In the Saturday Vedanta Classes we are continuing the study of

Tattvabodhaḥ focuses on the jñāna yoga spiritual discipline, otherwise known as self-inquiry.

The Bhagavad Gītā is a complete and comprehensive textbook because it deals with karma yoga (the yoga of action), upāsana yoga (the yoga of meditation) and jñāna yoga (the yoga of ‘knowledge’).

Tattvabodhaḥ does not deal with karma yoga or upāsana yoga.

It focuses on jñāna yoga alone.

Tattvabodhaḥ is studied because it presents a specific method of self-inquiry. Like many other ‘spiritual’ textbooks, it introduces the student to many of the technical terms required for conducting this self-inquiry.

Any particular field has its own technical terms (in Sanskrit they are called paribhāśa śabdāḥ; in English we say jargon). Just as there are technical terms in medicine, law, science, music and cricket, one requires technical terms for the purpose of self- inquiry. In Tattvabodhaḥ, many of these technical terms are systematically presented and beautifully defined.

Therefore,Tattvabodhaḥ serves two purposes. It gives one the method of inquiry leading to self-knowledge, and lays out some of the technical terms to help the spiritual seeker gain that knowledge.

Śrī Svāmī Paramārthānanda Sarasvatī


Who is sharing knowledge in this module?


Sharada is a devoted and committed student and teacher of Vedanta (non dual teachings) and the Vedic Tradition, Master of Ceremonies & Vedic Chanting as well as the Founder of Be Woman Project. At this present moment, she is undergoing one of the most in depths sex, love & relationship coaching programs. 

From an early age, Sharada was on the quest for Moksha, absolute freedom, which led her to India & Bali, seeking guidance & answers to the fundamental questions of life. 

More than a decade ago, she found her revered teachers in the lineage of Swami Dayananda Saraswati and has since then been living in Bali & India studying the ancient teachings of the Vedas directly with her teachers. In her lineage, the study of the inner child, Jungian Psychology & devotional practices such as rituals is incorporated which also shines through in all her magical offerings. 

Her background in Odissi Dance, a temple dance, Ayurveda, Tantra, the deep dive into ancient rituals, and the secrets of Devi 'the goddess' played a profound role in her own discovery of the sacred feminine; which was also the inspiration to start holding circles for women. 

In the recent years, she has immersed herself deeply into natural fertility awareness, body literacy, sacred womb wisdom, womb yoga, holistic sex education as well as trauma release through breathwork & women’s psychology. 

She is the creatrix of the Be Woman Project that today offers international women's circle facilitator courses that are based in the Vedic Tradition, incorporating a holistic and tantric approach to reclaiming one's own self-worth, a sense of belonging & returning to healthy integrated wellness that deeply honors all beings as sacred.

What is Vaidika Dharma?


 

"The purpose of gaining this self-knowledge,

as pointed out by the scriptures, is that

self-knowledge gives us freedom or Moksha

Purushārthaha – the highest goal called Moksha."

