Positive Thinking for Self-Renewal
with Swami Hamsananda
February 20 - 25, 2024
Renew your outlook on life with the ancient tools of Yoga. Learn practical and accessible Yoga techniques to open the heart, to generate positive thought patterns and to overcome negative tendencies. In this atmosphere, it is difficult for us to access our innate positive and joyful nature, and to remember the goodness of human beings and the grace of God. The Positive Thinking course delivers practical Yoga tools to recharge and reconnect with the beauty and meaning of your life. We can not change the external but we can change our outlook towards it.
We cannot rewrite the past and it is not helpful to worry about the future, but we can live in the solid present and recognize this moment as golden opportunity. Workshops and lectures specifically on the power of thought, how to live in the present, and how to turn negative feelings and thoughts to positive feelings and positive actions, how to manage stress and respond positively to challenges. Yoga psychology and philosophy have a wealth of techniques and information that will help us to cope with this fast-paced modern living and changing conditions.
- Four paths of Yoga in response to negative emotions
- Thought Power
- Heart intelligence
- Yoga asanas
- How to manage stress, anger and fear
6-8am Satsang: Silent meditation, chanting and lecture
8-10am Yoga Class
11am Karma Yoga
3-4pm Free Time and Nature walks
4-6pm Open Yoga Class
7-8pm Free Time
8-10pm Satsang: meditation, chanting and lecture
There are no prerequisites other than a sincere desire to learn classical yoga.
“Essentials of Yoga Practice & Philosophy” by Swami Sitaramananda
“Positive Thinking Pamphlet” by Swami Sitaramananda
Swami Hamsananda is a senior staff teacher at the Yoga Farm, taking TTC in 2010 and Advanced TTC in 2014. Swami Hamsananda took Brahmacharya vows in 2014 and sannyas in 2022. She graduated from the the Sivananda Yoga Health Educator Training in 2019 and is a Certified Yoga…
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