Kriya Yoga Retreat
Kriya Yoga Retreat is a process where we come closer to the state of resting in ourselves, fully aware and in tune with everything around us. This is t gift of Kriya Yoga.
The Kriya Yoga technique has its roots way back in time. During his exploration of forgotten tantric practises, Swami Satyananda discovered Kriya Yoga, and he adapted it to our time. Kriya yoga consists of a dynamic process of at least 20 kriyas which cleanse and refine body and mind. Energy channels open and consciousness awakens.
According to tradition Kriya Yoga is taught in order to provide a deep transformation of increased energy, creativity and consciousness. Therefore the Kriya Yoga Retreat stretches over 4 weeks and includes a period of 21 days of silence. Kriya Yoga is supplemented by the following yoga and meditation practises: yoga postures, yogic breathing techniques, intestinal cleansing, Inner Silence meditation, mirror meditation and yantras (drawing of yoga symbols), as well as by song and music, the whirling dance and the sweat lodge.
In order to learn Kriya Yoga, you must have completed at least one 10-day Yoga & Meditation Retreat.
“The Kriya Yoga Retreat gave me a unique opportunity to come into contact with a dimension in my being, which I do not think is possible under normal circumstances. Kriya Yoga, affecting prana, chakras and consciousness is one of the deepest practises I have ever met, of all the places I have practiced yoga and meditation. At times the retreat was demanding, both mentally and physically. At the same time, the time I spend in the beautiful scenery, without mobile and without contact with the outside world, was a great break from everyday life, which enabled deep inner peace. I am very grateful to Hari Prem and Bjørn, for sharing their long and thorough experience of yoga and meditation, and for enabling the process I experienced at the Kriya Retreat. It is unique and much more than just a course or retreat.” (Claus)
Course fee: 16.500 SEK, hereof 2.000 SEK deposit.
“Spirituality is not to be found in the sky, but by participating in human life with full awareness.” (Swami Satyananda)
Datum: 2018-07-15 - 2018-08-11
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