International Workshops for Yoga and Meditation Teachers and Practitioners – 2012-2013 with Malcolm Clark

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Workshops 2012 – 2013

Five Types of Workshop for Yoga and Meditation Teachers and Practitioners

  1. Practical – physical body discipline – Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga, Oshadi Yoga
  2. Orientation – feeling and field consciousness – Bhakti Yoga
  3. Information – mind clarity and control – Jnana Yoga
  4. Technical – art, coordination and understanding – Samkhya Yoga, Vijnana Yoga
  5. Hermeneutic Interpretation – spiritual values, consciousness, will, and Reflexive Self-consciousness – Raja Yoga, Samadhi Yoga

These Workshops are available to Yoga and Meditation Centres in Australia and Internationally. If you would like Malcolm to visit your school or venue and conduct a Workshop on one or a number of the topics from the current schedule below, or other topics from previous years(see archive >> ), please contact us.

 

Workshops or a talk on how to approach the teachings of Eugene Halliday are also a very worthwhile investment for any Yoga and Meditation Centre. His teachings will link and deepen any current approach you may have.

 

Bookings are required several months in advance. It may be that Malcolm is teaching or working close to your Centre or School, or passing through your area or region .

 

To Enquire about, Request or Book a visit at your venue, please send an email to

 

info@melbourneyoga.com

 

1 Practical Workshops

  1. Food Diet and Culture for yoga and meditation practitioners
  2. Introduction to Training the Physical Body for yoga and meditation practitionersEssential conditioning factors of the Ancestral Physical Body’s elements for yoga and meditation practitioners – everyone’s body is unique
    1. 2 Yoga Sequences
    2. 2 Mudras and Bhandas
    3. 3 Pranayama Ujjayi, Surya Bhedana, Nadi Shodana, ratio breathing
  3. Method Practice and Practical Skill for yoga and meditation practitioners
  4. Postural sequences for specialised body conditioning for yoga and meditation practitioners
  5. The Real Hatha Yoga – its aim, method and practice – for yoga and meditation practitioners
  6. Particular Pranayama for Meditation leading into Samadhic Contemplation for yoga and meditation practitioners
  7. Centring Practices for yoga and meditation practitioners – centring in body, mind, soul, spirit.
  8. Will Intention and Sankalpa for yoga and meditation practitioners – selecting and charging a clear idea as trajectory for energy expenditure
  9. Prayer and Concentration practices for yoga and meditation practitioners
  10. Shooting for Source Self – the perfect aim for yoga and meditation practitioners
  11. Hatha yoga – approaching Reflexive Self-consciousness via pranayama and concentration
  12. Seven stages of Hatha yoga – purpose and method of practice – stages 1 to 7 – each as a separate development.
  13. Uddiyana Bandha – the fundamental to pratyahara and pranayama in hatha yoga
  14. Stages and levels of Ahimsa – non-harmfulness – in the development of the individual.
  15. Stages in development of Brahmacharya – from sexual continence to spiritual creativity
  16. True purpose of breathing exercise and techniques. Which ones do we really need and which are unessential? What is the true aim of Pranayama?
  17. Shiva meditation – application of Shankarananda’s technique

