Thursdays at 7:00 pm Jan 16, 2020 - Feb 6, 2020 $100 for all sessions
The great spiritual traditions of both East and West have throughout the ages promoted various forms of meditation as important practices to foster spiritual awakening and development. As an independent practice, to supplement other spiritual or religious practices, for stress management and relaxation, or all of the above, this course will provide the theoretical framework and practical technique for a traditional yoga-based practice derived from an ancient and time-honored Himalayan tradition. Included will be basic breathing and stress reduction techniques. They lay the foundation for access to avenues leading to the stillness within.
The basic class consists of 4 two-hour sessions meeting once a week for 4 consecutive weeks. The series is cumulative, so signing up for individual sessions is not available, and please do not sign-up unless you can commit to at least 3 of the sessions. $100.00 for the series.
Instructor Steven J. Gold, BA Antioch College, Philosophy and Religion; JD Emory Law School, is the founder/director of Torah-Veda (formerly Yoga and Judaism Center) in Atlanta, GA. He is an initiate and practitioner for more than 40 years in the Tradition of the Himalayan Masters, as propagated in the West by the late Sri Swami Rama of the Himalayas. He is a graduate of the Karin Kabalah Center course on Kabalah: A Process of Awakening, and has continued a course of group and self-study of Torah and mystical Judaism in light of yoga for several years. He is the author of several books and has been teaching meditation and related classes on Indian and Jewish mysticism for many years.
Sessions to be held in Room 175. This is an external conference room, on the lake side (the "back" side) of the building. The door is right next to the lobby door.