Example Curriculum

  Week One: Course Introduction & Welcome
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  Week Two: Beginning & Offering a Sacred Puja
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  Week Three: Vivekaha
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  Week Four: Meditation & Overview of Sadhana Catushtaya
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  Week Five: Viveka & Vairagya
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  Week Six: Shama and Dama
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  Week Seven: Uparama and Titiksha
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  Week Eight: Shraddha
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  Week Nine: Shraddha Samadhanam
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  Week Ten: Mumuksutvam
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  Week Eleven: Satyammithyaa
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  Week Twelve: Ahamsatyam
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  Week Thirteen: Atma Kah
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  Week Fourteen: Gayatri Mantra
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  Week Fifteen: Atma Kah Prakriyaa
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  Week Sixteen: ātmā kaḥ Knower Known
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  Week Seventeen: ātmā kaḥ - from a Mumukshu to a Jinasu
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  Week Eighteen: Bhati Anubhati
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  Week Nineteen: Atma Kaha Asti Bhati Priyam
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  Week Twenty: Satsang: The Story of Ravana
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  Week Twenty-One: Saccitaanandasvarupa
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  Week Twenty-Two: Sthulashariram Kim
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  Week Twenty-Three: Satsang
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  Week Twenty-Four: Sukshmashariramkim
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  Week Twenty-Five: Jnanendryani
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  Week Twenty-Six: Vairagyam Jnanendriyani
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  Week Twenty-Seven: Summary Pancajnanendryanis
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  Week Twenty-Eight: Sūkṣmaśrīraṁ Kim
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  Week Twenty-Nine: Karanashariram
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  Week Thirty: Kāraṇśarīraṁ Kim?
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  Week Thirty-One: Meditation on Śravaṇam & Tattvabodha: kāraṇśarīraṁ kim continuation?
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  Week Thirty-Two: Nirvikalpakarupam_intro Avasthaatraya
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  Week Thirty-Three: Avasthaatraya
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  Week Thirty-Four: Satsang & NEW MANTRA
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  Week Thirty-Five: Svapna Avasthaa
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  Week Thirty-Six: Sushupti Avasthaa
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  Week Thirty-Seven: Summary
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  Week Thirty-Eight: Anna & Pranamayah Koshah
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  Week Thirty-Nine: Manomaya, Vijnanamaya & Aanandamayah Koshah
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  Week Forty: madīyaṁ śarīraṁ madīyāḥ prāṇāḥ
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  Week Forty-One: āmāyantu Mantraḥ
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  Week Forty-Two: āmāyantu Mantraḥ Unfoldment & Practice
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  Week Forty-Three - Then what am 'I'/ātmā? Non-experiential-limitless-fullness.
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  Week Forty-Four : Beginning the Inquiry into the truth of this creation - that has 24 essential principles
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  Week Forty- Five The Truth of This Whole Universe
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  Week Forty Six - Creation of the Five Elements
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  Week Forty Seven - Vedanta as a means of knowledge & continuation of the creation
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  Week Forty Eight - The Grossification Process
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  Week Forty - Nine: Guided Meditation Nididhyasanam. Oneness between the Individual & The Total
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  Week Fifty - How did this whole Universe come to being? What is the antaḥkaraṇa?
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  Week Fifty - Grace of this teaching - You are that
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  Week Fifty One - Unfoldment of the the Great Sentence "You Are That" & Being Liberated While Living.
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  Week Fifty Two - What does being living liberated mean? The Jiivanmuktaha.
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  Week Fifty Three - Satsang
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  Week Fifty Four - Jivanmuktaha - Intro Karmic Model
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  Week Fifty Five - Resolution of all Karmas
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  Week Fifty Six - Inner Friend Meditation ; Class & Satsang
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Lakshmi to Lakshmi,

Class Contribution


FREE

Donation Based

Tattvabodha

Classes are Dakshina based. 


Dakshina is a donation given to the teacher or learning institution. It is spiritual giving out of fullness where the student gives based on their capacity so that the exchange be complete. 


Pearls of Wisdom proposes different contribution options for Live Vedanta Classes - Tattvabodha Inquiry.


15 EURO per ONE class or

48 EUROS for 4 classes per month or 

paid monthly via PayPal.


https://www.paypal.me/vaidikadharma


Dakshina for this module covers both the live zoom classes and access to the recordings. It will also help to sustain the class & cover different costs like zoom or teachable admin costs.


If your heart is longing to join and you are not in a place to pay this right now, you are so welcome to join. Please come. Can always give later. 


Read more about Dakshina, Spiritual Giving here: https://bit.ly/onspiritualgiving



oṁ hrīṁ śrīṁ paramalakṣymai namaḥ  


May what we give come back to us 1008x in grace


“Give with trust complete in our heart of hearts that giving itself is a gift, and that we receive the priceless spiritual wealth of adrsta-punyam (unseen, priceless grace for spiritual growth) to be spent (through our motive) on gaining moksah (absolute freedom from suffering) through clear selfknowledge.” - Swami Vagishananda Saraswati