This ancient, epic, and always relevant poem asks us to step into our dharma, our life’s path, in clear, wise, and heartfelt ways. This can often be confusing and challenging work. Explore, in an encouraging and thought-provoking series of 4-classes, some of the questions this sacred text invites us into: How do I recognize my true work? How do I live a life of meaning? How do I align with and live from my highest Self? What is this life about anyways? This text speaks to us about karma and action, about wisdom versus knowledge, about true unconditional loving. It is a text to inspire your practice and your life. Each class in this series will be a combination of lecture, asana, pranayama, meditation, and discussion.
Recommended reading: Translations by Eknath Easwaran, Juan Mascaro, or Stephen Mitchell. Another translation with commentary is Roopa Pai's Gita For Children. Reading of the Gita is not required for the course, but recommended.
Wednesdays, May 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th. Class from 6:15-8pm. Series is $90. Register by going to www.tenthgateyogacenter.com . Under the class tab, click on workshops and scroll to this workshop. Or call 401-683-YOGA (9642).