Modern application of ancient Vedic knowledge
The overarching theme of the course will be an exploration of the Coherence of Theism; that is to say, that there are reasonable grounds for the belief in God. In the first two lectures, our lecturer Prahlada Bhakta will address some of the inadequacies in current attempts to understand the Mind/Body Problem in terms of […]
Calamity Management Each one of us is facing calamities at some point in our lives. Throughout the history mankind have been struggling to find solutions to either counteract or alleviate them but often unsuccessfully. In the talk “Calamity Management” Dina Dayal das presents the Vedic version of dealing with calamitous situations as demonstrated by various […]
Spirituality and Diet -
Can they be separated? It is interesting that in an age that often does all it can to convince us that connections to the ancient past, particularly as they relate to enlightened and forward thinking ideas, are few and far between. Many of us grew up with the impression that all our forefathers were hunter gatherers, leaving the cave on a daily basis, grunting their way through the undergrowth and bringing back their conquered prey for the family to gorge – was that really the case?
All of us have questions about life. Who are we? Why are we here? Why do bad things happen to good people? What happens after death? But living in such a time to eat, drink and even sleep let alone finding time to explore our deeper thoughts. Explore focuses on the key themes of The […]