2 Orientation Workshops

  1. Stages of Shiva – sentience, awareness, consciousness – and stages of Shakti – appetite, will, power, desire – for yoga and meditation practitioners
  2. Ideas versus Feelings for yoga and meditation practitioners
  3. Field Consciousness as basis of all we know, for yoga and meditation practitioners.
  4. Tantra of Male/Female relation as outlined in The Tacit Conspiracy by Eugene Halliday for yoga and meditation practitioners
  5. Commitment, Devotion, Belief and Love for yoga and meditation practitioners
  6. One Love Disguised as Five kinds of Love for yoga and meditation practitioners
  7. Male and Female relations for yoga and meditation practitioners
  8. Yoga Psychology and the Structure of the Psyche for yoga and meditation practitioners
  9. Sex and Aggression for yoga and meditation practitioners
  10. Love as key in the development of the individual – love as the means and the end of all values and processes for yoga and meditation practitioners
  11. The Bio-field life force(prana-maya-kosha) and Technique Development, for yoga and meditation practitioners
  12. Metaphysics and  Origins of Chakra Centres for yoga and meditation practitioners
  13. Emotional and Psychological States of the Chakras for yoga and meditation practitioners
  14. Understanding Emotional States, Fear, Anxiety and Passion for yoga and meditation practitioners
  15. Understanding Suffering & Pain – how to Break Identification and Resolve Pain, for yoga and meditation practitioners
  16. Fantasy and Imagination for Yoga and Meditation practitioners
  17. Two Workshops on Understanding Desire (higher and lower), Aversion and Egoic consciousness, and how to transcend the wheel of dependent origination – essential Buddhist meditation techniques for yoga and meditation practitioners – 3 states, 6 realms, 12 dependencies
  18. The Heart Chakra – Anahata – integration within the individual of its 12 emotional states, in order to attain Jivatman
  19. Manipura – chakra of the city of jewels – integration within the individual of its 9 emotional states in order to attain Anahata
  20. Svadhisthana – chakra of the place of the self – integration within the individual of its 6 emotional states, in order to attain Manipura
  21. Muladhara – chakra of foundation – expression and turning point of the will – integration within the individual of the four aspects of will in order to start a return to Shiva (pure consciousness)

3 Information Workshops

  1. Means to Valid Knowledge (Pramana) for yoga and meditation practitioners – perception, inference, authority.
  2. Means and Methods for Attaining Mental Clarity for yoga and meditation practitioners – transcending vrittis(turmoil in the mind).
  3. Planetary Significances and Depth Psychology for yoga and meditation practitioners
  4. Knowledge(Pramana) versus Wisdom(Prajna) for yoga and meditation practitioners
  5. Serial Time and Simultaneous Eternity for yoga and meditation practitioners – significance for enlightenment.
  6. The Serial Thinking Mind as barrier to enlightenment – how to interfere with it and stop it
  7. Responsibility and Response-ability for yoga and meditation practitioners
  8. Serial thinking compared to non-serial thinking(geometrical mind) What is the origin and purpose of mind? One leads to isolation and bondage, the other to wholeness and freedom.
  9. The Practical Philosophy for yoga and meditation practitioners – earth matter to pure consciousness
  10. Introduction to the yoga sutras of Patanjali(pattern jail) – A pocket guide to the Patanjali  yoga sutras – a volitional and functional skeleton key  to the philosophical yoga sutras of Patanjali – going beyond ideas and putting the sutras to the test of will and feeling
  11. Overview of Patanjali Raja yoga – part one of five
  12. Meditation Techniques from the Sutras of Patanjali
  13. Samkhya – 6th Century BC – the original philosophy of Yoga from which Patanjali selected his practise sutras. Outlining the whole schematic system of categories and stages of development for individual yoga practitioners. All Yoga for individuals is based on Samkhya.
  14. The Hippy Love Philosophy – a study
  15. Idea Chains – pathways in our nervous system that keep consciousness fixed and suffering and separate, instead of free and happy and unified
  16. The Mind and the No-Mind(mind that doesn’t think)
  17. Reflexive and Non-Reflexive thinking – gaining respect for ideas as energies, forces, powers. To be really human we must know we have ideas, know what they are, and how they interact and affect each other
  18. Purusha (pure consciousness) and Prakriti (universal substance) – the absolutes of Yoga and Samkhya, and how they function in an individual being.

