The Vedanta and Yoga Course is a comprehensive learning package, drawing study materials from ancient canons of Hindu Philosophy. The syllabus covers a well-researched scope of relevant topics, highlighting the many similarities in the two streams of thought. Both Vedantic and Yogic pursuits understand the individual as vulnerable to sorrows and suffering and explore the way to liberation.
Our esteemed teachers in the school will explain how the notions of “Atman” and “Brahman” in the Yoga and Vedanta Sutras explain the idea of attachment as the root cause of all human sorrows and why it is wrongful to equate “Self” with the physical body, mind or sensual feeling. The study in Vedanta will elucidate the concepts of “Maya” or illusion and “Mthya” or untruth.
The comparative study of the two philosophies is going to strengthen your conceptual base, and in addition, our teachers will make sure to bring these ideas in relevance in the lived reality. Our teachers preach in simple and comprehensible language, encouraging interactive discussions in the sessions. The Vedantic aspect will bring more clarity to the ideas you have already been nurturing as a yoga enthusiast, and as a future teacher, you will be able to impart knowledge more effectively.