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3 Day Intensive, Saraburi, Thailand, 02-04 October 2015
: Neema Majmudar & Surya Tahora
: 02-04 October 2015
: Baan Suchada Resort, Saraburi, Thailand
: Chapter II of Bhagavad Gita, Selected verses on “Sthita prajna, the wise person”
In replying to Arjuna’s questions on who is a sthita prajna, a person who is endowed with a clear and well assimilated knowledge, Lord Krishna describes the qualities of the wise person and the realities of life he/she is alive to.
The description of a sthita prajna unfolded by the Gita, gives us insights into the wisdom, attitude and qualities we need to cultivate to grow as a human being and discover our essential nature.

Along with meditations and meditative movements in the morning.

Comments of participants :

(1) Wish I could find the words to convey adequately now grateful we are to you and Surya!! You both are surely living the knowledge you have acquired. We are truly touched by the way you two have shown care and love during the retreat. As an appreciation for all your efforts, we can only attempt to do our best to live by the knowledge you have imparted to us.
Nita T., Mumbai

(2) Neema you are an amazing person. We are blessed to have you in our lives. Thank you for imparting to us a wonderful vision of Vedanta.
Faye K., Dubai

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