Raja Yoga Meditation and Integral Health - Arlington
Welcome to the Raja Yoga Meditation course.
Please be mindful to attend all sessions as they are all linked.
Lesson 1: Thu, June 6th from 7:00pm-8:30pm,
Lesson 2: Thu, June 13th from 7:00pm-8:30pm,
Lesson 3: Thu, June 20th from 7:00pm - 8:30pm,
Lesson 4: Thu, June 27th from 7:00pm - 8:30pm
In this chaotic, complex and tense world, where the situations happen in a sudden and unexpected way, we have to give attention to all aspects of our health. We will explore 8 main areas connected with our health. Four are connected more with the body and physical things and four are connected more with our spiritual being.
Meditation has become a magic word these days. At a time when everyone wants to experience peace, success, and good relationships, and realize that comfort and material acquisitions are not enough for them, this interest in Eastern philosophies and self-help methods is natural.
Raja Yoga Meditation is a process of self-knowledge that aims at the transformation of the individual, rescuing its original qualities of peace, love, purity, happiness and inner truth. The principle is simple. We are spiritual beings and we use our bodies to play our part in life's play.
This meditation brings us back to right awareness and the right perspective in the use of our possessions, of time, of our talents, of our profession, and of relating to everyone around us. To meditate is to develop self-sovereignty, that is, self-control over our five physical sense organs and three subtle sense organs (mind, intellect and personality), in order to become the master, the master of my own life and no longer the slave of desires and external influences.
Our Guest Speaker:
Luciana Marques de Souza Ferraz is a sociologist and teacher with a wide experience in the field of trainning individuals looking for a better life.
She has ministered courses in India, USA, Europe and Latin America on several topics such as stress-free living, integral health, positive consciousness and meditation.
In Brazil, she coordinated international projects in conection with the U.N. – “The Million Minutes of Peace Appeal”, “Global Co-operation for a Better World” and “Sharing Our Values for a Better World”.
Presently Luciana is the national coordinator for Brahma Kumaris in Brazil,an international non-governmental organization that seeks to help individuals re-discover and strengthen their inherent worth in order to create a better world for all. It is headquartered at Mt. Abu, Rajasthan, India with centres in 103 countries. All its activities are free of charge, funded by voluntary donations.
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE COMING:
- Postures involved? As this is a meditation course, you will not be required to sit in any posture (as is with hatha yoga)
- Dress? Your dress would best be loose and fully covering your body.
- Do I need to bring anything? A notebook to take notes.
- Any charge? No, our activities are free of charge as a community service, voluntary contributions welcome.
-What can I begin to do before the course? Recomend a vegetarian diet free of onion and garlic and clearing body of toxins such as alcohol and nicotine for better meditative experience.
***Please call if you are not able to make it, as a courtesy to the instructor (817-704-3298)
Mindfulness is always appreciated.
We are located on:
1420 N. Cooper St. Suite 112 Arlington, TX 76011
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