Bhagavad Geeta 101 – May Lessons

Jai Shree Krishna. Jai Gurudev.

We hope that you are all caught up with the lessons from April!
Such thought provoking, good reads – we can’t thank you enough, Peter Ganglani for sharing this with us!

Here are lessons from May 2018:

03.05.2018: Lesson 18: Welcome to the city of 9 gates!

10.05.2018: Lesson 19: Cricket Match anyone? … Doubt and you’re Out !!

17.05.2018: Lesson 20: Meet your Enemy!

24.05.2018: Lesson 21: Can a MONKEY Meditate? Does it suffer if it fails? WhaaT… ?!!?

31.05.2018: Lesson 22: Let’s learn Meditation – the right way!

Have a good read!

Bhagavad Geeta 101 – April Lessons

Jai Shree Krishna. Jai Gurudev.

We hope that you are all caught up with the lessons so far!

Here are lessons from April 2018 🙂

05.04.2018: Lesson 14: Gateway to Hell … Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot!

12.04.2018: Lesson 15: Compelled to sin?…are we really?

19.04.2018: Lesson 16: OMG, the Lord is coming! … Spiritual ‘8-Pack’ anyone?

26.04.2018: Lesson 17: Hawan of the body … Om SWAAHAA !!

We hope you enjoy these pearls of wisdom!

An Evening with Swami Bhoomananda

Jai Shree Krishna. 

We were truly blessed to be able to spend last Sunday evening being in the presence of Swami Bhoomanda and also listening to such a wonderful discourse.

Swamiji’s arrival and garlanding of Swamiji by our president, Mr. Chandru Binwani

Devotees listening to Swamiji’s discourse

For those of you who missed it, fret not! The SIRD will be organising more spiritual discourses with Swami Bhoomanda and Swamini Ma Gurupriya for the month of July. More details below:

We certainly had a blessed start to the month!

What have you done for your soul today?

 

Bhagavad Geeta 101 – Lesson Catch Ups!

Jai Shree Krishna!

We truly apologize for the delay in sharing Bhagavad Geeta 101 lessons..
The last lessons we shared were lessons 7 – 10 and they can be accessed here.

We are truly grateful to Mr Peter Ganglani for penning down his knowledge on the Geeta for all of us 🙂 We are sharing the lessons from March 2018 here, and will update weekly until we are all caught up! Enjoy!

Published 15.03.2018: Lesson 11 – Karma Yog: Types of action

Published 22.03.2018: Lesson 12 – Heaven and Back?

Published 29.03.2018: Lesson 13 – Wake Up Call!!!

 

Redefining Karma Yoga for Modern Times : a spiritual discourse

Jai Shree Krishna.

We would like to invite all to join us for our regular Sunday Satsang this weekend. This Sunday, we are blessed to have with us Guruji Anand Krishna from Indonesia who will be speaking on Redefining Karma Yoga for Modern Times.

Please also join us for a spiritual discourse at night, at 7.45 pm with Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha from the SIRD. Details as follows:

We would like to invite everyone to join us tomorrow for these wonderful discourses 🙂

 

 

 

What Bhagavad Gita Wants Us To Do: a discourse

tasmāch chhāstraṁ pramāṇaṁ te kāryākārya-vyavasthitau
jñātvā śhāstra-vidhānoktaṁ karma kartum ihārhasi

Therefore, let the scriptures be your authority in determining what should be done and what should not be done. Understand the scriptural injunctions and teachings, and then perform your actions in this world accordingly.
– Bhagavad Geeta, Chapter 16 Verse 24

Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

Join us for a spiritual discourse entitled “What Bhagavad Gita Wants Us To Do” which will be held tomorrow Sunday01.07.2018 from 7.45pm – 9.00pm at Geeta Ashram Malaysia

The talk will be conducted in English, and all are welcome to attend 🙂

Click here for more information on Swamiji’s discourses in Kuala Lumpur.

What Bhagavad Gita wants us to do by Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

Jai Shree Krishna. Jai Gurudev.

With the grace of Bhagavan, The Society for Inner Resources Development Malaysia will be organizing a series of spiritual discourses and workshops by Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha and Swamini Ma Gurupriya. 

We are truly blessed to be the host of the first spiritual discourse entitled “What Bhagavad Gita Wants Us To Do” which will be held this Sunday01.07.2018 from 7.30pm – 9.00pm at Geeta Ashram Malaysia.

The talk will be conducted in English, and all are welcome to attend 🙂

More details on the talk on 01.07.2018 and others below:

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