Why is it sometimes said that there is power in silence, or that silence cannot be disturbed by anything? What is that power in silence then? Can you create silence? How and why to accumulate and use that power of silence? How to avoid “leakage” of that power? Is it even possible and accessible for a regular person? How to find silence in a noisy environment? Does it require special skills and conditions? What is the yoga of silence or mauna yoga? How to integrate more silence into your daily life? Why do all kinds of sacred places seem to be so full of silence, that it feels as if time stopped there and you feel good and content in a natural way?
We tend to have more questions than answers about silence because silence in the regular sense is practically unknown to people. In the October lecture we will investigate it and you will also get experience of a guided practice of silence.
“Silence is speaking to you without talking.” Ishwarananda
Ingvar, who has followed the path of siddha-yoga for over 30 years, shares the deeper knowledge he discovered on this journey with the wider public in his own simple and practical way as part of the “Path of Knowledge” series. He shows how to bring seemingly distant spiritual knowledge into everyday life and discover your true abilities and potential.
Recording of the lecture will be available soon.
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