The Sound of Sanskrit: The Language of Yoga for Yoga Teachers
Date: Sun 23 May
Time: 1000-1300 BST (UK Time)
Venue: Online via Zoom
Would you like to practice mantra with confidence? Would you like to feel confident sharing sound practices in classes and workshops?
Sound is the most profound medium through which to effect spiritual transformation. It is integral to understanding and experiencing yoga philosophy. Would you like to connect to a deeper immersion into mantrah. This workshop will gift you an immersive experience where you will practice the sound of sanskrit through:
- the yoga sūtra
- the śiva sūtra
- the 16 divine mothers
- how to pronounce the bīja mantraḥ,
- the true significance of the mystical sound oṁ
About the Sanskrit language
Sanskrit is the language of ancient India, the mother of English, and the langauge in which all the yogic texts were composed. Fabled for its mystical power, each letter holds a unique resonance. Feel this resonance for yourself by learning how to correctly pronouce these letters.
The study of the Sanskrit language is in itself a spiritual discipline. Our mind tends to be only as free as the language in which it is has been moulded by. Engaging with the Sanskrit language has the capacity to allow a wisdom and a knowing outside of our normal thinking processes to arise within us.
The Sanskrit language is an aid to:
- Understanding in depth the wisdom of the Upanishads and the Yoga Sutras- Understanding spiritual concepts which are not capable of accurate expression in English
- Purifying the mind through sound
- Understanding the laws of creation
- Learning sound meditations effective in tuning the mind so that it becomes a suitable vehicle for self-realisation
- Learning much of the value about one’s own language
This event will take place via zoom and recorded for life time access.
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