Beginning Monday, March 4th, 2013
Course is held on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for two weeks. Since each class is connected to the next, plan to attend all, in sequence.
Choose from two sessions:
Noon: 12:00PM-1:00PM or Evening: 6:30PM-8:00PM
Learn Raja Yoga Meditation
Raja Yoga is an ancient system of meditation and spiritual understanding. It enables us to return to a state of inner peace, personal power and self-worth through re-kindling the soul's original qualities and virtues. It provides many answers to age-old questions relating to our identity and purpose and opens up a pathway to true peace of mind and a natural state of happiness. At its deepest level, Raja Yoga Meditation is taught as a method of self-awareness, leading ultimately to self-realization.
The Foundation Course in Meditation Includes:
- The method and experience of meditation;
- Understanding the nature of the self and God;
- The philosophy of karma and the cycle of time; and
- Making meditation and spirituality a practical part of your daily life.
Benefits of Raja Yoga Meditation
Peace of mind; relaxation of body, mind and spirit; new attitudes and responses to life; positive relationships; a deep sense of self-worth Greater concentration and clarity; a clearer sense of purpose and inner stability and contentment.
All workshops and events at the Museum are free of charge, however, your voluntary, tax-deductible contributions are appreciated. Register at: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2785943833 or through our Meetup Group at www.Meetup.com/MeditationMuseum
The Meditation Museum is a small unique museum which invites visitors to enhance the quality of their thoughts, their lives and the world around them. The museum is specifically designed to bring us back to a knowledge of our true selves and our responsibility to humanity. Our hope is that everyone who experiences the museum finds his or her own authentic meaning for life. For more information or to view a complete listing of upcoming workshops and events, please visit: www.MeditationMuseum.org