There has been a lot written about the meaning, philosophy and purpose of Karma and since then the opinions and views could not be any more different. Some people do believe that we are all born with a certain amount of karma that we have accumulated in past lives. Others deny the fact of reincarnation and do believe that karma is something that everyone of us creates every minute of our lives. That our actions of today are leading to the fruits of our tomorrow.
The word Karma comes from Sankskrit (is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism; a philosophical language of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Jainism; and a literary language and lingua franca of ancient and medieval India and Nepal) and means action, work or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect). – Wikipedia 2017
And there is so much more to write about this subject. Endlessly we could enter on how our thoughts lead to actions which then will lead to further actions and so on. Lets pause for a moment. Yes exactly, just here right there right now. Breath. And let go.
You do it already! You are overthinking it. You already trapped in the Karma race, running round in circles and still not able to catch what you so desperately looking for. Karma has many concepts and philosophies, many thousand people wrote about it and others do make great money with the fear of bad karma.
But there is a totally different way to explore what Karma really means. How it does feel when we create good karma and how we can stay best away from the negative stuff.
Exploring Karma in our own bodies while they stretch and turn, bend and let go. We enter into the endless flow of life force energy. We enter into the wisdom of the Universe.
Come here…come with me…I will show you. Please sit down, right next to me. Great.
Let me introduce myself:
“My name is SANNYASI BRAHMANANDA. I was initiated into karma sannyasa by Parmahamsa Satyananda in 1988, in Munger, India. In the years since that day I have returned to the ashrams in Munger and Rikhia many times, to deepen my studies and experience, attend programmes and immerse myself in karma yoga and seva. I spent many years as director and course coordinator of the Satyananda Yoga Academy Europe.
I will come to Saltburn on the 2nd of September 2017 to teach you on how to explore your own way of practicing yoga. Together we will walk the path of self-exploration slowly and gently step by step. Meeting our very own breath and following it into the stillness. I then will show you techniques on how to use your body as a deep expression of your personal karma so you gain confidence in your actions. I will guide you on how to release all that is holding you back. So finally we have created enough space within our bodies, so that new opportunities can arise and we no longer fearful of our own potential.
I normally reside in London where I have been teaching for 12 years, offering general and private classes in many different environments: adult education, children and adults with special needs, autistic children, mental health, as well as running day programmes and courses in a variety of topics such as, meditation, yoga psychology and yantra drawing for those who wish to take their experience of yoga deeper. My guru’s teachings continue to inspire me to ensure yoga and its valuable tools are made accessible to all.”
This is going to be a rare opportunity to meet a great guru and yoga teacher with many years of experience and even more years of practice.
Spaces are limited and need to be booked in advance.
Come and join us for this rare workshop!!!
The course runs on the 2nd of September 2017 at the Dance Studio in the Earthbeat Centre. Course Organizer is Lesley Wood.
From 10am – 4pm.
Payment can be made vial paypal, banktransfer or in cash in full to Lesley Wood.
Please contact Lesley at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your payment or if you have further questions.
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