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Swami Veda Bharati Lecture August 5, 2010

Filed under: Complementary Therapies,Healthy Mind,Spiritual Wellness — aprasek @ 4:46 pm

I attended Swami Veda Bharati’s lecture last night at the U of MN (pic above is of Swami Veda… and me getting dragged up on stage). The lecture was fantastic. I wish I could have filmed it to share with you all.

Ahh, but no worries, Swami Veda has a YouTube Channel! Check out a lecture he did about 3 years ago at the U of MN.

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9 Responses to “Swami Veda Bharati Lecture”

  1. lee Says:

    love the peace 2 vid! I had never heard of this guy, now I wanna check out 1 of his books… Any recs? Btw Aimee, you are everywhere! How do you find time to do all that you do??!!

  2. Joanne Sullivan Says:

    One of my absolute favorites is Swami Veda’s book Mahabharata: Bhishma. It is a slim paperback that I find profoundly inspiring and practical. Here is the link where you can buy it:

    http://www.swamiveda.org/html/book_store_4.php

    Peace,
    Joanne

  3. lee Says:

    Agreed Joanne! Love that book & his “God” book.

  4. Michael Says:

    Hi Lee,

    Swami Veda’s THE PHILOSOPHY OF HATHA YOGA is a fantastic book. SONG OF SILENCE: SUBTLETIES IN SADHANA is another one I like a lot.

    Beautiful poetry in LIGHT OF TEN THOUSAND SUNS.

    His new book HUMAN URGE FOR PEACE provides the only answer I can think of for bringing about world peace and harmony with the environment.

    He has written quite a bit more than this, also.

    Wishing you the best,

    Michael

  5. Aimee Says:

    Alright, I’ve got to add some books to my reading list! Thanks for all the awesome book recs everybody!

    Really intrigued about the Human Urge for Peace… sounds fascinating…

  6. lee Says:

    wow thanks Michael! Ok Aimee, I think we should start a book club… 🙂

  7. Lori Says:

    Hey Aimee, I had to leave the lecture early to see my daughter. Sorry I missed seeing you on stage!

  8. Patricia Says:

    If you are a student of the Yoga Sutras Swami Veda’s translations are a must-have. Philosophy of Hatha Yoga is a must-have for all hatha yoga practitioners who think yoga is just exercise.

  9. Aimee Says:

    Patricia,

    Yes, I’ve heard that both of those books are fantastic. I think it’s interesting how many people think yoga is: 1) just a sit and reach stretching session or 2) a religion

    I finally left my church after having one of the up-highers tell me that I was creating a “devils playground” in the minds of those who came to my yoga classes. Wow.


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