Explore the deeper meanings hidden within the ancient Vedic texts, & discover how relevant they are in your own life today.

If you are inspired to take part in online sessions to study and discuss (either privately or in a group) any of the Vedic texts listed below, please contact me to arrange accordingly.

Please note, these sessions also allow you the freedom to ask any personal questions that may be inspired by the text, or that you are already holding in your head or heart.

If you wish to create your own group, again that is possible, please contact me to let me know what you would like to arrange.

The Bhagavad Gita

Authored by Sage Vyaas, the message given in the Bhagavad Gita is primarily presented as a dialogue between Lord Krishna and his disciple Arjun. The story set on a battlefield is a metaphor exposing the internal war every human being experiences in his own headspace, as well as highlighting the highest potential of awareness a human being can come to realise. Every character in The Bhagavad Gita represents a different aspect of human consciousness and through understanding the real meaning of the guidance and direction Lord Krishna gave to Arjun , a human being is able to understand how he too can live with full awareness, and be liberated from all fear and grief. 

The Principle Upanishads

The Upanishads are some of the most ancient texts of wisdom known to humanity. The knowledge conveyed within them, came directly to the sages in their meditations and was passed down for centuries through the oral tradition before the first manuscripts were recorded on dried palm leaves. The secret to understanding The Upanishads lies in meditation, as meditation reveals truths that are beyond the comprehension of the mind and intellect.

Avadhoot Gita

Thought to have been composed by Sage Dattatreya , the Avadhoot Gita is a beautifully poetic description of ones true liberated nature of being, totally free from any sense of lack, or separation from Self.

Narad Bhakti Sutras 

These sutras provide exquisite descriptions of the nature and meaning of true love, and how one should understand and attain true devotion. 

Ashtaawakr Gita

Also known as The Songs of Ashtaawakr, this scripture conveys the dialogue between Sage Ashtaawakr and King Janak. Sage Ashtaawakr continually guides King Janak to a greatest depth of knowledge and awareness, until he is totally liberated from any sense of individuality or smallness. 

Patanjali Yog Sutras 

The Yog Sutras of Patanjali were revived by Swami Vivekananda at the end of the 19th century, with the intention that they should be presented in an acceptable and relatable to a western audience. Essentially The Yog Sutras describe the eight elements of yoga required to be mastered in order for one to attain samadhi –  a state of total union with the divine. 

Vivek Chudamani 

The original text of Vivek Chudamani also knows as The Crest Jewel of Discrimination or Light Of Knowledge is attributed to Adi Shankaracharya. It provides a detailed (Advaita Vedantic) description of how the human being has been designed on every level, and how one can work with their awareness to use every aspect of the design to raise ones awareness from experiencing life as a limited individual to living the highest consciousness – the Light Of Knowledge itself…

Yog Vashishth

Presented as a dialogue between Sage Vashishth and his disciple Ram, this beautiful scripture is filled with stories and analogies bursting at the seem with both obvious and less obvious hidden gems of wisdom. In turn Sage Vashishth guidance allows Ram’s deepest wish to be totally liberated from any kind of human fear or limitation at all to be fulfilled. 

Please contact me for further details regarding which study groups are already up and running, or to discuss how I can best accommodate what you are hoping to participate in.