Hinduism and Eastern Philosophy

What is Hinduism? How does Eastern philosophy differ from Western? Maharani Rutan is here to tell us the basics. It is an enlightening discussion.


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Hinduism Part 1 – Concepts of God and Beliefs

Program Guide

1. The Vedas

  • The Gitas – Scriptures from God
  • Teach us to let go of our Egos and create better Moksha
  • Vedic means living life following the Gitas

2. The Ego

  • To be humble, we need to move away from our egos
  • Karma – Choices we make from our egos
  • Dharma – life’s lessons

3. Karma

  • Challenge is how we handle our situations

4. God

  • Does not have a face, but there is one single intelligence
  • God has sent Avatars to help us through our lives

5. The Avatars

  • Includes Sun and Moon, Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Buddha

6. Pujas

  • Like prayers
  • Verbal connection to God

7. Yoga

  • Physical connection to God
  • Positions refer to nature

8. Moksha

  • The Soul
  • Must be humble to understand our Soul

9. Four Beliefs

  • Moksha
  • Dharma – How we talk to life
  • Karma – How we live our lives
  • Yoga – Nonverbal conversation

10. Hinduism

  • Way of life not religion
  • God is the Hindu’s psychiatrist
  • How to be like God, so you can have a one on one experience with God

11. The Gita – The Vedas

  • Which Gitas to purchase

12. Mantras

  • “Hum” with God
  • God does not speak in language, but in sound

13. Namaste

  • Blessed be
  • A form of respect

14. Hindu Beliefs

  • Everyone must be respected
  • Be humble
  • Speak the truth
  • Unconditional love
  • Forgiveness
  • Work hard

15. Vedic Astrology

  • Forecasts which years things will happen in our charts
  • Shows what our Dharmas are and how to prevent them

16. How we can include Hinduism in our lives

  • Can practice your own religion
  • Read the Gita
  • Practice the Gita
  • Be religious and spiritual within your own God
  • Learn to meditate – be with God
  • Learn Yoga at a temple
  • Go to temple every now and then. No set days for worship.
  • Take 15 minutes with God every day
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