Wisdom of the Heart
This weekend course will introduce the spirit and practices of yogic meditation for awakening the joy and wisdom of the heart.
The practices are very simple, yet profound and radical. They heal the heart and transforms negative emotions such as fear and resentment into friendliness and free flowing love. This transformation touches the fullness of the individual: body, mind, heart and spirit. Through these practices we not only live more fully, but we also relate to others in a more caring and loving way. This has positive repercussions on the whole planet.
Love and compassion are innate in each and everyone. They only need to be given the opportunity to express. In fact, Existence itself is deeply, tenderly inter-connected. Life is wisdom and clarity. It is only our life style that obscures these natural heart qualities: the make up of our personality, the need to protect ourselves and the need to impose ourselves in society. We forget our true nature and identify ourselves with separation, hurt and struggle.
The practices which we cover over this weekend are a reminder. They will help us to reconnect with what we are and to gradually clean the dust that covers our inner, pristine, diamond-like and true nature.
Through these practices, the lotus flower within the heart unfolds. It grows, opens and blossoms, revealing peace and fulfilment.
The emphasis of this weekend retreat is on personal experience and inner silence.
Rajesh received his yoga teaching diploma from The Yoga Institute, Mumbai, India. He is a composer and singer, trained in Indian classical music. As a professional singer he was an A- grade artist for All India Radio & Television.
He was a resident of Mandala Yoga Ashram in Wales for four years, from 2001 to 2005, during which time he conducted kirtan and chanting sessions, gave concerts and conducted regular Nada Yoga courses. His Nada Yoga course together with two others, “An Introduction to the Mandukya Upanishad” and “An Introduction to Adi Shankaracharya’s Bhaja Govindam” are all recognized as IST by the BWY.
He has been teaching these courses in UK and abroad for several years.
He is also currently teaching with Swami Nishchalananda on a one year course of Kriya Yoga at the Mandala Yoga Ashram.
His many CDs include collections of devotional music, such as “The Music of AUM: The Mandukya Upanishad” and “Kabir: Mystic Poems”, and practice CDs, such as “Nadopasana”, for practitioners of Nada Yoga.
- Saturday: 9:30 am to 5:45 pm (reception opens 9 am)
- Sunday: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Cost of the course (in Euros)
- + €10 compulsory annual membership fee
Wish to attend?
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