Meditation Course

Meditation course Online: The Hindu Tradition with Pedro A. Flores

Wes Emeritus Teacher

Saturday February 27, '21 at 05:00 PM

Teacher: Wes Emeritus Teacher

Wes Emeritus Teacher (Swami Shanmugananda) a Psychologist and Cofounder of A.I.P.Y.S. He led ashrams in Canada and the Bahamas for 17 years. Profound connoisseur of the Hindu tradition with more than three decades of experience in his teaching. Specialised in Oriental Philosophy, Yogic Tradition, Meditation, Mindfulness and 'Mindset'. I added to my baggage three master's degrees in the United Kingdom: a Master's degree in psychology, a Master's degree in business administration and a Master's degree in philosophy.

The sessions

The sessions will be both theoretical and practical. In them we will address in an entertaining and dynamic way some of the most important texts, schools and teachers of the Hindu tradition. Throughout the sessions we will intersperse practices according to the references mentioned.

Sessions online of one hour.

Minimum of 5 people

1st session:

The Vedas and the Upanishads. The sacred scriptures of India. Vedic hymns: the Gayatri mantra. Mahamantras or Mahavakyas.

Meditation practice: metaphor of the two birds.

2nd session

From the Brahma Sutras to the Viveka Suda Mani or The Supreme Jewel of Discernment. The advaita vedanta. Meditation practice: metaphor of the snake.

3rd session:

Bhagavad Gita.

Practice meditation: «Add your manas to Me; be My devotee; offer me your sacrifices; bow down before Me. Thus you will come to Me in truth. This is My promise, to you who are dear to Me »(18.65).

4th session:

Yoga Sutras. Patañjali. The Yoga of mind control. Yamas and niyamas. From asana to samadhi. Meditation practice: "Yoga is the cessation of movements in consciousness" (1.2).

5th session:

Tantra. The kundalini. Mantras. Yantras and mandalas. Mudras. Practice meditation: "Human beings rise with what they fall with," Kulárnava-Tantra (in John Woodroffe, Serpentine Power, 212).

6th session:

Contemporary teachers. Vivekananda and Aurobindo. Krishnamurti and Nissargadatta. Ramana Maharshi: method of self-inquiry. Practice meditation: Ramakrishna's thief-fisherman metaphor.

Dates & Schedule

  • February 06
  • February 27
  • March 13
  • April 3
  • April 24
  • May 15

Afternoon

  • Saturdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Prices

    • The entire intensive: 90,00 € €
    • 15 days before the date: 81,00 €
    • or
    • one off - 20€

    Payment methods

    Take advantage of the favorable early prices, full payment must be received before the cut off date.

    Amounts can be paid by bank transfer to:

    Yoga Formación Institute.

    Account number: ES50 2100 2125 0302 0054 9420

    Note: On the bank transfer you must indicate your name and the course that you are taking.