|WHAT'S ON THIS WEEK AT HARMONY HOUSE|
Sat, 8th Feb from 7:30 - 9:00 pm
"True Freedom Brings Inner Peace & Inner Power"
by Pavitra Sangwan
True freedom is a stage that is experienced from within the self - it is not to do with outer chains or bondages. It is a state of mind in which everything is possible; where there is a solution to situation; where there is absolute optimism in life. When we arrive at such a state of mind it gives us absolute inner peace and inner power. No one can give you such a freedom except yourself.
Pavitra who is a regular teacher at Harmony House has been practicing Raj Yoga meditation for more than a decade. She will share her personal experiences and insights into the real meaning of freedom and how to experience it.
Sun, 9th Feb from 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Sat, 15th Feb from 7:30 – 9:00pm
Creative Meditation “A Silent Mind”
By Aruna Ladva
Due to popular request, Aruna will conduct her creative meditation session based on her recent article “A Silent Mind”. This session is a mix of guided meditation, experiments with the mind and thoughts, and creative visualization. Come with an open mind – the mind is like a parachute, it works best when it’s open!
Due to the nature of this creative meditation session, we have limited seats, please firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this “Creative Meditation” if you are interested to join us. Seating will be on first come first serve basis. Register NOW to avoid disappointment.
All programs, unless specified are held at Harmony House, Kuwait:
Harmony House Meditation Centre
Villa 3, Block 5
Shaheen Al Ghanim Street Shara 59
T: +965-2565 4062
Heal the Heel
The mythical Greek hero Achilles was thought to be immortal. He won many great battles in the Trojan War, yet he was defeated because of his one area of vulnerability – his heel. There had been a prophecy that Achilles would die young, and therefore his mother Thetis dipped her baby son in the river Styx in an attempt to make him immortal. She held him by his left heel, and thus the area where she held him did not touch the water. He was therefore killed by his opponent Paris on the battlefield, by a well-aimed arrow in his heel the only part of him that was not immortal.