What is sin? Are problems in life sins or are sins rather the consequence of these problems? How do sins arise? How are sins related to commandments and prohibitions or right and wrong deeds? How to interpret the common expression “sinful thoughts”?
How does one get rid of sins? Does repentance mean realizing one’s mistakes, understanding the consequences of one’s actions, and asking for forgiveness? How to live without committing a sin, is it even possible? We are looking for answers to all these questions and those of the audience in the January “Path of Wisdom” lecture.
„The goal of all practice is to get rid of sin.“ Ishwarananda
Ingvar, who has been walking the path of Siddha Yoga for over 30 years, shares the deeper knowledge he has discovered on this journey with a wide audience 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 one’s true abilities and potential. The teachings of the Siddhas are completely practical: do this and you will get results, he says.
Recording of the lecture will be available soon.
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