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Conscious Disassociation for Inner Peace

Indian spiritual wisdom for mental self-care
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 30m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

•Learn the essence of Indian spirituality through this one-of-a-kind short course.
•The videos are bite-sized and free of jargons.
•The short quizzes after each lesson help you remember the learnings.
•Conscious disassociation might be a new terminology, but its concept and practice are certainly not. Indian spiritual teachers since time immemorial have emphasised its practice to keep the mind calm.
•The aim of this course is to help you understand your life purpose, as taught in the Indian spiritual tradition.
•The instructor is a native Indian and a spiritual being.
•Spiritual experience is common to people of all faiths.
•Irreligious people too would benefit from this course by gaining insight into the spiritual methodology in cultivating a peaceful mind.
•Spirituality can be understood as the realisation of oneness. This course will help you with learning the concepts of spirituality. Realising oneness, though, is a matter of faith.
•You don’t need any special knowledge to take up this course. Everything is explained in a lucid manner.
•This course is a unique attempt to take the Indian spiritual wisdom to the English-speaking world.
•If you find the course enlightening, kindly share it with your loved ones.
•Do not forget to leave your review and rating after completing the course.

You will learn

✓ Emotional independence
✓ Life purpose
✓ Self-awareness
✓ Emotional stability

Requirements

• An open mind.

This course is for

• Those struggling to find the meaning of life.
Life purpose educator
The human mind can be satisfied only by that which is permanent. As a native Indian, I have been inspired by the philosophy of Tat Tvam Asi, which means you are that. You are permanent, but you have not realised it. I am here to help you with the realisation.
Platform: Udemy
Video: 30m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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