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Venue: Mangal Mandir,Prashanti Kutiram,Bangalore
Chanting: Raja Yoga
Chanted by: Dilip,(PGDYT,student)
Discourse: Raja Yoga
Dean of Academic Programs and Division of Yoga-Spirituality,S-VYASA, Bangalore, India
1.Yoga is being in tune with nature.
2.Knowing one’s own nature is yoga.
3.‘Yukta ahara, Yukta Vihara’ means having balanced diet and enough activities are yoga.
4.Waking up early is part of yogic life.
5.Deliberately structuring daily routine activities in eco friendly way is yoga.
6.‘Yukta Nindra, Yukta Swapna Avabodhasya’ means to have enough sleep and good dreams.
7.One should go to bed before 10 p.m.
8.Have very light food at evening.
9.Remember your god before sleep.
10.That is yoga way of life to be peaceful and useful.
Dean of Academic Programs and also of the Division of Yoga-Spirituality.
He was brought up in the traditional way in Samskrta and completed his Vidvat in Samskrta. He also went through the conventional degree,Master’s degree in the same subject including PhD from Mysore University. He started teaching in Janaseva Vidyakendra,a residential school near Bangalore and developed many novel teaching techniques for effective communication.During his stay he also read and mastered various systems of philosophy: Advaita,Dvaita and Visistadvaita and gained insights into the Self. His practices to transform himself to fathom the higher dimensions of Reality took him to the path of yoga and spiritual lore. In 1994 he founded Veda Vijnana Gurukulam in Channena Halli.He has participated in numerous Samskrta, philosophical conferences in different part of the country and is involved in active research and published various articles and papers in the journals.