Karma and Its Modification with Dr. Dale Buegel
This series of workshops we will look at such questions as “Why me?” and “What is free will and how to attain it?” Dr. Buegel invites you to come explore these questions from a practical perspective. Registration coming.
All four sessions – $80.00 – Register here.
Friday Evening, July 13, 2018 – $25.00 – Register here
Saturday Morning, July 14, 2018– $25.00 – Register here
Saturday Afternoon, July 14, 2018 – $25.00 – Register here
Sunday Morning, July 15, 2018 – $25.00 – Register here.
Dr. Buegel ‘s Workshop: $25/single session, $80/all sessions.
Significant others and students with ID 1/2 off.
Significant other and student discounts will be given with in-person registration, not available
You can register for all four sessions or any individual session or sessions.
April 13 – Friday evening session: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
“The Relationship of Karma, Saṃskāras, and Mind”
Before attempting to modify the karmic pool that is part of us all, it is helpful to understand the relationship of karma, impressions in the mind, and the mind. Practices to change the influence of saṃskāras will be presented.
April 14 – Saturday morning session: 10:00am to 12:00 noon
“The Mind as an Instrument of Consciousness”
Swami Rama said that one of the goals of yoga practice is to make mind a tool of consciousness rather than having the mind try to direct consciousness. Free will and other accomplishments on the path of yoga (siddhis) are very much related to this concept.
April 14 – Saturday afternoon session: 1:15pm to 3:15pm
“The Self-Surrender During Yoga Practice”
Practice of the niyama, Iśvara pranidhana (self-surrender), is key to the practice of gāyatrī mantra. The focus of this workshop will be methods of practicing self-surrender During āsana, prāṇāyāma, and mantra japa.
April 15 – Sunday morning session: 10:00am to 12:00 noon
“The Influence of Gāyatrī Mantra on Karma”
Gāyatrī mantra is a practice that is adopted by some to modify not only one’s own portion of the karmic pool, but also those of the unborn, those currently in the adventure of life, and those who have experienced the transition called death. This workshop will focus on the practice of gāyatrī for those situations.