Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 3, Power of Action

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The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient philosophical text which expounds the eternal principles of life andliving. The third chapter entitled Yoga of Action explains the necessity of action and provides the blueprint for an ideal action. An ideal action generates energy while avoiding dissipation of energy in unproductive channels. Wherein the mind remains peaceful while the body is engaged in dynamic action.

Day 1: July 30, 2018

  • 18:15 Arrive
  • 18:30 Discourse begins
  • 20:00 Discourse ends

Day 2: July 31, 2018

  • 18:15 Arrive
  • 18:30 Discourse begins
  • 20:00 Discourse ends

Day 3: Aug. 1, 2018

  • 18:15 Arrive
  • 18:30 Discourse begins
  • 20:00 Discourse ends

WHAT ARE YOU WORKING FOR?

People do not realise the beauty and grandeur of real work. They entertain worldly motives to work. Join us and learn the blue print to right action. 


YOU MUST ACT

Action is the insignia of life. The law of life proclaims that none can remain without performing activity. 


ACT LIKE NATURE

Take a look at nature. Learn from the sun, moon and stars. They work tirelessly. They have no ego, no selfish desire to fulfil. Discard the selfish ego. Your actions then turn out glorious. 


Join us and learn the blue print for an ideal action. 

About Sunandaji

Sunandaji, Vedanta Institute South Africa

Sunandaji has been studying and researching Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India for over three decades. Her clear and powerful presentation of the Bhagavad Gita in contemporary thought has been acclaimed in India and abroad. Sunandaji has also addressed prestigious corporate organisations and universities worldwide on the practical application of Vedanta in daily life.

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9A John Zikhali Road, Berea

The Durban Botanic Gardens is situated in the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is Durban’s oldest public institution and Africa's oldest surviving botanical gardens.

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Your life is enriched by accomplishment of right action rather than outward success or failure. Take up work with no axe to grind. Do what you ought to do in life. Work then becomes a pleasure. 

The Bhagavad Gita highlights the gospel of karma, action. Emphasises the importance of fulfilling your obligations in life. 

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