December 2018 Meditation Course | Mantric Fire Workshop | Venue and Lodging | Directions to Harmonia
LEARN NEELAKANTHA MEDITATION
Personal Initiation, Two Days of Instruction,
18 Months of Support, a Lifetime of Practice
with Paul Muller-Ortega
In this course, you’ll learn an elegant, powerful, and deeply effective meditation practice that you can benefit from your entire life.
The course begins with two days of formal instruction:
Saturday, December 8, 2018 • 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, December 9, 2018 •10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Harmonia Wellness Center
2200 Marinship Way, Sausalito, CA 94965
18 Month Course Tuition: Early Bird $550 (through November 11), $600 after
Neelakantha Meditation is a practice of deep meditation that works to bring about transformation, healing, and benevolence in your life. It is a daily meditation practice that is governed by the principle of effortlessness. It is easy to learn and practice. It does not involve concentration, controlling the mind, or other forms of effortful manipulation of awareness. It does not require that you have any particular beliefs, any previous study, or any specific background in order to learn it and practice it with great benefit. Even those who have had difficulty meditating in the past are surprised at how easily and deeply they can meditate after learning this practice.
Through the practice of Neelakantha Meditation, you will find highly effective access to:
- Transform and grow in the direct experience of your own deepest reality and live everything that you are meant to live.
- Journey into the deeper spaces of consciousness to more fully access freedom, creativity, ease, and clarity.
- Deep insight, steadiness, love, and increasing delight in daily life.
The Power of Deep Meditation Practice
About Neelakantha Meditation and Our December Event
More video and audio are available
on the Blue Throat Yoga website.
What Is Included
The course begins with two days of in-person instruction from world-renowned scholar, Paul Muller-Ortega. By the end of the two days, you will be fully equipped with the technique and understanding to practice on your own each day with extraordinary benefit.
In these first two days, you’ll also learn the theoretical context and foundational principles of this powerful practice.
This is just the beginning of a lifetime of practice!
Over the following 18 months of this foundational course, your ongoing daily meditation practice will be supported and enriched in several important ways:
Welcome audio message
Ongoing Live Meditation Practice Teleseminars
Original translations of Tantric texts
Online Wisdom Library
Auditing Day 2 of Initiation events at no cost
Special Audio Satsangs
Additional Supporting Practices and Materials
Invitations to attend Meditation Retreats and to receive Advanced Initiations
In this rich combination of ongoing daily practice and study, you will continue to deepen and refine the practice of Neelakantha Meditation and the knowledge of the specific context and foundational principles underlying the practice, which is rooted in SvaTantra – the Tantric teachings of the ultimate freedom of Consciousness.
Professor Paul Muller-Ortega, Ph.D.,
Professor Paul Muller-Ortega, Ph.D., is a world-renowned scholar in the field of Indian Religion and Hindu Tantra. He is the founder of Blue Throat Yoga, which teaches the practice of Neelakantha Meditation and the elegant Svatantra philosophy of freedom in the Kashmir Shaivism tradition. He has taught meditation to thousands throughout the world, and served as Professor of Religion at Michigan State and the University of Rochester. Paul brings to his teaching the rare combination of knowledge and experience, taking students on a profound guided tour of Consciousness that is life-changing and enlightening.
Blue Throat Yoga is a School for Meditation Studies designed to help you establish deep freedom and joy in everyday householder life.
Note: When you register for the meditation course, you’ll also receive a discount code that will give you 50% off the Mantric Fire Workshop happening on Friday, December 7.
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