workshop in 3 sessions
Meditation or « meditaction » - action of going to
the middle - is a way to reduce the flood of unconscious actions
of the human being, a way out of all the useless exterior manifestations,
in order to recover the simplicity of the cosmic rhythms in the
most essential part of oneself.
them in an exceptional setting and atmosphere will help you discover
a different « you »
and will give you more harmony and happiness.
- Exercises of physical and prâna breathing, of tensions
releasing. Visualizations relating to the control, channeling,
and unification of energies.
and activate the chakras.
with the positive forces of the universe.
to enlighten your being.
Prayer and meditation are activities that allow the soul and the
divine spirit to settle down inside the human being »
Meditation is also a means of understanding and direct apprehension
of the universe »
* Meditate to discover the subtle energy that exist in your being
2 * Meditate to feel love, serenity and inner joy
3 * Meditate to be in harmony with yourself and others and thus
be able to embrace the universe
4 * Meditate to fly towards the source, towards your inner essence
5 * Meditate to make the pure vibration of the spirit pulsate
6 * Meditate to awaken your energy body and travel into the cosmic
7 * Meditate to live in communion with the celestial figures who
watch over you
8 * Meditate to meet your light body and your true spiritual nature
9 * Meditate to sublimate your whole being
10 * Meditate to live enlightenment; reach self-enlightenment
and illuminate the world
knowledge of the chakras:
« Know yourself and you will know the universe and the Gods
» (written on top of the Delphi temple)
The knowledge of the chakras, as transmitted in the Indian tradition,
is one of the doors to the discovery and harmonization of our
various bodies (physical, psycho-emotional, mental and spiritual
Chakras are « neuro-psychologic centres », as we would
call them in the West. There are 7 main chakras, vertically set
along the spine. All of them have physiological correspondences,
especially with our endocrine glands (« mood » regulators).
Physical positions of the 7 chakras