The Yogic Path of Karma Yoga with Swami Nityamuktananda Saraswati

Yoga Philosophy and Meditation

The Path of Karma Yoga

23 April 2011 (Saturday)
8.00am to 9.15am - Zen exercise and Meditation
9.30am to 11.00am - Karma and karma yoga - Action, Cause and Effect
1.00pm to 2.30pm - Freedom and responsibility, interconnectivity with action
2.45pm to 3.45pm - Q&A and Meditation

24 April 2011 (Sunday)
8.00am to 9.15am - Zen exercise and Meditation
9.30am to 11.00am - Self-less service to others (seva practices), profound ways of putting spiritual knowledge into action
1.00pm to 2.30pm - Dynamics between seva and one's own practices, bringing a new attitude and consciousness to what we do
2.45pm to 3.45pm - Q&A and Meditation

Morning Meditation
25 & 26 April 2011 (Monday & Tuesday), 6.30am to 8.00am
In the early morning hours, energies are special, life is stiller, peace is more tangible. To start the day with time out for yourself, in this atmosphere will set a different tone to your day. Swami Nityamuktananda will introduce a short, balancing exercise as preparation for meditation, followed by a step by step introductions.

10 Selegie Road #01-50
Singapore 180010
phone: +65 64422881

To register please fill in this form online or call +65 6442 2881

O  Talks, 23 and 24 April 2011
Morning Meditation, 25 and 26 April 2011

The yogic practice of donation (dana / dakshina) is empowering you to decide how much to contribute in the balance of give and take of life. Hence participation is on donation basis.

About Swami Nityamuktananda Saraswati:
Swami Nityamuktananda Saraswati (Dr. Christa-Maria Herrmann) studied Theology, Education, Psychology, Philosophy and Art and Design (Ceramics) at various universities which was followed by extensive travel and study in Asia, Australia and America (Taoism, Zen and Tibetan Buddhism and various indigenous spiritual paths.

Deep involvement in Meditation and working with great spiritual Masters , Zen-Masters, Siddhas, Lama and Tulku T.Y.S. Gangchen, the great Yogi Swami Maheshananda,  H.H. Swami Anubhavananda (Supreme Acharya of Vedanta) and Mandeleshwara Swami Veda Bharati from the Himalayan Tradition.

Her Doctorate is in Eco-philosophy: the Mahabhutas (Five Great Elements); she contributes world-wide in conferences and workshops on various aspects of "Yoga philosophy" and Meditation. In 1997 she received a 'World-Peace Prize' (LGWPF/ NGO of UN).

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