It’s as if each of us is trying to create our own little personal world in which we can feel comfortable, isn’t it?
So the need to find harmony – the state where everything fits together – is encoded in every human being. The search for harmony is always connected to every person’s life, through which they try to harmonise their inner world with their outer life. The problem, however, is that one person’s little harmony constantly collides with other harmonies, which can lead to contradictions or even conflicts. This shows that there is no uniform compatibility here.
“Everything that is not in natural harmony is in conflict. Discovering these contradictions is quite easy. By freeing oneself from contradictions, harmony gradually begins to grow on its own.” Ishwarananda
The sages have said that truth is also connected with beauty and harmony. In the March lecture we will take a closer look at harmony and clarify what we need to get rid of in order to create a harmonious world with as few contradictions as possible.
Ingvar has walked the path of Siddha Yoga for over 30 years. In the “Path of Wisdom” lecture series, he shares the deeper knowledge he has discovered on this journey in his own simple and practical way. Ingvar has a special talent for making practical connections between spiritual and everyday knowledge. “The teachings of the Siddhas are absolutely practical: do this and you will get the promised results,” he says.
Recording of the lecture will be available soon.
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