T.K. Sribhashyam

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Guests of Honour 2017: T.K. Sribhashyam

T.K. Sribhashyam


T.K. Sribhashyam born in Mysore (South India in 1940) is the third son of Sri T. Krishnamacharya. From an early age, he receives from his father, the science of Yoga, Indian medicine and Indian philosophy. In 1956, he starts teaching Indian philosophy and practises consultations in Ayurveda under his father’s guidance. From 1970, he continues promoting his teaching in Europe, in French as well as in English. In 1999, he receives the title of Master in philosophy, decreed by the Institute of the Higher Studies of Sanskrit of Mysore. In 1982, he opens in Switzerland the Yogakshemam, Yoga Teachers’ Training School and later also in France and Belgium. In 2011, Yogakshemam, France publishes his book “Émergence du Yoga”; translated in Italian, German, Spanish, English and Greek. 2011-2012, DKPrintworld, India, publishes his three books “Mokṣa Mārga”, “Bhakti” and “Śaraṇāgati Yoga”, co-authored by his elder sister Srīmati T. Alamelu. Different Yoga Federations and Yoga Training Schools in Europe, including European Union of Yoga invite him often to give lectures and workshops. He writes many articles for their magazines. He holds Masters in Management and in Indian Philosophy from Madras University. T.K. Sribhashyam belongs to the of Vishishta Advaita tradition, one of the branches of Vedânta. Philosophical knowledge has been handed down from father to son in the family of T.K. Sribhashyam without interruption since the time of Sri Nâtha Muni. Like his father before him, T.K. Sribhashyam has never wavered from the traditional teaching that has been initiated to him. Furthermore, he has succeeded in maintaining it in a Western context.

 

 

Workshop:                    Main Morning Lecture/Conférence principale du matin  10.00-12.00

Location:                         Forum

Language:                       English on monday and tuesday

                                         Français le mercredi et jeudi

 

Description:

Monday:                          « Kleśa, their origin and the means to reduce their consequences »

Tuesday:                         « Technique of Dhyāna, introduction of some of the dhyāna concepts from Pātañjala Yoga Sutra and practice of Dhyāna » 

Wednesday:                « Kleśa, son origine et les moyens d’atténuer leurs consequences »

Thursday:                      « Technique de Dhyāna, introduction de quelques concepts de Dhyāna, tirés de

Pātañjala Yoga Sutra et pratique de Dhyāna »