Bhagavad-Gītā — Online Course
MVS 510 & MVS 511
∗This course is offered for credit and noncredit
MVS510 Bhagavad-Gītā I Chapters 1 – 3 (4 credits)
Tuition for the noncredit course: $600 Start Date: Feb 5th
Tuition for the credit course: $2000 ($500×4 credits) Start & End Dates: Feb 5th – April 15th (10 weeks)
MVS511 Bhagavad-Gītā II Chapters 4 – 6 (4 credits)
Tuition for the noncredit course: $600 Start date: April 16th
Tuition for the credit course: $2000 ($500×4 credits) Start & End Dates: April 16th – June 24th (10 weeks)
∗ Registration for credit students will end on Feb 5th for Bhagavad-Gītā I and April 16th for Bhagavad-Gītā II
∗ Prerequisite: The practice of the Transcendental Meditation program is required for this course
The Principles of Dharma, the Eternal Nature of Life, and Effortlessness of Transcending as the Basis of Right Action. This course studies Maharishi’s translation and commentary on the Bhagavad-Gītā, a work that sequentially unfolds profound principles of the development of human consciousness, its relationship to knowledge, and its application to improve the quality of individual and collective life. The Bhagavad-Gītā is a textbook for Maharishi Vedic Science, containing the essence of the detailed knowledge of consciousness contained in the Vedic Literature. Course topics include the scope, structure, and dynamics of human behavior; the higher states of consciousness; collective consciousness; and the solution to the fundamental dilemma at the basis of human suffering.
∗ Biweekly webinars on Sunday at 7:30 pm Central Time
∗ All Lesson videos are pre-recorded and includes Evan Finkelstein and Thomas Egenes
To sign up for Maharishi’s Commentary on Chapter Seven of the Bhagavad-Gītā which begins March 5 at 7:45 pm in Dalby Hall, please visit https://gita7.eventbrite.com
This course consists of 10 lessons, which include pre-recorded instructional videos, lectures by Maharishi, and ∗ biweekly webinars. For those taking the course for credit, there will be additional academic work, including quizzes and an essay appropriate for a Master’s program. Each lesson has 3 or 4 videos approximately 15 to 20 minutes each. Once you register, you have access to the course for six months to one year.
MVS510 Bhagavad-Gītā (Chapters 1 – 3): The Principles of Dharma, the Eternal Nature of Life, and Effortlessness of Transcending as the Basis of Right Action (4 credits)
MVS511 Bhagavad-Gītā (Chapters 4 – 6): The Roles of Silence and Action, Knowledge and Experience, in Rising to Higher States of Consciousness (4 credits)
This course studies Maharishi’s commentary on the Bhagavad-Gītā, which provides a systematic exposition of the development of human consciousness, its relationship to knowledge, and its application to improve the quality of individual and collective life and accomplish anything.
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