November 30th- December 1st, 2012 The Path of Luminous Shabda Introduction to Sanskrit with Manorama Enjoy Manorama’s playful & dynamic style of sharing Sanskrit, as Luminous Shabda. During this workshop of personal and spiritual exploration combined with Sanskrit study Manorama will guide the student on the Path of Luminous Shabda, sacred sound as light. Join Manorama for this unique course designed to awaken the mind and heart of the individual in his/her quest for Sanskrit & Yogic knowledge. Tap into the luminous blueprint of energy that exists within you, through awareness of sound. This course offers a new lens through which to view the vast and enlightening subject – Sanskrit, language of Yoga. To listen to Manorama describe more about this course click here.
Level: Appropriate for all students, Yoga teachers and anyone interested to deepen their practice of Self Knowledge through chanting, Sanskrit & Yoga. Please bring: notebook, pencil/pen, meditation shawl What’s a Guru for? TM With Manorama Teachers in yoga must learn to both ground in and then shift beyond their personal perspective to allow the gift of the impersonal teachings to flow through. A teacher’s job is to help the student set up the questions that help them fight the particular struggle they are working on. They should support the student in discovering the next step, where the student needs to work to evolve into a greater understanding of Self in their life as an actual experience, not just as a statement, but as a living experience. By the time we are a certain age we all experience some measure of suffering so that we are ripe and ready to begin relating with the questions posed by the yogic traditions. Through their own self-work, a good teacher provides the needed translation and interpretation for uncovering a deeper relationship with teachings. A teacher not only studies the teachings of yoga, but also watches how the student they work with understands it. A competent teacher will let the student know if they are in alignment or out of alignment. A teacher always sees teachings according to how they stand in relation to them. © 2012
What’s a Guru For? TM by Luminous Shabda/ Sanskrit Studies/Manorama
Friday, November 30th
Introduction to Sanskrit
$85 + $26 materials fee
Saturday , December 1st
What”s a Guru For?
$85 + 26 materials fee