EXPLORING THE VEDA 2019/2020

Join me in October for Part 1 of Exploring The Veda.

ETV Is a series of life changing workshops, structured specifically for practitioners of Vedic meditation. Using recorded lectures by Thom Knoles, it offers deep insights in to the vast, and often tricky to navigate, ocean of knowledge known as the Veda.

The Veda is the ancient record of spiritual experience that is the source of the arts and sciences of Ayurvedic medicine, yoga, meditation, and the whole of Indian philosophy. Knowledge of the Veda is said to confer mastery of all the laws of nature, because the Veda is structured as universal knowledge available within everyone’s consciousness – it is the blueprint of creation.
Delivered over six weekends staggered throughout the year, this course is a huge and exciting leap forward on the quest for self mastery! Artfully delivered in a retreat setting, the combination of knowledge and advanced techniques allows for a deep experience and cultivates a strong foundation of Vedic Wisdom that will have a profound impact on your life experience.
Students of Exploring the Veda learn techniques for deepening meditation, for correcting the mistakes of the mind and heart, and for manifesting the life experiences that reveal true fulfillment.

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Sattva Yoga Journey with ANAND MEHROTRA
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Anand Mehrotra is a visionary master teacher, community and thought leader, and conscious entrepreneur. Born and raised in Rishikesh, India – the birthplace of yoga – Anand combines the ancient wisdom of his upbringing with a lighthearted rebelliousness to support the transcendence of the individual and the collective. Anand is the founder and master teacher of Sattva Yoga, a radically holistic, ever-evolving, transformational practice.

Anand will be holding a few workshops and retreats on his Australian Tour; in Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast. Check out the link below to see his Tour Schedule.


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Sacrifice of a little bit of “doing” for a little bit of “being”

As simple and easy as it is to sit and practice Vedic meditation, the sacrifice of a little bit of “doing” for a little bit of “being” can seem to be a challenge.
The busy-ness of life is highly addictive, there is always stuff to be done, problems to be solved, and a million reasons as to why we don’t have time. When we break the exhausting cycle of “doing” and connect with “being” we emerge refreshed, revitalised and highly sensitive to the greatest need of the time. Action fuelled by stress makes way for action fuelled by rest and we begin to function the way in which nature intends. Spontaneous right thinking, right acting. Productive “doing” that is in-line with our own evolution and serves the entire planet.
With the narrative of “human impact” weaving its way into the collective mind, with a strong focus on the negative aspect, it is vital that we realise our role in this one big beautiful story. Us humans are not separate from nature. We are nature! And we have a role to play. How do we perform this role, we listen to what nature intends and we do it. How do we listen? We meditate!

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THE TIME IS NOW

This is a short but inspiring, kick up the butt talk by Ananda Mehotra.

“If you are waiting for a time when you will be ready, well, guess what. That time will never come for you cannot be ready in time…. You take the step and everything else will follow. We can’t keep waiting for everything to line up and make sense for us to live our life. Otherwise, life passes us by.”



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