To understand nature, creation and the laws of life – what does it really mean? What is the wisdom of life and does wisdom have the ability to spread through generations from person to person? Why does a person sometimes stubbornly prefer to be smart himself and not listen to others?
What is the difference between belief and practical knowledge? What does it mean, to know without knowing? Why can it take a lifetime to gain wisdom? Could this be one of the important goals of life? Where to get the right knowledge? What role does our own experience play in discovering the truth?
In the October “Path of Wisdom” lecture, we will explore the path to wisdom and wisdom as a phenomenon. We will learn what jnana yoga is and why it is said to be the highest yoga. We will also learn how yoga is related to becoming wise.
„The things you discover yourself are the truth. This is the only criterion of truth that you have in the teachings of the Siddhas.” Ishwarananda
Ingvar has walked the path of Siddha Yoga for over 30 years. In the “Path of Wisdom” lecture series, he shares in his own simple and practical way the deeper knowledge he has discovered on this journey. Ingvar has a special talent for making practical connections between spiritual and everyday knowledge.
Recording of the lecture will be available soon.
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