William James, the father of American Psychology, quipped – “The plain fact remains that men the world over possess amounts of resource, which only very exceptional individuals push to their extremes of use.”
One fails to realize one’s full potential when one lacks the will to pursue one’s goal. This has been the story of human civilization since the dawn of creation. Even Lord Krishna had to implore the warrior Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra: “Rise and fight!”
What exactly are the components of that ‘art of perseverance’ that allows one to be the best one can be? The answer to this question has been sought by modern psychology for decades. Likewise, the ancient Vedic patriarchs had probed for a satisfactory answer for millennia.
In this interactive workshop ‘The Art of Perseverance’ we shall explore both the ancient and modern streams of thought to develop a plan of action that will make us grittier.
A brief intro of the instructor
A premier institute – the IIT – groomed me into a technocrat. Perhaps they expected me to dive into some sort of cutting-edge research. But providence edged me out of mainstream science, and I found myself digging into books of the ancient Indians, the Vedas.
So far I have spent 15 years in the monastery. Now as a Vedic Thinker, I share ideas that can help people improve the quality of their lives, and with my background in science and technology, I present the Vedas in a scientific light. More importantly, I make Vedic knowledge actionable. Here’s a sample for you:
– Gopinath Chandra Das
Where will the workshop be held?
7, KM Munshi Rd, Babulnath, Chowpatty, Girgaon, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400007
When will the workshop be held?
15th September, Sunday, 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm (there will be a 30 mins break in between)
(Dinner will be served out after the workshop.)
If you have any queries,
Contact us at 9619887873 or drop a message on this link: http://www.thesacredconnect.com/contact-us
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