Public Series and Lecture.”Taming That Monkey Mind”

Shobana Cooke
and the Directors of the Barefoot Gallery invite you to a public lecture
and an open discussion by

Shubhraji onVedanta

Vedanta is the the ancient, non-dual philosophy of India. Vedanta is a guide through this journey called life, teaching us techniques to make this pilgrimage a supremely enjoyable one. Using the Bhagvad Gita and other ancient texts, vedanta reveals many schemes by which an individual can work at his own self improvement or what Swami Chinmayananda called self unfoldment. Gita, the divine song is more important to us today than ever before as we rebuild our nation and raise the future generation to be a truly happy & successful one. In order to truly believe that we are destined to be great and to make success our habit we need to realise that every single one of us can tap into this power that is within us and thereby transform our lives. This is Vedanta.

Shubhraji was a close disciple of renowned Vedantic Master H.H. Swami Chinmayananda and studied with him for twenty years from the age of thirteen. Originally from India.She lectures on numerous topics. Including Spiritual Unfoldment, The Art of Relationships, Meditation in Daily Life, The Essence of Divine Love, On Creativity &The Power of Mantras and Sounds among many other topics.

Date: TUESDAY 22nd FEBRUARY 2011Taming That Monkey Mind” techniques to balance our body mind & spirit Date: THURSDAY 24th FEBRUARY 2011 “Spiritual Parenting” Being spiritually aware as we raise our children, or do they raise us?
From: 7:00 pm At: BAREFOOT Seating on a first-come, first-served basis. RSVP 2505559


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