Online seminars from Satyanandashram with Swami Kevalyananda (Antar Mouna) and  Sannyasin Jyoti Sagar (Ajapa Japa)

Language of the seminar: English

Dates: 

  • Antar Mouna, part 2, Saturday 20 March 2021, 11:00-14:30
  • Ajapa Japa, part 2, Saturday 8 May, 11:00-14:30

Meditation practices are an excellent method of managing the complexes, phobias, and conflicts which are hidden in the usually inaccessible recesses of the unconscious part of the mind.

Many effective techniques have been developed by the  Satyananda System of Yoga from the ancient scriptures apart from asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha. These include practices of pratyahara (to quieten the mind), dharana (concentration) and dhyana (meditation). All these techniques have various levels and stages of practice.

The purpose of this seminar is to introduce practitioners to a series of meditation techniques from the Tantras for them to experience so that they can then choose what they would like to pursue further.

Antar Mouna: deals with the activities of the conscious mind. In Antar Mouna there is awareness of the thoughts and mental activity. The technique involves observing, transforming and finally gaining control over the thought processes, through first withdrawing the senses from the outer world.

Ajapa Japa: is a mantra repetition practice with breath awareness in the psychic passages. The mantra may be the personal mantra given by a guru or the universal mantra of the breath – So Ham whose spontaneous repetition is the core of Ajapa Japa. The technique also helps one withdraw the senses and awakens self-awareness as well as removing the impurities of the mind. It is a complete method of mental training.

The program includes both theory and practice:

  1. Theory
  2. Asana-Pranayama
  3. The Meditation Technique
  4. Workshop

 

One can attend both seminars or one of the two.

Contribution: There is a contribution for the program.

Information:
For more information please contact:
Tel: +302106644189 +302106028531
Εmail: [email protected]

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Meditation from the Tantras

Dates: Antar Mouna, part 2, Saturday 20 March 2021, Ajapa Japa, part 2, Saturday 8 May

Place: ONLINE

Online seminars from Satyanandashram with Swami Kevalyananda (Antar Mouna) and  Sannyasin Jyoti Sagar (Ajapa Japa)

Language of the seminar: English

Dates: 

  • Antar Mouna, part 2, Saturday 20 March 2021, 11:00-14:30
  • Ajapa Japa, part 2, Saturday 8 May, 11:00-14:30

Meditation practices are an excellent method of managing the complexes, phobias, and conflicts which are hidden in the usually inaccessible recesses of the unconscious part of the mind.

Many effective techniques have been developed by the  Satyananda System of Yoga from the ancient scriptures apart from asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha. These include practices of pratyahara (to quieten the mind), dharana (concentration) and dhyana (meditation). All these techniques have various levels and stages of practice.

The purpose of this seminar is to introduce practitioners to a series of meditation techniques from the Tantras for them to experience so that they can then choose what they would like to pursue further.

Antar Mouna: deals with the activities of the conscious mind. In Antar Mouna there is awareness of the thoughts and mental activity. The technique involves observing, transforming and finally gaining control over the thought processes, through first withdrawing the senses from the outer world.

Ajapa Japa: is a mantra repetition practice with breath awareness in the psychic passages. The mantra may be the personal mantra given by a guru or the universal mantra of the breath - So Ham whose spontaneous repetition is the core of Ajapa Japa. The technique also helps one withdraw the senses and awakens self-awareness as well as removing the impurities of the mind. It is a complete method of mental training.

The program includes both theory and practice:

  1. Theory
  2. Asana-Pranayama
  3. The Meditation Technique
  4. Workshop

 

One can attend both seminars or one of the two.

Contribution: There is a contribution for the program.

Information:
For more information please contact:
Tel: +302106644189 +302106028531
Εmail: [email protected]