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KROTONA INSTITUTE – Cultivating Discernment: Lessons from the Mahabharata

Lisa Love

Cultivating Discernment:  Lessons from the Mahabharata

October 18 – 20
Friday 7:30 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 – noon, 2 – 4 pm,
Sunday 10 – noon

One of the greatest literary works in human history is the Mahabharata – the classic story about two warring households, the Kurus and the Pandavas. Many people are aware of a portion of this tale, known as the Bhagavad Gita, where lessons of how to contact our higher nature are given. But few dig deeper into the overall story that shows in masterful ways how we can progressively become blinded by, identified with, and deceived by our lower natures (the Kurus) and our Ego (symbolized by the character known as Bhisma). In each session we will first view important episodes of the familiar exoteric version of the drama.  Then drawing from insights from Paramahansa Yogananda, we will “lift the veil” into the more esoteric meaning of the story, taking time to reflect on our own “Kuru” and “Bhisma” tendencies. These can prevent us from entering the battlefield of life wisely, listening to and being guided by our Krishna, Christ, and Buddhic consciousness.

Series $50, Single Session $15

Lisa Love is a counselor with degrees in Marriage, Family Therapy, Transpersonal Psychology, and Esoteric Psychology.  She also has training in Psychosynthesis and Integral Psychology.  She has worked for decades to help advance people’s understanding of who they are as spiritual beings.  She has authored five books on meditation, love, and relationships.  Her best-seller, Beyond the Secret, takes a more spiritual look at the Law of Attraction.