Yoga of Knowledge and Realization of Brahman (Jananvijnana)

Bhagavad Gita VII-11 I am the strength, disunited from desire and passion

3- Chapter VIII- The Yoga of the Imperishable Parabrahman

Bhagavad Gita: Outline of Chapter VIII-Yoga of the Imperishable Parabrahman

Bhagavad Gita VII-3 The Supreme is Brahman, Karma creative process all beings are created

4- Chapter IX- The Yoga of Royal and Discriminatory Knowledge

Bhagavad Gita: Outline of Chapter IX- Yoga of Royal and Discriminatory Knowledge

Bhagavad Gita XI-55 crucial verse: contains the different yogas

Bhagavad Gita IX-2 Knowledge: King of Sciences, Philosophy, essence of Dharma

5- Chapter X- The Yoga of Divine Manifestations

Bhagavad Gita: Outline of Chapter X- Yoga of Divine Manifestations

Bhagavad Gita X-11: destroy ignorance with knowledge (Jnana Philosophy)

6- Chapter XI- The Yoga of the Universal Form of the Lord.

Bhagavad Gita: Outline of Chapter XI- Yoga of the Universal Form of the Lord

Karma + Bhakti Yoga: Philosophy and essence of the entire teaching of the Bhagavad Gita XI-55

7- Chapter XII- The Yoga of Devotion (Bhakti)

Bhagavad Gita: Outline of Chapter XII- Yoga of Devotion (Bhakti Philosophy)

He who is content, devoted to yoga, self-disciplined, that devotee (Bhakta) of Mine is loved by Me. Bhagavad Gita XII-14

8- Para-Bhakti or Supreme Devotion by Vivekananda

Bhagavad Gita: Content Para-Bhakti (Supreme Devotion) Swami Vivekananda

Bhagavad Gita: Discourses on Bhakti Yoga Swami Vivekananda, Philosophy

Swami Vivekananda:

«Bhakti Yoga is a real and genuine search for the Lord, a search that begins, continues and ends in love. The man whose heart never entertains even the thought of harming anyone, who rejoices in the prosperity of even his greatest enemy, that man is the Bhakta, he is the Yogi, he is the Guru of all. Bhakti Yoga, or worship or love, in one form or another is the easiest, most pleasant and natural form of man.. The object of Bhakti is God.»

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa:

When an Incarnation comes, a tidal wave of spirituality breaks over the world (Sri Ramakrishna)

«When a huge tidal wave comes, all the streams and ditches are filled to the brim without any effort or consciousness on your part; Thus when an Incarnation arrives, a tidal wave of spirituality breaks over the world, and people feel spirituality almost in the air.»

Sri Swami Sivananda:

«If one practices constant remembrance of the Lord through daily Sadhana (spiritual practice, exercises), then he will be rooted in His remembrance even at the time of departing this body at death.»

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Swami Vidya Prakashananda:

«Love and feeling of kindness towards all creatures is the basic virtue of a Bhakta Yogi. The ultimate goal of Bhakti and Jnana is the same. Whatever the method of worship, if practiced with faith and devotion, man attains Paramatman. Let the seekers not rush to reach the Unmanifest even at the beginning. Let them try to overcome selfishness attached to the body through the worship of Ishvara, and obtain complete mastery of their senses through the desireless performance of all good deeds.»


The final exam is based on in-depth research work on Bhakti Yoga, especially valuing that its results can benefit the yogic community and/or humanity.

The student-seeker who passes the exercises and who obtains a favorable report from his teacher will receive the diploma: “Advanced course of Bhakti Yoga (Bhagavad Gita).”

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