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Raja Yoga Intensive Course

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Learn the philosophy of Raja Yoga in one week in this intensive course from Monday to Friday 4 – 5.30pm. Course repeated each week starting on Mondays. Please book.

For booking: Tel: 01223 464616 Email: Web:

The course offers a deep and practical study for dealing with life’s challenges positively through an understanding of the spiritual laws that govern us all. 

What is Raja Yoga? Raja Yoga meditation is a philosophy of life that is made practical with the associated method of meditation. It helps us to attain both happiness and clarity of mind. It sets out in very clear and simple terms a new way of seeing and understanding ourselves in relation to the world we live in.

The knowledge of Raja Yoga challenges our commonly accepted beliefs and takes us on a journey deep into the meaning of who we are and what our highest purpose can be. 

In this present world where more and more of us get pulled into a spiral of expectations and increasing dependencies that eventually affect the quality of our lives, it is necessary for us to learn to be free from the web of our own creation.

The name ‘Raja Yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘raja’ meaning king or master. The method teaches us how to become masters of our mind and senses. It frees us from conscious or subconscious subservience. The more we become free from dependency and subservience, the more we are able to re experience our original nature of peace, happiness and compassion.

Emotional stability is essential for improved concentration and clarity of mind and it leads us to a life where there is both richness of the head and richness of the heart. Eventually such a process will make our world richer.

This talk is part of the Inner Space, The Meditation Centre series.

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