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10 Days AMP/AOS

24th September - 8th October

It is ideal to take 10 days off every year for yourself, like you take your car for servicing. During that time, align yourself with nature, do some exercise, eat proper food, do some yoga, some breathing exercises, being in silence. Aligning yourselves with nature, your whole system gets recharged, it makes the whole year. We feel so vibrant and enthusiastic.

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7 Days AMP/AMP

27th September - 8th October

The  7 days Advanced Meditation Program can help you drop limiting beliefs, regrets and worries, and tap into a bigger vision for yourself. You come back to your life more grounded, more centered, more wise. You find a joy that is unshaken by outer circumstances. And the more often you do this retreat, the more this strength and freedom builds inside of you.


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5 Days AMP/AOS

29th September - 8th October

The  program is designed for cleansing your body and mind thoroughly and to totally refresh and renew you. Get soaked in the joy of celebrations!

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Blessing Program

29th September - 8th October

The Blessings Program is a subtle yet powerful program that includes unique processes and meditations designed to take the individual to a deep state of gratitude and fullness. Participants report that more than any other program they have taken, they become aware of the tremendous grace that flows to them and through them.

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Vedic Wisdom

29th September - 8th October

This ancient Vedic knowledge enriches human life and is as relevant today as it has ever been. This program enables one to unravel some of the secrets of this timeless and ancient wisdom.

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22nd September - 27th September

Sanyam means a combined simultaneous practice of Dhāraṇā (concentration), Dhyāna (meditation) & Samādhi (union). A tool to receive deeper knowledge of qualities of the object. It’s a term summarizing the ‘catch-all’ process of psychological absorption in the object of

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Guru Puja

A puja is a ceremony of gratitude. The Sanskrit word “puja” means “fullness”. Puja is done out of a feeling of fullness and in turn it also brings a feeling of fullness.
The Guru Puja honors the lineage of spiritual masters of the Vedic tradition. Chanting the Guru Puja unites one’s mind with the tradition of spiritual masters.
Course participants learn how to chant the Guru Puja in Sanksrit and the meaning of the chant.

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