21 STAGES of MEDITATION

In this course we will touch all the aspects of our being, our personality, our pain, our inspiration and life force to approach this core of consciousness. It is not a linear journey from A to B, it is an endless path of experience and discovery. Join us to live and expand your precious sense of being beyond description.

A Journey to the SELF
A MEDITATIVE EXPERIENCE
As taught by Yogi Bhajan

In each of us there is a core of consciousness, a consciousness that experiences all and goes beyond concepts, thoughts and patterns, a consciousness that simply is.

'If you don’t go within, you’ll go without.' Yogi Bhajan

Location: Golden Link, Den Texstraat 46, Amsterdam.

Dates:     
1st Journey, The Crystallised Self, 11-14 November 2016
2nd Journey, The Expressive Self, 6-9 January 2017
3rd Journey, The Transcendent Self, 24-27 March 2017

Arrival on the 1st day between 17.00 and 18.00.  Departure on the last day at 16.00.
It is possible to come to just one or two modules.
€250,- for a 3 day module, €630,- for 3 modules.
€225,- for the early bird price if you pay 3 months earlier.
Food and lodging €150,-  per person for each module.
Cost per 3 day module is between €360,- and €400,-.

Teacher: Sat Atma Kaur Khalsa (Amsterdam/France)
About Sat Atma: I started yoga with Yogi Bhajan in 1979 and -by God’s grace-continue to get into it deeper and deeper. I am teaching in many places, mainly as a Kundalini teacher trainer. I am also a Sat Nam Rasayan healer and teacher. I love to share the teachings and come to that place of connection, unity and light.

For more information or registration, please write to Jiwan Shakti Kaur TT@goldenlink.nl

This course is part of the requirements for KRI Kundalini Yoga Level 3 Teacher Training, if you do it while doing the Level 3. All are welcome who like to meditate and want to go deeper in the experience.

‘It comes to one understanding: there is no heaven and there is no hell; there is no guilt and there is no nonsense. All you have to do is to make sense.
To whom? To yourself.’  Yogi Bhajan