Geshe Gyalten’s – Naro Yoga & Meditation World Tour
Tibetan Naro Yoga and Meditation
In this weekend course you will learn a simple, yet profound Naro Yoga and Meditation Technique from a great Tibetan teacher and master; Geshe Gyälten.
Naro Yoga – This style of Yoga comes from the great Yogi and enlightened master Naropa. Another name for this Yoga is Magical Wheel Exercises (Trul -Khor). It’s over 1000 years old.
Geshe Gyälten received transmission of this Naro Yoga from great yogi HE Choden Rinpoche. He has been practicing this for 15 years.
This practice is open to everyone, regardless of age and no previous yoga experience necessary.
About this Yoga:
This ancient and profound Naro Tibetan Yoga system dates back over 1000 years. It combines breath work, physical exercises and meditation and is extremely powerful in moving energy into every part of the body. It’s a simple combination practice of physical movement and meditation.
Some of the short term benefits include: lowering blood sugar levels, cholesterol, and the alleviation of general sluggishness. Strengthening nerves, chakra and increasing our inner fire (Tummo). Through this practice you can create a foundation of inner heat, which in turn enhances mental focus, clarity, and sparks joy from within. It improves digestion, metabolic function and reduces stress and tension. It allows you to feel more connected, satisfied, balanced and grounded.
The long term benefits include: making the mind more stable, lucid and assisting in awakening the innate consciousness and divine energy from within.
This systematic Yogic practice supports the integration of body, speech and mind energy. This practice includes meditation (Mental Yoga) breathing exercises (Speech Yoga) and ancient yoga for health, wellbeing and realizing innate potential.
Other Benefits Include:
1. Support of the Psychological healing Process.
2. Holistic exercise-a self-development technique for the body, mind and spirit.
3. Perfects the body physically, mentally and spiritually.
4. Gaining mastery over the body and senses.
5. Improving general health and overall wellbeing.
6. Strengthening and balancing all parts of the body.
7. Combining exercise, breathing and meditation.
8. Detoxification and purification.
9. Reducing blood pressure. It is particularly beneficial for heart disease.
10. Decreasing depression, insomnia, pain and fatigue.
11. Anti-aging; supports: clearing the mind, focus, calm, clarity, enhancing stamina, strength and flexibility.
Misconceptions of Meditation:
There are many misconceptions about meditation. It is not a red light stop sign for body, speech and mind, to sit and do nothing, be silent and say nothing. To quiet and think nothing. It is a method to awaken the innate wisdom from within us, create awareness and create joy and happiness from within.
It is our birthright to be heathy and successful for our benefit and the benefit of all beings. We are often waiting for something or someone to make us feel alive, to find joy and bliss when we already have access to these in and around us.
Meditation and yoga have a profound capacity to both prevent and heal mental and physical discomfort and illness.
Join us on this wonderful voyage weekend. An inner voyage to the beautiful Heart Island at the very center and core of your being. The beautiful Lotus Island that is within us all.
We look forward to sharing this journey with you.