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Venue: Prathana Mandir, Prashanti Kutiram, Bangalore
Chanting: Raja Yoga
Chanted by: Rudranath, Ph.D
Discourse: Raja Yoga
DiscourseBy: Prof K Subramanyam
Prof K. Subramanyam ,
Dean, Division of Yoga and Humanities,
S-VYASA, Bangalore, India
1.Yoga is self-discipline.
2.Discipline can be self-discipline or imposed by society or government.
3.Discipline is of three types: place, time and procedure.
4.Discipline of place means keeping everything at right place or in order.
5.Similarly, our right part of brain (feeling centre) and left part of brain (thinking centre) need to be discipline by yoga.
6.Disorderliness causes jamming of mind and brings ‘Aadhi’ (illness).
7.Thus, discipline is orderliness and cleanliness.
8.Discipline of time is doing right thing at right time.
9.Discipline of procedure is systematic way of performing work.
10.May we now resolve for self-discipline and meditate on smiling face of Lord Krishna.
Prof K. Subramanyam PhD
Dean, Division of Yoga and Humanities, has a specialization in English Literature (American and lndo-Anglian as optionals) and Philosophy (Gandhian Philosophy – optional). He is presently the Honorary Adviser, Vivekananda College, Tiruvekadam, Madurai District. He has been a Member, NAAC peer team. He has authored 14 books on various topics including books on Education. He has presented and published a large number of papers on socially relevant and spiritual topics. He is a prolific speaker with an ability to weave magic with his words, with a capacity to talk to people at all levels.