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Á þessari síðu finnur þú ýmis ráð og greinar eftir mig og aðrar áhugaverðar upplýsingar um allt sem tengist andlegum málefnum og óhefðbundnum lækningum.

Ég hef einnig til sölu úrval fallegra handgerðra silfur skartgripa setta orkusteinum og kristöllum á frábæru verði.


Nýjustu fréttir


Vertu besta útgáfan af sjálfri/sjálfum þér!

Monday, 5. January 2015

Gleðilegt nýtt ár kæru vinir! Við óskum ykkur gleði, friðar og góðri heilsu á nýju ári

Hér kemur smá pistill frá Edwin í tengslum við hugleiðslu og áhrif hennar á okkur sjálf.
Hugleiðslu námskeið fyrir byrjendur byrjar svo hjá okkur 15.janúar nk.


NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS

I love going to the gym for a good workout and one of the things I’ve noticed by the years is the peak of visitors in January. It doesn’t last long though, a month or two maybe and it’s all back to normal again. A new year is always a great momentum to ‘change’ ourselves.. as long as it lasts.

What makes people give up?

My personal experience is, that it comes down to trust! I found out at some point, that I could not make an agreement with myself. I told myself for instance to stop smoking and I did..… not! Using meditation I contemplated on this and found out; I could not trust myself for making an agreement with myself.

But, you can’t be trusted with one thing, and not with another thing. When you find a root cause to a problem, it most of the times is a pattern affecting many parts of your life. So I did two things: one – I made a contract with myself writing down what I wanted to do and what not and two – I dedicated time to find out why I could not trust myself and how that affected my life. Since then I no longer smoke!

Now this is a very empowering situation, because trust is a fundamental element to survive in this world. And it helped me to achieve great things in life! So what has meditation got to do with this? Meditation helps you to be mindful and aware of who you truly are. Using certain meditation techniques you can learn to ‘talk’ to yourself and ask your inner wisdom to guide you. You are the best person to help you! You only need to know how to get yourself in that state of mind; honestly listening to what your soul has to tell you.

So what is holding you back? Join our 6 weeks beginners class on meditation where we will spend some time doing exercises to help you discover why and what is holding you back from being…. mmm…. may I say AMAZING!

###### course details ######
Class will be in English and each course will have 6 classes, every Thursday at 20:00 for 6 weeks. We begin on january 15th :)
– total time per class is approx 60 minutes
– max 8 persons (3 spots available now but we are taking registrations for the next course)
– costs 12.000 for course
– tutor: Edwin (Tinna joins every other week)

 

 

Smá pistill frá Edwin

Tuesday, 23. December 2014

CHRISTMAS, TRADITIONS AND COMPASSION

We are closing in on Christmas and these days can have different meaning for people depending on culture, religion or tradition. This is my first Christmas in Iceland and it’s fun to see traditions differ from the way I’m used to in Holland. I remember a special occasion when I was in Birma during Christmas. Birma is a Buddhist country but they too celebrate Christmas; having children going from house to house singing Christmas songs. They have a different understanding but one thing resonated in the way they celebrated which I like to mention: compassion.

Compassion is the emotional response of caring for and wanting to help those who are suffering.

 

WHY WE NEED COMPASSION?

“Compassion may have evolved in humans to foster altruistic acts that increase survival of kin as well as nonkin. Such acts include enhancing the welfare of vulnerable offspring, promoting intimate bonds between partners, and facilitating cooperation among genetically unrelated strangers. Compassion and altruism are of great interest to philosophical and scientific inquiry because of their central role in successful societies.” (see link below)

The above I found in a research (see link at end of email) that concluded that we may be able to train ourselves into becoming more compassionate. Isn’t Christmas the perfect time to contemplate on this? Or even better, could there be a way to cultivate compassion in our day to day activities and HOW could we train ourselves?

 

COMPASSIONATE UNDERSTANDING

During our beginners meditation course we will look at what the Buddhists call: Compassionate understanding. During a 10-day silent retreat in Thailand I learned a lot about the power of Compassion and I look forward sharing some of these experiences with you. We will do different exercises to get a better understanding of what compassion is and how to use it to accept the sometimes difficult circumstances we are met with in life.

 

As a little Christmas present I would like to offer you an affirmation to use, I think it’s very powerful and shows a lot of compassion:

                                                  I am ok, you are ok

 

Are you interested in knowing more about meditation? Please join us in our 6 week beginners course on meditation. We really look forward meeting with you. Next week we will send you another preview of what we will do. 

###### course details ######

Class will be in English and each course will have 6 classes, every Thursday at 20:00 for 6 weeks. We begin on january 15th :)

– total time per class is approx 60 minutes

– max 8 persons  (3 spots available now but we are taking registrations for the next course)

– costs 12.000 for course

– tutor: Edwin (Tinna joins every other week)

 

NEWS: We will also start a group that will focus on sensitivity and how to develop our psychic and intuitive faculties. Would you like to know more, please let us know!

 

(Read the full publication on: http://pss.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/05/20/0956797612469537.full )

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