The Divine is in every person
Do you also have the feeling that something is missing in your life? Do you know a certain desire, not understanding what it is precisely though? Many preceded you and started a spiritual quest.
If we allow to open ourselves for the divine or mystical dimension that is there it will colour our daily lives in such a way that the same life is experienced differently. There is more color, more joy and we can discover meaning in daily living conditions, even though these are sometimes difficult.
Nâm Yoga, which originates in an age-old supreme and transcendental Yoga, has instruments that give direction to perception in such a way that optimal Well-Being is the result.
What can you expect from this course?
During the courses we are exploring the different aspects of Nâm Yoga in a small group. We will investigate how experience works, how creation works and more importantly how we, from this understanding in different levels, can use this in our lives in such a way that we can solve problems, create well being and find answers on serious life questions.
This form of yoga does not use asana’s as are often found in other forms of yoga.
The leading principles of Nâm Yoga
Nâm: the affirmation of that which you are in essence.
Yoga: orientation, research and discovery.
“Remember and Observe, these are the two guiding principles of the Nâm approach to human living. We should remember that we are of a oneness, the nature of which, as it is our nature, cannot be known by our thinking, which is one of the expressions of this oneness. Observe how everything that surrounds us, including our thoughts and our emotions, reflect this underlying oneness. Observe how, though we cannot know our essence, we can create our lives in accordance with this essence or in opposition to this essence. Observe how the former shapes Well-Being and the latter anxiety, disease, stress and failure. This is just an observation. “
Starters weekends: ‘Transforming daily life into a spiritual adventure’
We use starter weekends, these are weekends for people who come into contact with Nâm Yoga for the first time. Because these weekends are always different, it is possible and even useful to repeat these weekends and you can choose to join one or several weekends. We use the book ‘Dimensions of Experience’ these weekends.
Dates of these weekends:
Friday 19 to Sunday 21 July
Friday 13 to Sunday 15 September
Friday 1 to Sunday 3 November
Follow-up weekends: ‘Living in ever wider circles of Awareness’
In addition to the starters weekends, there are follow-up weekends for people who have already made acquaintance with Nâm Yoga through other activities provided by the Nâm Foundation or through the starters weekend. We use the book ‘Meaning & Joy of Nâm Yoga’ during the weekends. These weekends also make sense to repeat for deepening.
Dates of these weekends:
Friday 4 to Sunday 6 October
Friday 29 November to 1 December
All weekends start on Friday at 2 pm and ends Sunday at 3 pm.
The contribution for one weekend is 253 euros
For those who already have the books this will be deducted from the invoice, the contribution will be 235 euros.
This amount includes:
- full-board stay in the Asharum during the weekends
- book ‘Meaning & Joy of Nâm Yoga or Dimensions of Experience’.
- 1 months online HarpMood subscription
This course is for you when you
- are seeking a life that is more in a natural flow
- inwardly desire to be whole or complete
- want to be happier and more fulfilled
- want to solve your problems
- want to experience more joy in your life
- find insufficient meaning in your current life
- experience a lack of connection with life itself
- have the feeling of being alone and you feel the need of sharing
- are looking for a different orientation in life than what the current (materially oriented) society offers.
The origin of Nâm Yoga
Nâm Yoga is an expression of a current of human thought that is often called the Abrahamic tradition. It is a current of thought that as far as we know originates in the general area of India and spread via Iran, with the Zoroastrian thought, via the various Greek and Egyptian schools of thought, to the general area of the Middle East. From there it is spread through Northern Africa and Spain, and in various ways it became what is called philosophy. Acedemic philosophy however is often not presenting it.
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