Highlights for Week 3 - Fall 2021 Virtual Workshop

Dear Friend

Today we are happy to share upcoming highlights for the final week of the Fall 2021, 20-hour HYT-TTP Virtual Workshop: Meditation - The Core Practice of the Himalayan Tradition.

Recordings of all sessions will be available for registered participants through February of 2022 and so if you have not yet registered for this workshop, you can still do so and enjoy the wisdom and benefits of the teachings given over these last few weeks. Please click "Register Now!" at the bottom of this email to register.
If you have already registered for the workshop, thank you for your participation; we look forward to the completion of our 20-hour virtual workshop with you.

Virtual Workshop Details: The Virtual Workshop runs from 11/06/2021 - 11/21/2021.

Friday sessions begin at 7:30 PM EST / 12:30 AM GMT / 6:00 AM IDT (Saturday morning).
Saturday and Sunday sessions begin at 9:00 AM EST / 2:00 PM GMT / 7:30 PM IDT (same day).
This 20-hour Virtual Workshop is designed for all HYT-TTP Students, Graduates and Mentors; as well as any current Yoga Teachers or serious practitioners. We will provide Yoga Alliance CEUs for all sessions. The HYT-TTP Faculty will provide approximately 2 1/2-hour sessions, including live Q&As. 

Read on for details on the upcoming sessions for Week Three!
Week 3 Highlights: 
11/19, 07:30 PM EST: Meditation Sadhana as a Way of Life - Chuck Linke

This session will be an exploration of the practices of integrating meditation into one's daily life, creating the base of a consistent seated practice, accompanied by the expansion of that practice outward.
We will also preface tonight's Full Moon meditation through a look at what this brings to our individual practice.
Chuck Linke, M.S., RYT 500: A student in the Himalayan Yoga Tradition since 1970, presenting topics to students across the spectrum found throughout the tradition, Chuck is also serving as the Director of the Himalayan Yoga Teachers Training Program for over 10 years.
11/20, 9:00 AM EST: Advancing Mantra Practice After Initiation - Swami Ritavan Bharati

Seekers on the spiritual path are familiar with prayer, meditation and contemplation. With each of these the mystery of word reveals a deeper, more intimate and meaningful relationship with the divinity as higher consciousness.
It is said in the mantra science - mantra shastra - that without mantra, there is no meditation. Understanding the language of spirituality is necessary for meditation to bear fruit. It is imperative that a seeker understands the art and science of mantra, and practices the ways and means of meditation faithfully and whole-heartedly. This session will explore the purpose and application of mantra in meditation, along with the subtle philosophy of language, vak-shakti, and the sacred word, shabda, in the mantra science.
Swami Ritavan, MS, E-RYT-500, Ashram Pramukha and Spiritual Guide: Swami Ritavan has lived a life dedicated to serving Swami Rama and Swami Veda Bharati since 1970. After having been initiated at the age of 20, he transited through all the three Ashrams of Vedic life (Brahmacharya, Grihastha, and Vanaprastha) under the direct guidance of Swami Rama and Swami Veda Bharati. He was then initiated into Sanyasa in 2007. He has guided numerous silence and meditation retreats throughout the world and has been instrumental in guiding the International HYT-TTP. He is also a Mantra Initiator within the Tradition of the Himalayan Masters and now serves as Ashram Pramukha and Spiritual Guide of SRSG and the global AHYMSIN community.
11/21, 9:00 AM EST: Panel Discussion, Questions and Answers, Closing - All Presenters

The last presentation of the workshop will bring the faculty together to discuss further Meditation as the Core Practice in the Himalayan Tradition. There will be an integration of all the previous sessions allowing time to answer questions that remain from those sessions. Swami Ritavan will be present at this session to give his blessings and his appreciation to all for participating in this workshop and supporting SRSG. 
Cost of the Virtual Workshop
To help sustain the Ashram during this difficult time, all the proceeds from this workshop will be donated to SRSG. We are recommending a donation of US$180.00 for those that live in High-Income Countries, US$140.00 for those in Middle-Income Countries, and US$90.00 for those in Low-Income Countries. If you cannot attend, an option of sponsoring a low-income student is provided. Of course, any additional donations will be appreciated. The registration site is on Constant Contact and will allow you to pay using your credit card or your PayPal account.  
In Loving Service,
HYT-TTP Administration
If you have any questions, please email: info@hyt-ttp.com
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