Workshops 2016 Melbourne Yoga Meditation Centre

Workshops – Understanding Yoga and The Yogi

Melbourne Yoga and Meditation Centre >> offers the more dedicated student an ongoing meditation and study program and regular workshops to introduce these studies. Spiritual insights unfold on an accurate rationale. The writers of the original teachings understand this rationale, and it is to these writers and yogis which we refer in our meditations and studies.  Some of the deeper teachings and references are found here on our Blog. But it is suggested that the Workshops are a useful beginning if you would like personal guidance, and the ability to ask questions relevant to your individual direction.

Each Workshop introduces an accent on the following month of daily Practices and Meditations in our studio. The workshop gives an insight into the topic and the practical application of its technique in individual development, in the world.

Yoga is no mere exercise routine for just keeping fit and relaxing. Yoga has a development procedure starting with physical disciplines, passing through mental and psychological disciplines, opening to individual talent development, Self-understanding and Spiritual Insight. Through Samadhic Contemplation, the Reflexive Self-consciousness we seek, all truly valuable possibilites arise.

Melbourne Yoga and Meditation Centre offers teachings in every phase of Yogic development.

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Fees: Workshops are $30 to studio Members | $60 non-Members |
(Workshop notes are issued to all participants, and there is an option to purchase more advanced practice Booklets)

 

Understanding Yoga and The Yogi – 2016 – Melbourne Yoga and Meditation Centre

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Sunday 24 January 2016, 2pm-4pm

Identifying with Universal Purpose and Expanding Insight – The Universe and The Individual – What is the Relationship between the true Yogi and The Universal Being? What is the ongoing Aim of this Relationship, and what are the procedures for Implementation and Development of the Universe/Individual relationship?

 

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Sunday 7 February 2016, 2pm-4pm

Yoga and Ancestral Body Influence – What influence does Inheritance have upon the Yogi, or any individual? What is the difference between reincarnation and ancestral influence? How does Ancestral Influence affect the process of Yoga and the true Yogis development? How does Reflexive Self-consciousness short-circuit Ancestral Influence?

 

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Sunday 6 March 2016, 2pm-4pm

Yoga and The Zodiac – Insight into the psychology of the Planetary System and how Cyclic Law may exponentially advance or conversely frustrate Individual Development of the Yogi. A study of planetary significances and how to understand and apply in Meditation and practical work.

 

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Sunday 3 April 2016, 2pm-4pm

Accident, The Absolute and Yoga – Is there such a thing as ‘Accident’? The Absolute as Impersonal or Personal. What is the difference between blind forces as proposed in much of modern scientific thinking, and purposive forces willing to work to develop an ultimate aim? What is the difference between accident and purpose? What has all this to do with true Yoga?

 

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Sunday 1 May 2016, 2pm-4pm

If Reincarnation be true, what follows?Historically throughout the World in Spiritual Traditions, Reincarnation of the Soul has been vowed and disavowed in differing periods and in different epochs. If reincarnation is adopted as a teaching, what does this mean for a developing individual? What is the difference between Responsibility and Response-ability, and what has this to do with true Yoga?

Workshop on Self-Realisation – Aparoksanubhuti

APAROKSHANUBHUTI or SELF-REALIZATION of SRI SHANKARACHARYA

Translation By SWAMI VIMUKTANANDA

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What’s it About?

It’s about Self-Realisation, Enlightenment, and How to Approach an Understanding of the process.

The central theme of the book is the identity of the Jivatman (individual self) and Paramatman (Universal Self). This identity is realised through the removal of the ignorance that hides the truth, by the light of Vichara or enquiry alone (verse II).

To enable the mind to embark on such an investigation into truth, certain disciplines are laid down, which are not peculiar to Vedanta, but are indispensable for all such enquiries into the highest Truth.

The book then gives a description of one who has attained this realisation and of the nature of his life.

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