The Bhagavad Gita

$200.00

Expertly guided discussion points for this seminal yoga text. Illuminate key ideas and guide juicy real-life discussions. Perfect for 200-hour, 300-hour, continuing education, or for use as a personal study guide.

Estimated lesson time:  6 hours

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Expertly guided discussion points for this seminal yoga text. Illuminate key ideas and guide juicy real-life discussions. Perfect for 200-hour, 300-hour, continuing education, or for use as a personal study guide.

Fully editable.

What’s included

  • Discussion points and contemplations to understand and personalize The Bhagavad Gita
  • 6 hours of discussion
  • Historical context notes and alternate translations
  • Curriculum specially designed to make philosophy relevant for yogis
  • Fun and interactive discussions and activities to drive learning home
  • Trainer Notes provided in pfd and Word format.

What you need

  • Students should have a copy of the text by their translator of choice

Learning objectives

By the end of this lesson, your students will be able to:

Part 1: 60 minutes

  • Describe the historical context for the “Bhagavad Gita”
  • Describe the significance of “the field”
  • Identify and describe the importance of Arjuna and his quandary
  • Describe the metaphorical importance of Krishna
  • Define dharma
  • Describe the principles of jnana yoga

Part 2: 60 minutes

  • Describe the principles of karma yoga
  • Define dharma
  • Apply the principles of karma yoga to one’s daily life

Part 3: 60 minutes

  • Describe the principles of bhakti yoga
  • Apply the principles of bhakti yoga to one’s daily life

Part 4: 60 minutes (optional project could add 1-2 hours)

  • Describe the principles of jnana yoga
  • Apply the principles of jnana yoga to one’s daily life

Part 5: 2 hours

  • Integrate and apply key ideas to your life.
  • Explore meditation practices related to the different kinds of yoga.
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