|Pranayama & Meditation with Dr. Shrikrishna|
Seminar series: Understanding and experiencing the Upanishads
Silent Retreat at Rosenwaldhof from 25 - 31 July 2022
This Upanishad, also known as Kaivalyopanishad, is the twelfth of the 108 Upanishads of the Muktika canon. It belongs to the Shaiva tradition and forms part of the Atharva Veda.
Shrikrishna succeeds brilliantly in bringing us closer to the timeless essence of scriptures that at first seem strange. In each case, he uniquely combines profound philosophy with inner experience, the reflection of wisdom in silence with everyday experiences.
The retreat includes extended practice sections for pranayama, meditation and mantra recitation and takes place in partial silence.
Here are links, recommended by Dr. Shrikrishna:
Unfortunately, Dr. Shrikrishna is not able to be in Germany for this seminar. Therefore, everything will be transmitted live via zoom. However, in order to create a retreat atmosphere, the seminar will take place at the Rosenwaldhof. There is a very quiet projector with a large screen and the technology will be carefully looked after throughout.
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