Bhagavad Gita Study
Fee per term
- The course is free for those enrolled in a Philosophy class.
- The charge for others will be £50 for the term.
How it works
A tutor presents material, and leads a discussion based on what arises. Being practical rather than academic, the emphasis is on personal knowledge. Students are encouraged neither to accept nor reject the ideas put forward, but to test them in practice for themselves, in the light of their own experience.
Frequently asked questions about our courses
The course is practical in the sense that it takes philosophical ideas and shows how they can be of direct use in our everyday lives. The intention is to stimulate enquiry and through this expand the way we look at the world and ourselves.
Online or by calling 01628 947 848.
If you register online, you will receive a confirmation email with your day of attendance. If you register by any means other than online, you will receive a receipt confirming your registration.
Yes, we have a local venue at High Wycombe HP11 1BJ. There are also many other local venues in other parts of the UK where you can attend the course face-to-face.
No, all you need is an open and enquiring mind. The course is intended for everyone, regardless of education, occupation, race, political or religious belief.
Face-to-face meetings will be held safely following all the latest Health & Safety guidelines for your complete peace of mind.
First you need to enrol on a course. The in-person courses are available in High Wycombe and at many other local venues up and down the UK. A local High Wycombe map can be found on this page.
What some of our students say...
Local face-to-face evening courses available at a choice of locations.
Peace of Mind
Following all Health & Safety guidelines for your complete peace of mind.
Courses in practical wisdom for everyday living. Meet with like minded individuals.