Living the Teachings of the Bhagavad Gita

Eduardo Gramaglia and Marcela Pardella

November 28 – December 1
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – noon PST
Onsite and Zoom

In the Bhagavad Gita we find a symbolic though accurate description of that spiritual path that takes us back to the Source. The narrative is a dialogue between Arjuna, the struggling disciple, and the God Krishna, a symbol of the soul. When a monumental battle is about to begin, a most unusual situation takes place: as tension builds between the two armies, Krishna in the middle of the battlefield, gives Arjuna the most sacred teachings. These teachings become the Bhagavad Gita, or “The Song of the Lord, Krishna”. Its symbolic language is universal, not limited to a certain time or culture. In the ancient Gita, modern aspirants may discover clues to their own path forward today.
Single session $15 Series $50

Eduardo Javier Gramaglia holds a degree in Classical Philology from the National University, Argentina, where he currently teaches Ancient Religion and Myth as well as Sanskrit and literature. He joined the Theosophical Society in 2004 and has presented in both English and Spanish on a wide range of theosophical subjects. His main area of research is the late Hellenistic tradition, particularly its hermetic texts on Mystery traditions and astrology. He published “Hermetic Astrology” in 2006, the first book in Spanish on the ancient astrological traditions, and authored two English translations of ancient Greek astrological manuals as well as many articles on the subject.

Marcela Pardella has been a member of the Theosophical Society in Argentina since 2010. A native of Buenos Aires, Marcela is an active member at the TS Argentinian headquarters, carrying out various administrative activities as well as giving public lectures and workshops. Since 2019, Marcela has been the coordinator for a new branch called Virya which survived the pandemic and steadfastly continues today. She holds a degree in Human Resource Administration and teaches English as a second language.