What is the value of the course?

In general, your worldview will become more holistic

You get to know the world’s religions better

You will understand what is the difference between them and what is the similarity

Our course will be valuable for you if you want to:

  • discover the essence of religion, not just mindlessly follow the rituals.
  • understand why different nations had different prophets; understand their teachings and understand why the practices of worshipping God are different.
  • learn the answers to many questions, for instance:

– where was Jesus Christ from the age of 13 to 33 and from whom did he learn?
– why do Buddhists meditate on emptiness?
– what treasures are hidden in the Quran?
– why do the Vaishnavas worship Krishna?
– where is the unity in all religions and what is the difference between them?
– what is the purpose of human life and how does religion help?

General course structure

This course consists of 3 blocks:

Overview of Vedic Culture

A lecture series dedicated to an introduction to the Vedic tradition

The human code

The series is dedicated to the “New Age Concept” developed by Enver Ismailov, a scholar and renowned spiritual leader

An Overview of World Religions

A series in which we examine religions such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hindu religions, Confucianism, Taoism, Yoruba religion, as well as atheism.

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Thematic content of the course

Overview of Vedic Culture*

What are the Vedas? Basic concepts and terminology
Madhava acharya triangle
Arrangement of spiritual and material space
Divine energies
Pyramid of eternity
Subtle structure of human (detailed consideration)
Reincarnation
Spiritual and material time
Time cycles: Atlantis, Hyperborea, Lanka
What is the real calendar?
Classification of Vedic Literature

The human code

Understanding human nature, reconnecting the outer human with the inner human
Understanding the nature of conflict and understanding how to resolve it objectively
Seeing the true causes of geo-conflicts
Reflecting the essence of the basic spiritual teachings of the world in relation to modern science
Realistic ways to revitalise ethnic groups and preserve their identities
Ergonomic engagement

An Overview of World Religions

General Patterns of Religious Studies

9 world religions, within each we will consider the following points:

INTRODUCTION
HISTORY
ORIGINS
ESOTERIC COMPONENT
PHILOSOPHY
EXOTERIC COMPONENT
RITUALS

* What is Vedic Culture?

The word CULTURE (Latin “cult” – for cultivation, praise, worship) Cult of Ra – the praise of Ra, the praise of Truth, the praise of God.
Only nowadays God and Truth often become something that by definition cannot even come close to that concept. But anyway, culture is an indicator of a certain development of a society, “In Truth it is said, Where your treasure is, there your heart is”. It is our values that determine our level of development.

How does the course work?

STUDY ONLINE FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD WITH JUST YOUR PHONE, TABLET OR COMPUTER.

Lectures are Saturdays at 6am at ZOOM. Instructions for using ZOOM are here

YOU WON’T MISS A THING

The lectures will be posted on YouTube 

ONLINE SUPPORT

You will have online support, a group for discussing your lessons on Telegram. Join us

EXPERT GUIDANCEО

Group communication is guided by a mentor

ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE IS WELCOME

The course is run on a charitable basis, you can donate as much as your heart desires

EXPLORE WITH US

This is the first time the course has been run and our journey is expected to last 2 years

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Course presenter

Sergey Kurdyumov

Founder and mastermind of Vigraha school of predictive disciplines. He is a category 1 surgeon by training, with over 20 years’ experience.

Specialist in modern and ancient medicine, Ayurveda, psychosomatics, Eastern and Western astrology, numerology, chiromancy, physiognomy. He lectures on family relations, conflictology, healthy lifestyle, life and death, spirituality and public speaking. He is keen on the interpretation of fairy tales as well as history.

He positively talks about complicated topics with just the right amount of humour.

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