The Art of Breathing –

                    Special events and course accompanying “Take a Breather – Now”

Family, job, society – life’s demands are high, sometimes too high. The result is worries, fears and stress. We lose our inner balance and are left without any power and energy.  We function but we don’t live. Yet we have our very own resource that will help us deal with stress and tension and lead a healthier life. 

Breath is life. Our breath is our companion from birth until the end of our lives. One of the main reasons of tension and stress comes from our mind constantly being either in the past or in the future. The breath will bring our mind to the present moment. It connects the outer world of activity with the inner world of silence.

This course, designed by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, will teach you: 

     
  • Practical knowledge and relaxation techniques for every day 
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  • meditation and powerful breathing techniques 
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  • Sudarshan Kriya, a unique breathing technique 
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Don’t miss this opportunity to attend this course held by Regina Bönsel! Exhale your stress and inhale happiness! 

You can take a sneak peek at the special event right before the course – a special event in the true sense of the meaning! You will be surprised!

The courses are offered regularly also in your region. If you would rather take this course later please send a message to info[at]atempause-jetzt.de for more information or find your course on www.artofliving.org


                 

Wisdom by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

"Celebrating Love"

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

What is the difference between a tourist and a pilgrim? Both are on a journey. Where a tourist satisfies the senses, a pilgrim is in quest of the truth. A tourist gets tired and tanned, while a pilgrim sparkles with spirit. Every move a pilgrim makes is done with sacredness and gratitude, while a tourist is often preoccupied and unaware. A tourist compares his journey with other experiences and places, and thus is not in the present moment. But a pilgrim has a sense of sacredness so he tends to be in the present moment.

Most people in life are just tourists without even being aware of it. Only a few make their life a pilgrimage. Tourists come, look around, take pictures in their minds, only to come back again. But pilgrims are at home everywhere – they are hollow and empty. When you consider life to be sacred, nature waits on you.

Are you a tourist or a pilgrim?

"Celebrating Love" order now

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