4 Technical Workshops

  1. Meditation and Meditation Techniques for yoga and meditation practitioners – over 3 workshops
  2. Understanding the Ego Structure for yoga and meditation practitioners
  3. 26 Great Rules of Yoga for yoga and meditation practitioners – Patanjali essentials
  4. Three-part Human Being – Thinking Feeling Willing and their relations for individual integration in yoga and meditation practitioners
  5. Five Things to Do for yoga and meditation practitioners – the five Koshas in modern applied context.
  6. Thought Systems and Governing Concepts for yoga and meditation practitioners – how an individual may aim to govern their life intelligently.
  7. Hierarchy in Body Centres – levels of awareness – for yoga and meditation practitioners
  8. Six Plane Yoga for yoga and meditation practitioners – six levels of Yoga applied within an individual being.
  9. The Real Ashtanga for yoga and meditation practitioners – real-world daily application of the eight limbs
  10. Zodiacal Significances and how to apply and embody them in practice with thought, feeling and will, for yoga and meditation practitionersMeditation and Contemplation on the 6 Levels of Being, for yoga and meditation practitioners – know what they are and how to integrate and embody – physical body mineral, life growth plant, motion animal, intellectual forethought and control, free will non-reactivity initiative, pure consciousness.
    • 7 planetary types
    • 4 elements
    • 3 phases
    • integration, insight and yantr
  11. Force Form and Function for yoga and meditation practitioners
  12. Meditations on the three-part man – understanding individual potentials and development in thought and feeling and will, for yoga and meditation practitioners
  13. Field Yoga Integration Series Part I – the body, feeling, desire, mind, ego, will, consciousness, resec – (Three workshops)
    • body feeling
    • body desire
    • body mind
    • body ego
    • body wisdom
    • body will
    • body consciousness
    • feeling desire
    • feeling mind
    • feeling ego
    • feeling wisdom
    • feeling will
    • feeling consciousness
    • desire mind
    • desire ego
    • desire wisdom
    • desire will
    • desire consciousness
    • mind ego
    • mind wisdom
    • mind will
    • mind consciousness
    • ego wisdom
    • ego will
    • ego consciousness
    • wisdom will
    • wisdom consciousness
    • will consciousness
    • reflexive Self-consciousness – resec
  14. Field Yoga Integration series – Part IIThe Rationale and Technique of Intuitive Art for yoga and meditation practitioners
    • triplicities
    • quadruples
    • pentacles
    • hexons
    • septenaries
    • reflexive Self-consciousness – resec
  15. Meditation and Samadhic Contemplation for yoga and meditation practitioners
  16. Falling and Rising – intelligence, intuition, meditation, contemplation
  17. High Yoga – watching 10 levels of being simultaneously
  18. Dream Recall techniques for developing insight and reflexive self-consciousness
  19. Samadhic Contemplation in Yoga – Reflexive Self-consciousness as level VI Samadhi – yoga’s highest attainment for individuals – four workshops
  20. Yoga and Chakras in Theory and Practice – four workshops
  21. Stages to Reflexive Self-consciousness for yoga and meditation practitioners
  22. Tantra – mantra, mudra, yantra
  23. Male and Female – stages of relation development for yoga and meditation practitioners
  24. Pursuit of Power
  25. Pursuit of Love
  26. Pursuit of Truth
  27. Pursuit of Integration
  28. When the Ego is Empty – what remains, what followsUnderstanding Conflict Resentment and Forgiveness – it starts within and manifests without – forces crossing equals vrittis
    • What is the Function of the Ego. God as Absolute Infinite Sentient Power doesn’t want an “empty” Non-egoic world, just as much as He doesn’t want an egoic self-centred mechanical world.
      Only “spiritual creativity” brings “happiness”, No ‘thing’ will, or can, do it.
  29. Meditation and Contemplation
  30. Meditations on Discovering our True Self-Image  – egotism, self-image, sanity and insanity
  31. Fulfilling our Destiny – to be enslaved to outer stimuli is to encounter a fall of consciousness. To retain one’s own inner Self–awareness and essential purpose is to not fall, and thus be able to fulfil one’s own destiny.

