This event consists of 2 parts:
1st – Love what you do is in the morning from 9.30 - 12.30.
2nd – Live a succesful life starts at 13.00 - 16.30.
You can book the whole day (€80,-) or join partially (€45,-).
In spiritual traditions it is often said that one should enjoy the HERE and NOW. However, we often resist what is there and what needs to be done. During this workshop you will learn how to manage tasks successfully with Vedanta, how to deal with discussions and with feelings of anger and conflict. The Vedanta teachings create a larger context for you, a context that gives you meaning. This helps you to develop love for what is and what needs to happen.
PART 1 – 09.30 - 12.30 (€45,-)
Vedanta is not only the philosophy of universal unity, it is also often seen as the philosophy of complete freedom. During this workshop you learn how to bring this freedom into your daily life and how this freedom leads you to more happiness, independence and peace. So you not only discover what you would like to do, but you also start to love what you are already doing. You will learn how to manage tasks successfully with Vedanta, how to deal with discussions and with feelings of anger and conflict. The Vedanta teachings create a larger context for you, a context that gives you meaning. This helps you to develop love for what is and what needs to happen.
PART 2 – 13.30 - 16.30 (€45,-)
In the West, a lot of meaning is attributed to material things and social or financial status. It is these things that define our life's success. In Vedanta success is a concept of harmony of the whole. The key to success is to find and align yourself with your Dharma, or true purpose in life. Vedanta says that when you’re in your Dharma, you receive support from within. This means that you develop an inner knowing, your life becomes less of an effort, and your actions become spontaneously correct both for yourself and for the world around you. The attitude that results from this can provide a lot of peace and harmony in your life.
These teachings of Vedanta are open for everyone of every age, race, tradition or religion. Listening with an open mind is required. You will gain knowledge that leads to lasting freedom and happiness that all people are striving for.
The lessons are given in English. All income from this event will be donated to Swami's Gurukalam in India.
Swami Tattvarupananda was born in 1971 in Kerala, India and is a direct student of Sri Swami Dayananda Saraswati, a great Vedanta teacher and enlightened soul. Swami lived and studied Vedanta and Sankrit under the direction of Swami Dayananda Saraswati.
His lectures are lively, simple and practical, supported by the wisdom of years of practice and experience. Swami is a master of storytelling and likes to tell in analogies. His stories are steeped in profound humor.
He leads a Gurukulam in India, in which gifted children from the poorest families are taught traditional and academic disciplines and instructed in spiritual teachings. Swamiji finances the school through his worldwide lectures and donations. All income from this event will be donated to his Gurukalam.