Date: Sunday 25th of October
Venue: Room 601 IES college, Opp Lilavati Hospital, Bandra West
Time: 10 am – 1:30 pm
Cost: Rs 500 (includes course hand outs)
Registration: On the spot (come by 9:30 am)
A special workshop with Ananda India’s Spiritual Director Nayaswami Dhyana. Based on the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda
- Practical tools for dynamic relaxation and de-stressing
- Techniques for increased Energy Levels and Concentration
- Change Your Magnetism, Change your Life — How your magnetism makes you who you are
- How to change your magnetism? How to become more magnetic?
What causes stress? Is there a scientific way of combating stress? Even better, is there a way of ‘preventing’ the onset of stress and worry? The answer is yes. In this workshop you’ll learn simple practical tools that will help you de-stress, increase your creative output and become success oriented on all planes. These tools and techniques, based on Paramhansa Yogananda’s teachings take only a few minutes to perform and can be done at home, workplace or when travelling between the two.
You will also learn the importance of magnetism in shaping your life, how to get rid of unwanted magnetism, how to prevent your energy being pulled down, and tools for cultivating the right magnetism.
For more details, call 9930631708 / 99303 08873 or write to email@example.com
About the speaker:
Nayaswami Dhyana, is co- spiritual director of Ananda Sangha. She started to study the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda in 1978 and met Swami Kriyananda in 1980. She has shared the teachings of Yogananda in the US, Europe, Africa, Australia and India and helped in the founding of several of Ananda communities and centers. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of California in Berkeley, California and worked in social service before moving to Ananda Village in California in 1980.
She’s been authorized by Swami Kriyananda to give initiation into the advanced meditation technique Kriya Yoga. She teaches locally and travels around India offering training in meditation and Raja Yoga.