Using 2020 vision, You, Me and The Bhagavad Gita, are going to bring clarity and closure to the purpose of this year for you, ready to embark on 2021 with insight and a clear state of mind.Register Now
My story of the Gita has been a slow one. I was brought to it, somewhat reluctantly, through several different avenues until finally I opened the book and began.
Now it's part of my daily life.
I find myself regularly referring to the Gita in my Yoga Classes, Consultations, and Ayurveda and Meditation Programs.
As it’s become part of my everyday life, it provides answers and guidelines for both my experiences and my choices.
Over the past 3 years I have also enjoyed lecturing on The Bhagavad Gita as part of the International Yoga Teachers Associations Teacher Training program
and now I’m super excited to bring this program to you.
Dates: December 1, 8 and 15
Sessions: 7 - 8:45 p.m. AEDT
Your Investment: $297
All sessions will be offered on the Zoom platform and recorded for your convenience.
The first three weeks of this ongoing program are really setting the groundwork for ongoing unpacking of the Gita.
Over the course of Part 1, you'll feel connected with the underlying principles of the Bhagavad Gita. You'll feel that the door has been opened to an endless treasure chest of tools, awakenings and support for life. There is nothing in our lives that the Bhagavad Gita cannot give us some guidance on.
It's simply a matter of starting - and so we begin!
“O Sanjaya, tell me what happened at Kurukshetra, the field of dharma, where my family and the Pandavas gathered to fight.” 1:1
In the first week you’ll meet Arjuna, Krishna and the characters of the Gita. You’ll be introduced to the setting and the outline of the story and the concept of the war within. With reference to the Gita you’ll identify the meaning and importance of Dharma and service and the junctions and crossroads, endings and beginnings that are important markers in your life.
“Tell me of those who live established in the Self, O Krishna. How do they talk? How do they sit? How move about?”
Life offers no fiercer battle than the battle within. In our own life battles, we experience blindness, fear, greed, anger, hurt and disappointment. Krishna guides Arjuna to know him Self and to perform his work, firstly, established in Self.
This week you’ll dive into your own life, identifying your own Kurukshetra moments, the roles of the victim and the villain and learn the three most important tools to move beyond these limitations.
“What the outstanding person does, others will try to do. The standards such people create will be followed by the world.” 3:21
The ignorant work for their own profit, the wise for the profit of the world. Krishna assures Arjuna that fighting the battle is essential and the outcome inconsequential. This week you’ll be looking at your role as warrior; what you’re here to do, how you’re going so far and what’s holding you back.
You’ll learn a powerful practice to create energetic circuitry, clearing blocks and supporting the next phase of your dharmic journey.
This is the perfect way to end 2020, prepared for a dynamic, empowered, new year.
This program will allow you to establish an awakened connection with your Self.
You'll have tools to more deeply and fully understand life, questioning actions and choices and establishing new pathways for living your authentic, empowered life.
This is the perfect way to end 2020, completely prepared for a
dynamic, empowered New Year.
"Established in Self, take action."
Her dream is that all people have access to the wisdom of self-knowing that allows each of us to experience our inherent freedom. As the founder of The Perfect Health Centre, she’s facilitated life-changing programs for thousands of clients. Robyn has a B. Ed and has studied extensively in Ayurvedic Medicine, Yoga, Meditation and breakthrough healing practices. Her qualifications include being an Advanced Ayurvedic Practitioner, holding a Masters from the Chopra Centre University and she is currently lecturer on the Faculty of IYTA. (International Yoga Teachers Association.)