Explore your spirituality in Cumberland

Introductory class to the Bhagivad Gita offered Feb. 22 at Studio Live

Do you have an interest in the things beyond our sense of perception?

Do spiritual topics and knowledge resonate with you?  Come learn where the yoga system originated and what its highest spiritual attainment is.

Whether you’re a yogi, spiritualist, thinker, or philosopher, come listen to a free introductory class to the Bhagivad Gita.

This class introduces the main concepts of the ancient philosophy from India. You will learn the teachings of spiritual realization and enlightenment, as well as other topics including: human history on Earth, what exists beyond our senses, reincarnation, karma and the laws of nature, the soul or consciousness within the body, and attaining the highest point of the yoga system.

All the teachings presented in this class are from the Bhagivad Gita, which is world-renowned as a philosophical masterpiece, spiritual classic, and theological manual.  Originating from ancient India, the Bhagivad Gita is the oldest recorded text containing a definitive guide to the topmost form of yoga and self-realization.

This free class will be held on Sunday, Feb. 22 at Studio Live, 2679 Beaufort Avenue at First Street, Cumberland, starting at 7 p.m.

Seating is limited and early arrival is suggested.  For more information, email yogafromgita@gmail.com.

 

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