Vidya - an introduction to hinduism
Understand the ancient Hindu Philosophy, topics including Self Realisation, Puja (Prayer), Learn about the mind and meditation, discover your divine senses, Develop an understanding of What a Satguru is and what are Vasasnas, what are the 4 yogic paths and practises and delve into the hindu scriptures!!
NOCN Vidya Vedanta
A practical introduction to the oldest philosophy in the world; Understand the ancient Hindu Philosophy, Self Realisation and Puja (Prayer); Learn about the mind and meditation; Discover your Divine Senses; Develop an awareness of ‘What a Satguru?’ is and ‘What are Vasasnas?’; Understand what the 4 yogic paths and practises are and delve into the study of Hindu scriptures/text. This course shares how you can incorporate its practices into your daily life, and experience the time honored benefits that they bring. Relevant and accessible to people of all faiths and none.
The course is delivered either over a five hour workshop, or online via distance learning, and is facilitated by one of our trained tutors. It is endorsed by the NOCN (National Open College Network) and all students who successfully complete the course will be provided with a certificate from the NOCN.
Module 1: Introducing the Vidya Programme and its purpose
Module 2: Hindu Philosophy: How we Self-Realise and Why we Self-Realise
Module 3: Understanding Puja
Module 4: Meditation and the Mind
Module 5: Divine Senses: What are they and how to use them to help others
Module 6: Satgurus & Vasanas
Module 7: The Four Yogas and Four Yogic Practices
Module 8: Hindu Scriptures and How to study them
Learning Manuals x 2 £10
RAP Guided Visualisation Book £7
Svetasvatara Meditation Book £5
Teaching £50 (One Day Workshop) / £140 (Personal Tuition via online study)
NOCN Certification £20
Total £90/ £180*
*concessions are available.
Completion of this course entitles students to enrol on our teacher training programme, for those who would like to teach the course to others and in their own learning environments.
For further information please call 01706 601 644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org