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Mon 6 Jul 2015, 10:00am–7:00pm
Tue 7 Jul 2015, 6:00am–7:00pm
Wed 8 Jul 2015, 6:00am–7:00pm
Thu 9 Jul 2015, 6:00am–7:00pm
Fri 10 Jul 2015, 6:00am–7:00pm
Sat 11 Jul 2015, 6:00am–7:00pm
Sun 12 Jul 2015, 6:00am–11:00am

Where: Anahata Yoga Retreat, 727 Bird Road, Bird's Clearing, Takaka, Golden Bay, New Zealand, Golden Bay, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: M

In this course you will:

- Come to understand that the purpose of meditation is to develop a working relationship with the mind in order to recognize, accept and find release from the influence of impressions/memories

- Be exposed to classical meditation techniques, such as Antar mouna, Ajapa Japa, Hridayakasha Darshan and SWAN self-analysis

- Learn how not to fight with the mind, nor fear it, but just let it unfold

- Follow a well tested progression of practices, allowing you to advance at your own pace

- Be guided to develop a different relationship with yourself based on observation, acceptance, insight and friendship

Retreat also includes:
- Hatha Yoga classes
- Daily chanting
- Karma yoga (action with meditative awareness)
- Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)
- Ancient fire ceremonies (havan) and kirtan chanting
- Periods of silence for reflection

This course is suitable:
- for all sincere students, seekers, and spiritual adventurers
- To develop and extend your regular meditation practice of finding the answers within the self
- Each meditation experience is unique with the potential to go deeper each time. Students often attend the course multiple times

The teacher is an internationally respected teacher who specializes in meditation. He has studied a wide variety of yogic disciplines for over 30 years, training and teaching in ashrams in Australia and India, as well as conducting courses on meditation internationally. One of his main teaching duties over the last 10 years has been the four month course held annually in Bihar School of Yoga in India.
 This brought insight into the effect of sustained practise over a period of time.