Swami Sukhabodhananda's offering focuses on the "Balancing & Activation of 5 Centers (Koshas)" - Body (Annamaya Kosha), Breath (Pranamaya Kosha), Mind (Manomaya Kosha), Intellect (Vijnanamaya Kosha), and Bliss centre (Anandamaya Kosha). Participants gain insights into their inner world, learn practical techniques to harmonize these centres and cultivate emotional resilience. By integrating the principles of the Bhagavad Gita with the activation of the koshas, participants learn to align their actions with their true inner selves.
By cultivating emotional resilience through the activation of koshas and the wisdom from the Bhagavad Gita, individuals can navigate challenges with grace and maintain inner balance, making each day more fulfilling and meaningful.
The session involves an understanding of various techniques and approaches to balance and activate each kosha. Participants are encouraged to integrate these practices into their daily routines, making them a part of their lifestyle. Regularity and consistency in these practices are key to experiencing the transformative benefits of this offering.
Swami Sukhabodhananda is a highly respected spiritual master from India, a renowned motivational speaker, Vedantic scholar, and spiritual scientist. He is known for his ability to synthesize ancient wisdom and modern vision, appealing to people from all walks of life. He is the author of numerous best-selling books and has been invited to prestigious forums and events worldwide. With a gift for teaching and public speaking, he has captivated millions across the globe, inspiring them to explore the mysteries of life and seek happiness within. His simple yet profound approach to problem-solving and holistic solutions has transformed lives, making him one of the most respected spiritual leaders in India. His influence extends to various prestigious platforms, including the World Economic Forum, where he has been invited as a dignitary multiple times. Additionally, his philanthropic endeavours including initiatives like feeding the poor, providing scholarships, and assisting the underprivileged, demonstrate his commitment to serving humanity.
Bhagavad Gita (Approx. 2nd century BCE) discusses the importance of emotional resilience through the practice of yoga, detachment, and the pursuit of dharma. It teaches how to maintain emotional stability and resilience in the face of adversity and change.Context: A 700-verse Hindu scripture that is part of the Indian epic Mahabharata.
Research Paper: A Comparative Study of Emotional Maturity and Values in Bhagavad Gita Readers and Non-ReadersMain author: Geeta BalodiDate of publishing: 2015Abstract: This study examines the difference in emotional maturity and values between college students who read the Bhagavad Gita and those who do not. It found that Bhagavad Gita readers displayed better emotional maturity and values compared to non-readers, suggesting the text's potential for personal development.
30-45 mins LIVE 1:1 online introductory insight session with Swami Sukhabodhananda.
The session will be facilitated by the Leela Life Concierge Desk.
Introduction to the concept of the five koshas (sheath) as a framework for understanding and achieving balance, explaining how each kosha corresponds to different aspects of the self and how imbalance in one can affect the others
Discuss different forms of meditation, including breath observation, mindfulness, and detachment, and explain how they can help in observing thoughts and emotions without judgment
Engage in an interactive Q&A session ask questions, gain deeper insights, and clarify doubts about the course
The specialist will be tailoring the insight session for you and the exact number of sessions will depend on multiple factors such as need, inclination, interest, absorption and more.
The plan below should give you a rough indication of how many sessions will it take for you to inculcate the learnings from this insight session in to your regular life by yourself.
1. Annamaya Kosha - Physical Layer
2. Pranamaya Kosha - Layer of Prana / Breath
3. Manomaya Kosha - Emotional Layer
4. Vijnanamaya Kosha - Intellectual Layer and
5. Anandamaya. Kosha - Layer of Bliss
Annamaya Kosha (Physical Body): Visualize your body as a house, with this layer being the walls and roof. It requires good building blocks (healthy food), regular cleaning (exercise), and overall care to remain strong and happy.
Pranamaya Kosha (Vital Energy Sheath): Consider this layer as the electricity that powers your house, keeping everything running smoothly. Breathing exercises, such as deep breathing, ensure the energy flows well, keeping your body energized.
Manomaya Kosha (Mental Sheath): This layer acts as the control center of your house, where thoughts and feelings arise. Practicing meditation and mindfulness is akin to having a switch to regulate your thoughts and emotions, helping maintain a calm and positive mental state.
Vijnanamaya Kosha (Wisdom Sheath): Think of this as your intelligent brain, aiding in making wise choices and understanding concepts better. Strengthening this layer involves learning and thoughtful contemplation.
Anandamaya Kosha (Bliss Sheath): Imagine this as the joyful room within your house. When everything is functioning well, you experience joy and contentment. Engaging in meditation and moments of quiet reflection can help you connect with this inner sense of happiness.
Every week, you will learn and work on these layers for the optimum outcome, including gaining concept and action clarity from our specialist and applying these teachings in your lives, gradually transitioning to deeper levels of understanding and harmony with life.
Distinguished spiritual master and Vedantic scholar
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