Discovering Authentic Presence & The Art of Self- Love
In this meditation intensive, in addition to the teachings and practices normally found in Level 1, we will explore the theme The Art of Self- Love.
One of the deepest and most challenging issues we face today is learning to love ourselves. Most of us wrestle with self- judgement, self- rejection, and the pain of the inner critic. Often, these tendencies can go unnoticed in us, and we don’t even realize how hard we are being on ourselves.
The practice of sitting meditation invites us to be fully present, open, and receptive to what’s happening both within and around us. We learn to soften and relax with feelings, sensations, and the natural movement of mind. This capacity to relax and just be with ourselves is the first taste of self- love. The more deeply we open to our experience in the present moment the more this self- love can grow.
In addition to the practice of sitting meditation, we will do psycho- spiritual inquiry work where we explore and soften the conditioned patterns that lead us away from intimate self- acceptance.
Practices will include: Sitting and walking meditation, Psycho-Spiritual Inquiry work, Teachings
, Yoga Asanas
On Sunday morning, there will be a yoga class given by Prana Vinyasa Yoga certified teacher Sylvie Coromina Nagaraj.
This weekend meditation intensive is appropriate for students of all levels.
Saturday, May 27 from 11h-19h with break at mid-day for lunch Sunday
Sunday, May 28 from 9h-14h with break at mid- morning for breakfast
PRICE: 108 €
Bogar Nagaraj, creator of the Kriya Vajra Yoga lineage, has been involved in psycho- spiritual work for over 10 years. He is the son of the late Indian Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah, master of Kriya Yoga. His mother and stepfather, Jennifer and John Welwood, are well-known American psychologists and teachers in the psycho-spiritual field.
In addition to his yogic background, Bogar was raised in a Buddhist household. He has been trained in Vajrayana Buddhism by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche and in the Shambhala tradition of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. He holds a Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Psychology from Naropa University, and is a certified shamatha meditation teacher.
Brought up in San Francisco, Bogar has lived more then ten years in India and Europe, and currently resides with his wife in France. As the product of both Indian and Western culture, Bogar has a deep understanding of the struggles Westerners experience on the spiritual path. His aim is to offer an integrated approach that combines the spiritual wisdom and practices of the East with the psychological wisdom of the West.
Please find all information on his website: www.bogarnagaraj.com
Feel free to contact me or directly Bogar (email@example.com) for any questions or registration. The course is taught in english.
Looking forward to seeing you and share this very meaningful experience!
0171 643 1792