Oneness Awakening Course New York City, July 10-11, 2010
The New Oneness Awakening Course is an experiential based journey, designed to radically propel participants into higher states of consciousness. Through Oneness Blessings (transfers of energy which fuel the process of awakening), Universal teachings, Asanas (ancient practices for the body), Samskarashuddi (process to remove negative patterns), and powerful meditations, a doorway for growth and healing on all levels will open. The weekend will culminate with the Mukthi Deeksha (a special and specfic blessing for Awakening) which will shift perception to one of Connectedness and Oneness, as well as initiate the receiver as a Oneness Blessing Giver! Participants will then be able to share the Oneness blessing in their respective way with their loved ones and communities. Oneness embraces all walks of life, and is simply a powerful tool to deepen one?s connection and experience of one?s personal faith. Workshop will be guided by Certified Oneness Trainers: Catherine & Elizabeth Scherwenka & along with offerings from other members of our community!
Date: July 10-11, Sat & Sun 9am-6pm Location: Tact Theatre, 900 Broadway Suite 905 NY, NY 10003 Cost: Early registration $195 (before June26) $215 thereafter ?Youth 18-25 & Student $125 To register contact: Elizabeth [address removed][masked] Limited Space Available!! ?Life is what you make of it, a school, a battlefield, or a playground? Sri Bhagavan
Diksha (aka Oneness Blessing) initiates a gradual neurobiological shift in the brain that when complete enables the senses to be free from the interference of the mind. When the senses are unclouded by the mind’s interpretations, a natural clarity of perception occurs with accompanying spontaneous feelings of joy, inner calmness and connection.
Diksha works by awakening Kundalini, a latent spiritual energy located at the base of the spine. This creates a gradual shift in consciousness, balancing the body’s natural healing energies and attuning the brain to higher levels of awareness. It helps quiet the overactive thinking centers of the brain, mainly in the parietal lobes and stimulates the underactive frontal lobes.
Diksha neither requires practicing a particular way of living nor is an initiation into following a new path. It does not bind one to any philosophy or ideology. It is not a concept, nor a religion, nor does it promulgate any required beliefs. Each recipient brings to the experience their own concepts of the Ultimate, be they religious, scientific, profane or divine.”