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Guṇamayam – Guṇātītam | An exploration of Triguṇasiddhānta in Sāmkhya Kārika, Yoga Sūtra, Yatīndramatadīpikā, Vivekacūḍāmaṇi and Bhagavadgītā

Dates | July 17, 24, 29, 31, Aug 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 28, Sep 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 & Oct 7, 2024
Time | 5 – 6.30 PM Indian Standard Time
Mode | Online
Programme Fee | INR 8,700 per participant

At the heart of the study of Indian philosophy lies the understanding of Triguṇasiddhānta and how the Guṇa-s that are innate in Prakr̥ti intertwine to create the perceived universe. The changing universe, the forms we see, the names we call these forms and the changes that occur in time and space are all pervaded by the Guṇā-s. The Ātma that transcends the play of Guṇa-s lies beyond as the unseen Seer, the experiencer of Prakr̥ti.

How do the Guṇa-s fashion not just the external universe but our internal world too?

What does it mean to be trapped in the web woven by the interplay of the Guṇa-s?

How do the Guṇa-s impact our physiological and psychological functioning?

What does transcendence imply?

Can we ever be free from the impact of the three Guṇa-s?

These and other questions will be explored through this deep study of five major texts spanning the three Darśana-s of Sāṁkhya, Yoga and Vedānta.

This programme will be lead by Ms. Nrithya Jagannathan. Senior Faculty of KYM.

Video recordings will be made available for a limited period to all registered participants, the schedule of which will be shared.

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra
Mantra Mala
Learn Vedic Chanting