Universal principles have timeless value and offer a way to confidently navigate the modern world. We’ll look at the origins and contemporary relevance of six ancient yogic principles, and study passages from the Vedas and other texts from the Indian subcontinent. The course integrates ideas from history, philosophy, ecology, literature, activism, and religion. You’ll be encouraged to keep a journal throughout the class and to complete suggested reflection questions between classes.
FALL 2019 – 6 Wednesdays, August 28 – October 2, 3:10 – 4:30 p.m.
College of Marin Community Education
Indian Valley Campus
$103 (Course 4252)
We’ll begin on Friday evening with an introductory teaching and discussion session as well as a vegan/vegetarian, non-alcohol potluck. We’ll come together for three more sessions and a meditative walk on Saturday, and a final session on Sunday morning.
The size of the group is intentionally small to allow for deep, quiet connection with your inner and outer space.
October 4-6, 2019
A coastal seaside town in Northern California
(location revealed to registrants)
Sliding scale: $154-$216