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In the New Year RESOLVE … to MEDITATE … to ACHIEVE

3 masterclasses Relaxation & meditation techniques for well-being and awakening inner potential

 

PR-Inside.com: 2016-12-20 22:10:16
FREE WORLDWIDE WEB EVENTS

2, 3 & 4 JANUARY 2017 - starting from Mindnight of the 2nd of January.

www.heartfulness.org/masterclass

The New Year is a time for evaluating our lives and the year’s events, for resolutions to improve and transform.

To better achieve these noble attempts at improvement, an effective set of techniques will be presented to the public in three online masterclasses by Kamlesh D. Patel, the spiritual guide and global head of Heartfulness, known to many as Daaji.


The Heartfulness Institute, a non-profit and the organizer of the event, today announced the series of three public web sessions, which are offered at no cost to all above 15 years of age.

The core practices of Heartfulness provide a practical and skilful approach to meditation, relaxation and self-development. They foster well-being and develop inner potential. This method is easily integrated in the midst of modern-day living.

Monday, 2 January: RELAX & EXPAND CONSCIOUSNESS

In the first class, learn the Heartfulness relaxation for physical well-being and the Heartfulness guided meditation on the source of light within your own heart.

Tuesday, 3 January: UNWIND & SIMPLIFY

In the second class, be guided through a simple technique of unwinding the mind at the end of the day, to let go of stress and emotions, rejuvenate and simplify your life.

Wednesday, 4 January: CONNECT WITH YOUR INNER SELF

In the third class, learn to connect with your inner self by listening to the heart’s voice. Observe your deepest feelings, make wise choices, and weave your destiny.

By attending these three classes, you will learn to:

 Relax for physical well-being

 Meditate on the heart

 Experience transmission

 Deepen your meditation

 Unwind the mind at the end of the day

 Let go of emotional stress & rejuvenate

 Connect to your inner self

 Observe your deepest feelings

 Make wise life choices

 Find inner strength

 Nurture relationships

 Find joy within

“Many thought leaders today recognize the inner universe of the heart as the next frontier in the expansion of consciousness, and thus in human evolution. The heart gives us inner strength, courage, innate compassion, empathy and goodness, and allows us to respect a diversity of opinions, ideas and ways of life,” said Kamlesh Patel. “We are confident that sharing the Heartfulness method will help you listen to your heart’s voice and thus master your life.”

Heartfulness is an inclusive and non-dogmatic way to experience and sustain inner repose, balance and peace of mind – some of the natural outcomes of this gentle, silent heart-based meditation.

“In the past, the Heartfulness practice was primarily available to those who discovered it by word of mouth, but now it is accessible to everyone through public conferences, online seminars and webcasts,” said Victor Kannan, the Director of the Heartfulness Institute in North America.

“Since 2015, at large-scale interactive events in India, Europe, North America and Australia, hundreds of thousands of people have learned the Heartfulness relaxation and meditation techniques. We are now delighted to offer online classes to the world.”

ORIGINS AND GLOBAL PRESENCE:

Heartfulness is an approach to the Raja Yoga system of meditation called Sahaj Marg, founded at the turn of the 20th century and formalized into an organization in 1945. More than seventy years later, Heartfulness has been adopted globally by groups across civil society, government departments, schools and colleges and the corporate world.

In 130 countries, supported by 7,000 certified volunteer trainers, over a million people are practicing Heartfulness. This number continues to grow globally through hundreds of Heartfulness Centers worldwide.

REGISTER FOR FREE AT: WWW.HEARTFULNESS.ORG/MASTERCLASS

ABOUT KAMLESH D. PATEL:

Known to many as Daaji, Kamlesh D. Patel is the fourth guide in the Heartfulness tradition of meditation. Embracing the many roles of a modern-day teacher, he has that rare capacity that allows him to dive deep into the center of his existence in the heart, and simultaneously have a scientific approach to original research in the field of meditation, spirituality and human evolution.

He is a prolific speaker and writer, and you can read his latest series on the evolution of consciousness at www.heartfulnessmagazine.com/evolution-of-consciousness/.

To learn more about Daaji, go to www.daaji.org.

ABOUT HEARTFULNESS INSTITUTE

Heartfulness Institute is a non-profit organization that promotes well-being and self-development through meditation, research and training.

The Institute offers programs for individuals, corporates, government departments and the armed services, schools and colleges, rural communities and civil society groups worldwide, supported by certified trainers who are volunteers and who offer their time and expertise in this social cause.

www.heartfulness.org

CONTACT: masterclass@heartfulness.org

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The Heartfulness Institute
11907 Jim Bridger Road

Austin, TX 78737-4107

Sanjay Sehgal
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