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GTH community week
Aug
11
3:00 pm15:00

GTH community week

  • 62 Sturegatan Stockholm, Stockholms län, 114 36 Sweden (map)
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Tea is a culture. There are centuries of tradition behind every humble cup of tea. Farmers, potters, healers, thinkers, philosophers, artists, teachers and mothers are adding to the way tea is drunk and understood. The GHT community has a unique way of appreciating tea and has it as a central part of a self cultivating practice. Come and join us!

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GTH community week
Aug
8
6:00 pm18:00

GTH community week

  • 4 Forstenavägen Bromma, Stockholms län, 167 33 Sweden (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tea is a culture. There are centuries of tradition behind every humble cup of tea. Farmers, potters, healers, thinkers, philosophers, artists, teachers and mothers are adding to the way tea is drunk and understood. The GHT community has a unique way of appreciating tea and has it as a central part of a self cultivating practice. Come and join us!

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 Zen and Tea workshop in Stockholm. Zen och Te workshopen i Stockholm.
Mar
30
6:30 pm18:30

Zen and Tea workshop in Stockholm. Zen och Te workshopen i Stockholm.

Introduction of Zen and Tea as a self cultivating practice in the modern life.

Anya and Yuliya are students of Zen and Cha Dao.

We are sharing our experience and insights into two very close areas. By creating a chance to participate in meditations and hear about some reasons why and how those activities are so important.

We both are following tradition of our lineages and dedicating lives to the service to the community.

We spending time with teachers and masters in Japan and China and participating in other events around Europe meeting with other practitioners.

Our offer for this evening is to try out and find guidance during your first steps on the path of liberation or at least find relaxation, recuperation and focus.

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Yoga Nidra with Tibetan Singing Bowls
Mar
28
6:00 pm18:00

Yoga Nidra with Tibetan Singing Bowls

Yoga Nidra is an old vedic technique which has found its way into modern neuroscience. It explores a space between the conscious (awake), subconscious (dreaming) and unconscious (deep sleep) states of mind, by anchoring awareness in what is called the superconscious state. Lingering it that state allows the mind to relax, integrate new material, improve memory, increase stress resistance, create new neuropassage and open a gate for creativity. Other benefits are release of muscular, emotional and mental tension, leading to deeper relaxation of the body with a  therapeutical effect on psychosomatic diseases. It can also be used for deepening spiritual or intellectual potential.

In addition to using the voice as a main tool for this technique, Yuliya incorporates HSB (Himalayan singing bowls) to increase receptivity of the right hemisphere of the brain.

For details check Trinity Yoga

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