First and foremost I would like to emphasize and thank Krishna garu for conducting Medha Jananam classes, which definitely requires lot of effort, time and dedication from him.
Medha Jananam had been a great learning experience with no worries about exams and had the bonus of getting the convocation. It was like a great opportunity placed right in front of me without having to look for it. It is like how a mom serves a kid with a platter of food to eat everyday so that the kid does not have to put any effort.
Medha Jananam teaches you to embrace what you are, by answering some your nagging questions that you would like to throw out of your head. Thus, allowing you to get on with your daily life.
Every class was important and there was something to learn from every class. In this aspect, I am tempted to say that this is like ‘Maha Bharatha’ which encompasses all the important things needed for life but just a smaller version.
I attended the four colors class, went home and told my husband all about my personality and my likes and dislikes in one day and probably I was never so clear in telling him like that ever before.
Through the class you also learn to accept people around you the way they are and without changing yourself. There would always be one person who is very thrilled after a class as if some secret mantra was passed on that day to that person.
I was relieved to learn that lots of people go through a phase where we question GOD and that is was normal. For those who want to know about Medha Jananam, I would say that it is a wonderful mix of several aspects of mythology, spirituality, practical thoughts, religion, and mysteries of life.
After some of the classes I was really surprised that some modern topics like four colors could be covered in Indian Philosophy, just emphasizing its greatness and vastness.