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The Art of Meditation - Paris Aug 31 2014

  • Drukpa
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  • Last updated on Sep 16, 2014
In english with french translation / en anglais avec traduction francais

Whether it is considered as a philosophical view, a spiritual path, or a means to overcome stress, the art of meditation, whose origins reach back to Asia thousands of years ago, can be approached in a wide variety of ways; they are as numerous as its benefits. The universality of meditation makes it accessible to all - a training of the mind whose scope reaches well beyond a sitting posture on a cushion - one that can be practised when walking along the street, at work or any other time of the day. There are many methods that beginners as well as confirmed practitioners can choose from, according to the needs of their daily lives. Whether it is for spiritual, human, social, economic or even professional purposes, the key to reaching one’s goal in personal development is through regular and patient practice. But where, when and how should we practise? Alone or in a group? Should it be done in silence or with a musical accompaniment? These are the questions His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa, an accomplished master of meditation, has answered on the 31st of August, in Paris, by sharing his experience and giving advice so shedding new light on a timeless art that reaches beyond all dogma.
In english with french translation / en anglais avec traduction francais

Whether it is considered as a philosophical view, a spiritual path, or a means to overcome stress, the art of meditation, whose origins reach back to Asia thousands of years...
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