Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Welcome To This Course (2.30 mins)

    • Course Introduction (3.03 mins)

    • Course Overview (4.54 mins)

  • 2

    Chapter 1 - Your Essence

    • Lesson 1 - Are You Essentially a Collection of Chemicals? (7.14 mins)

    • Lesson 2 - The Material Body Is Temporary (9.58 mins)

    • Lesson 3 - Are You The Mind? (12.25 mins)

    • Lesson 4 - Are You The Intelligence? (4.56 mins)

    • Lesson 5 - Do You Actually Exist? (5.20 mins)

    • Lesson 6 - He's Gone! (13.42 mins)

    • Lesson 7 - Matter And Life (6.07 mins)

    • Lesson 8 - The Nature Of The Soul

    • Feedback Form - Chapter 1

  • 3

    Chapter 2 - Your Position

    • Chapter 2 Footnote (0.58 mins)

    • Lesson 9 - Dear Friend, You Are Not The Supreme Soul (1.22 mins)

    • Lesson 10 - Birth, Disease, Old Age, and Death (13.20 mins)

    • Lesson 11 - The Three Modes of Material Nature (17.06 mins)

    • Lesson 12 - The Three Sources of Distress (10.36 mins)

    • Lesson 13 - Summary of Chapter 2 (7.19 mins)

    • Feedback Form - Chapter 2

  • 4

    Chapter 3 - The Source of Happiness

    • Chapter 3 - Introduction (6.24 mins)

    • Lesson 14 - Gotta Serve Somebody (13.25 mins)

    • Lesson 15 - Our Happiness Lays in a Loving Relationship with The Supremely Lovable (5.06 mins)

    • Lesson 16 - Finding Perfect Love (5.14 mins)

    • Lesson 17 - Finding Perfect Love - The Easy Process of Bhakti Yoga (1.11 mins plus extra video)

    • Lesson 18 - Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and The Bhakti Movement Part 1 (16.18 mins)

    • Lesson 19 - Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and The Bhakti Movement Part 2 (1.15 mins plus extra video)

    • Lesson 20 - Different World Views - Can They be Applied in Our Life? (12.46 mins)

    • Lesson 21 - Course Conclusion (18.56 mins)

    • Feedback Form - Chapter 3

Instructor

Instructor

Deborah Price aka Devaki Nandana dasi

Deborah’s teaching journey began in Australia in 1979 with homeschooling her children, and by the mid 1980’s she taught philosophy courses and classes at the Sydney Meditation Centre, as well as a weekly radio show. In the late 1990’s she attended the University of New England and wrote a thesis on Comparative Religions. Now teaching online, Deborah sees this as an exciting opportunity to communicate with students worldwide.