Hymn of divine enjoyment – bhāgya sūktam
November 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm€110
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From the 7th Maṇḍala of the Ṛg Veda dedicated entirely to the mantras of Ṛṣi Vaṣiṣṭha, Bhāgya Sūktam is a morning mantra also known as prātaḥ sūktam or morning hymn.
Let us call Bhaga, who is strong and victorious, powered by all that is true, right and good to come and displace ignorance and all falsehood in us. Bhaga has a wealth of Truth, come and manifest for us the knowledge and energy for this Truth. May the dawn bring to us Bhaga.
This Ṛg veda mantra features the famous words Bhagavān and Bhagavantaḥ, used to signify the supreme person in later times, especially in the Bhakti literature.
Through 5 classes, we will systematically learn to recite this mantra, word by word, with complete breakdown of the Vedic phonetics and deeper meaning for contemplation.
Dates & Syllabus:
12 Nov – Mantras 1 & 2, meaning & a special discussion on the inclusion of this mantra in the Brāhmaṇa literature.
19 Nov – Mantras 3 & 4 ; meaning
26 Nov – Mantras 5 & 6 ; meaning
3 Dec – Mantras 7 & 8; meaning
10 Dec – Full mantra practice & meaning summary
Course fee: 110EUR
110EUR for full course including lifetime access to online support platform which will help you with recordings of the mantras for practice in between classes and for future reference and practice. The online platform will also have key words and meaning and all the Vedic phonetic rules you will need to remember for correct recitation.
You can also sign up for an online-only study due to the timings or your work commitments or not being in Brussels! Sign up for the course and send me an email (SanskritBelgium@gmail.com) that you will study online-only. If you have other questions, email me!
BTW/TVA #: BE 0833.200.801