5 Hermeneutic Interpretation Workshops

  1. Hermeneutics – what is it, and why is it so important for the individual yoga and meditation practitioner.
  2. Hermeneutics – interpreting in the light of your own experience using words, primary symbols, names, mantra, and sonic geometry to understand your own life and directional possibilities. For yoga and meditation practitioners
  3. Karma and Reincarnation for yoga and meditation practitioners
  4. Conscience and Consciousness for yoga and meditation practitioners
  5. Initiation to Reflexive Self-consciousness
  6. Microcosmic-Self, Microcosmic-self and Egoic-self for yoga and meditation practitioners 
  7. Meditation on The Secret of the Golden Flower for yoga and meditation practitioners
  8. Art and its significance for therapy and individual development for yoga and meditation practitioners
  9. The Zodiac as Yantra for individual development and attaining reflexive self-consciousness, for yoga and meditation practitioners.
  10. Meditation techniques to attain insight and Reflexive Self-consciousness for yoga and meditation practitioners
  11. Yantra and Mandala for Meditation and gaining Reflexive Self-consciousnessIntuition for yoga and meditation practitioners
    • purpose of yantra
    • types of yantra
    • fundamentals of geometry for meditation
    • reflexive Self-consciousness as yantra’s aim
  12. Power, Urge, Will, Energy, Desire and Appetite for yoga and meditation practitioners
  13. Spirit and Soul for yoga and meditation practitioners
  14. Will, Choice and Choosing for yoga and meditation practitioners
  15. Will, Initiative and True Change-ability for yoga and meditation practitioners
  16. Faith versus Reason for yoga and meditation practitioners
  17. Will versus Intellect for yoga and meditation practitioners
  18. The purpose of a Symbol
  19. Samadhic Contemplation for yoga and meditation practitioners – attainable for all
  20. The Universal Self and Reflexive Self-consciousness for yoga and meditation practitioners
  21. Spiritual Creativity for yoga and meditation practitioners
  22. True Yoga and its Original Ideal for yoga and meditation practitioners
  23. Yogic Principles of the Bhagavad-Gita for yoga and meditation practitioners
  24. Yogic Principles of the Tao Teh Ching for yoga and meditation practitioners
  25. Yoga as Development of the Individual for yoga and meditation practitioner.
  26. Spiritual yoga compared to secular exercise – how to convert mundane techniques into spiritual development, for yoga and meditation practitioners
  27. The Buddhist Wheel of Dependent Origination for yoga and meditation practitioners
  28. What follows the attainment of Yoga? for yoga and meditation practitioners.
  29. Yoga defined, and its true orientation for yoga and meditation practitioners.Who is Shiva? Who is Shakti?
    • What is Yoga?
    • Value of Yoga’s Rescue via Reflexive Self-consciousness
    • First Great Rule in Yoga
    • Second Great Rule in Yoga
    • Falling into Identification
    • Non-identification
    • Freedom from Inclination, Bondage and the Fall of Consciousness into limitation
    • Cause of Inclination
    • Breaking identification 1
    • Breaking identification 2
    • The Self, Consciousness and Will
    • Wholeness, Freedom and Reflexive Self-consciousness
    • Gaining Reflexive Self-consciousness – exercise
  30. Meditation using sacred texts as meditation media importance of clarity in definition, terms, words, and terminology.
  31. Non-Buddhist meditation for yoga and meditation practitioners
  32. Non-Hindu meditation for yoga and meditation practitioners
  33. Non-Yogic meditation for yoga and meditation practitioners
  34. Mahabharata interpretation seriesKarma yoga – the mechanics of ego centred consciousness and how to practically transcend the limits – two workshops
    • Voice from the lake
    • Krishna talks to Arjuna – 1 to 3
    • (many further topics)
  35. Bhakti yoga – levels and types of love
  36. Jnana and Vijnana yoga – the mechanics of mind in ‘simplicity’
  37. Raja Yoga – what is Self-rulership, and Will
  38. Samadhi yoga – Reflexive Self-consciousness(resec) and how to apply it, every day, every moment, all through life.
  39. Disbelief – its origin in Belief, and return
  40. The Fall of Consciousness Down the Spine
  41. Physical Birth and Spiritual Birth
  42. Consciousness and Reflexive Self-consciousness
  43. Yoga as Development of the Individual Being – what is the individual in relation to the group. Benefits and detractions of the group
  44. Choice – what is choice for the yoga and meditation practitioner
  45. The Metaphysics of Choice from a non-dual(Advaita) viewpoint
  46. God as Shiva Shakti – the infinite non-dual field of absolute sentient power – aspects of male female polarity
  47. God as Brahma Vishnu Shiva – a threefold unity – its integration within the individual being
  48. Yoga and Religion – differences and similarities
  49. Western Yoga and Eastern Yoga – micro and macro
  50. Western Yoga – 7 spirits, 4 complexions, 3 principles – a whole process in which each contains the others and gives rise to the others logo–logically. Between them they weave the mesh of the structured form of being, encapsulating the soul.
  51. Enlightenment – Is Enlightenment attained suddenly? We will see what enlightenment is in fact.

 

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