Dru Bhagavad Gita Online Course - Student info & FAQ's
Each month, you'll be emailed your course material as a pdf attachment.
Your email will contain links to pages on our website where you can:
- Download the course material, both in screen and print resolution
We're here to help
If you have any questions or problems with your course material, please get in touch with us straight away! We'll do our best to help you as soon as possible. You can email us, or phone our offices in Australia or the UK:
Australia: +61 (0)2 6161 1462
UK +44 (0)1248 602900
When will my emails arrive?
If you have just paid for the course, please allow us one to three working days to log you in to the various systems that will deliver your course to you. Please also check the information below, to ensure that your anti-spam settings will allow emails from us to reach you.
Your course manuals will be emailed to you every 30 days... so the date on which you receive them will change slightly from month to month.
Viewing your course material
Your course material will be emailed to you each month as an attached file in pdf format, the same as most e-books.
Please click on the attachment and save it onto your computer. We suggest you make a special 'Dru Gita' folder for them so you can refer to them all easily.
Receiving your course material emails
You will be receiving your course emails from us at email@example.com. Please make sure that your anti-spam settings allow us through.
Take your time
Your Dru Bhagavad Gita online self mastery course invites you to spend 10-20 minutes about 3 or 4 times a week. There are 1440 minutes in a day; surely it is worth spending a few of them on yourself!
Still, there will no-doubt be days when you can't quite get to your meditation.
And there will also be times when you want to take longer than our course suggests in order to really get to know the meditations you are learning.
So, we encourage you to take your time. Don't worry if you need several weeks to complete the material we give you in a week. Go for it, and go at your own pace. As we said above, the discovery of who you really are should be fun.