Language of the Gods
A six week introductory seminar
with Sri Acharyaji
Begins July 10th, 2011
For the very first time in Omaha, a course is being offered that covers an introduction to the spiritual language of Sanskrit. The course will be taught by the renowned Sanskrit scholar and Yoga Dharma master Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya.
Sanskrit is the world’s most ancient, most logically structured, and beautiful language. It is a language with one of the most extensive literary traditions known to world culture. Sanskrit is the basis of all classical languages, such as Latin and Greek. Most importantly, Sanskrit is known to be the world’s foremost spiritual language. It is the language of Yoga, of meditation, of Hinduism, and of Dharma. Sanskrit is a language that has been specially designed by its creators to most perfectly convey the myriad of subtle sounds, vibrational frequencies and sonic sequences necessary to the proper use of mantras.
- Sanskrit made simple!
- Explore spiritual meanings behind the language of Yoga
- Pronounce Mantras Correctly
- Practice at home with audio provided
This interactive class is designed as a basic introduction to spiritual Sanskrit. Previous knowledge is not necessary. We will cover pronunciation, philosophical and Yoga vocabulary, alphabet and grammar. We will also have you speaking a little Sanskrit!
Seating is limited to 30 people for this popular class and pre-registration is necessary.
There are several scholarships available if you are unemployed and/or a full time student. Register today online below or mail your check to the ISDS Ashram.
The Class Schedule:
Wednesdays: 7pm–8:15pm & Sundays: 1pm–2:30pm
This 6 week course begins July 10th and ends August 7th
Cost: $120, Course materials will be provided
13917 P Street • Omaha, NE 68137
Located in Millard
How to Register:
Registration is complete upon payment
Register online today below or send a check to ISDS.
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