Bhagavad Gita | Chapter 9

with Phid Simons
Mondays,  August 5th – 26th | 6-8pm
Series: $80 // Drop-in: $22 per class

The ninth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita describes the knowledge of brahman, the imperishable self, as the king of knowledge and a great secret. Krishna presents the knowledge as a paradox and teaches that the secret is knowing the satyam, real, from the mithyā, apparent. Krishna unfolds the nature of brahman and promises that the result of knowing the self as brahman is freedom from all sorrow or harm.

Phid Simons has studied Sanskrit, Vedanta, and Vedic chanting with traditional teachers in India and the U.S. for over 25 years. She has practiced yoga for over 35 years and teaches Sanskrit, chanting, and Vedanta in the Bay Area.

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