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Yoga for the Mind Raja Yoga is the process of rediscovering, using and enjoying the positive qualities already latent within, and expressing them in interactions with others. It reveals the secrets of consciousness and treasures of the soul. It explores the link with the divine and creates awareness of where we are right now. It brings to light our connectedness to all things, and shows how unity can be created with a greater understanding and a change of heart and mind. This is a ONE day course. Tea and coffee will be provided - please bring your own vegetarian lunch in keeping with the ethos of the day. All our talks, courses and workshops are offered free of charge - voluntary contributions are gratefully accepted.
“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” – Lao Tzu Is your mind so full of the past that it’s hard to see your way forward? Is the future so daunting that you feel tired just thinking about it? Does making your way through the maze of possibilities take away your happiness? If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’, then it’s time for a mental clear out. Facilitator ~ Masana De Souza Masana passionately believes that we can be the change that we want in the world and transmits this enthusiastically as a professional counsellor, coach and facilitator. She has a rich experience of many years on her own spiritual path of self-discovery. Beechwood Hall is set in the South Downs National Park in Cooksbridge, near Lewes, just 10 miles from the centre of Brighton (click the Google map link below for further directions). Parking is free. If you would like (or can offer) a lift, then please contact us and we will see what we can do. Tea and coffee will be provided - please bring your own vegetarian lunch in keeping with the ethos of the day. All our talks, courses and workshops are offered free of charge - voluntary contributions are gratefully accepted.
If it’s not your loved ones, health or work, then it’s the future or other issues of the day you’re thinking too much about. It seems that there’s always something to worry about. But does worry serve any purpose? Worrying gives your mind something to do, but it gets you nowhere! It’s a waste of time and energy! If you’re a highly worried person or even the occasional worrier, it’s time to worry less. It’s time to think less and live more. We offer all our events free of charge, voluntary contributions gratefully accepted.