Why a meditation day or morning event?
Do you feel burnt out, exhausted, overwhelmed or just plain tired? Many of us feel this way. The last 2 years of the pandemic, everything that’s happening in the world and even just here where we’re living…
Life takes its toll.
This is an invitation to allow yourself to totally enter your body and spaciousness. Discover your inner richness!
The different meditations allow you to connect with your body, feel alive and at the same time nourish your soul!
For whom is this?
The meditation mornings or days are equally for newcomers and long-time meditators who want to refresh their souls and be in contact with their body and spirit!
A participant from a meditation day, Suzanne Blondin, wrote me:
“My first full-day meditation experience was great.
Thanks to the sequence of different techniques, I felt like I was on a very long journey that went by very quickly.
Thanks to the silence, I managed to keep a receptive state all day long. It is good to get away from the “known” to be filled with new feelings, with this magical emptiness that feeds the soul and regenerates the body.
The walk in the forest will remain engraved in all my senses; I even think I speak white birch and still have a small amount of lichen in my nostrils.
For your knowledge, your generosity and all your light that warms our hearts, a sincere thanks.”
Here is the program for the 2 days and 3 mornings
Monday, July 18th
9:00 – 9:30 am arrive, tea, meet, greet
9:30 – 9:50 Gibberish
10-11 Chakra Sound meditation
11:15 – 12:15 Vipassana or Walking meditation outside
12:15 – 12:30 sharing and health break
12:30 – 13:00 lunch and rest
1:00 – 2:00 Nadabrahma meditation
14h15-15h15 Kundalini meditation
15h15 – 15h30 sharing
Monday, August 15:
9:00 am – Welcome with tea or herbal tea
9:30 am No-Mind meditation
10:45 Nada Brahma meditation
Noon – Lunch and rest
12:45 – Meditative walk in the forest
2 p.m. – Kundalini
3 p.m. – Sharing
Program for the 3 Saturday mornings:
Saturday, July 2, July 30 and August 27:
9:00-9:30 Welcome with tea and herbal tea
9:30-9:45 Vipassana or Zazen or No-Mind meditation
9:45- 10:45 Nadabrahma meditation
11:00 -12:00 Kundalini Meditation
Please reserve your space (maximum 4 people!) as described here
For more information on the meditations visit the Osho International website