Bindu - Gateway to Himalayan Wisdom
This website is for people who hunger for a real connection with the core of life, who want more joy and less stress and are ready to be the conscious designer of their destiny rather than victim of circumstances.
In this website you’ll find:
- The wisdom, philosophy, lifestyle and practices of the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition;
- A calendar listing opportunities to connect with teachers in the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition;
- News from the Tradition.
Awakening Retreat Center Five Days of Slience November 2-6, 2012
Awakening Retreat Center [9701 Deer Bally Rd, Brentwood CA 94513]
Silence is the deepest and most authntic form of communication, both with others and within ourselves. It is the language that transcends the constant noise of our minds and allows us to experience our essence or true Self, that purest state of Being - a state of peace, joy and love.
Jim Nelson will guide this retreat. He has practiced and taught meditation for over 35 years. Jim has served as the predient of the Meditation Center in Minneapolis MN, and has worked extensively as a a consulting psychologist in both medical clinics and public school setings. He ahs spoken at bothe national and international conferences on a variety of psychological and philosophical topics. Jim is the author of the book Running on Empty: Transcending the Economic Culture's Seduction of Our Youth.
Details and registration, please call the Awakening Retreat Center at 925.755.8822 or 925.389.6158
"When one of my meditation students asks me, 'Swamiji, am I making spiritual progress? Is my meditation improving? Is it leading me closer to enlightenment?', I often reply, 'Do not ask me; ask your wife/husband/child/mother-in-law/daughter-in-law/neighbor. Do they say that your emotions have purified, you are easier to get along with, you are gentler, less angry, less arrogant, less jealous, less possessive, softer of tone, humbler than you used to be? If so, you are making spiritual progress. If not, 12 hours of meditation a day behind closed doors is a mere escape from the need to reform yourself. It is not going to lead you to moksha.' The first liberation is from the emotional negativity that distorts your relationships. Relationships are the test of spiritual progress." [read the entire article at Life Positive]
Swami Veda invites you to sit with him in meditation for an hour where ever you are, in your home or with friends. Total beginners, non-initiates and initiates are welcome.
For more information: http://www.ahymsin.org/main/index.php/Index-of-Practices/full-moon-meditation.html
Table of Contents:
- Therapy as Spiritual Liberation
- Guru Purnima Message 2012
- Like a Tortoise Withdrawing His Limbs
- Practicing Greatness
- About the Children's Program
- Himalayan Yoga Camp, September 2012
- Reflections on a Sacred Thread
- Silent Meditation Retreat
- Purusharthas: The Four Purposes of Life
- Something Swamiji Said
- Prana Vidya Continuing Education
- Guru's Eyes
- 200-hr Teacher Training in Chile
View August 2012 Newsletter: http://www.ahymsin.org/docs2/News/1208Aug/index.html
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