“The Invincible Heart”
Via Zoom – A Seminar with Phil Nuernberger Ph.D.
October 16-17, 2020
Friday, October 16th: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 17th: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
with a break for lunch from Noon – 1:00 p.m.
The practice of love is the natural awareness of God
H.H. Swami Rama
What is the purpose of relationships? What is the value of sex and romantic love? Does being spiritual mean the end of sex; chocolate; and sensual delight?
In this seminar let’s explore the living Heart of spirituality and the practical knowledge and tools of Tantra Shastra. Tantra teaches us to live in the world as a tourist, owning nothing and enjoying everything. Contrary to what many religionists say, enlightenment does not demand celibacy. It does demand renunciation of attachments; cravings and the fruits of your actions, including your thoughts and feelings. Learn how to live in harmony with yourself, with others, and the world around you by using the power of discrimination and giving up guilt, being judgmental, and fear. Discover your inner strength and wisdom, and move with purpose in your life and relationships.
This seminar will focus on the practical knowledge and steps necessary to bring you to your own inner wisdom and strength. It is a process of unlearning, becoming aware of how thinking and feeling create disharmony and leads to unhappiness with ourselves and others. Join your heart and your mind and live within the fullness of the spiritual-Self.
All three sessions: $85.00
Friday, October 16, 2020: $25.00; 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Saturday All Day, October 17, 2020: $60.00; 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Phil Nuernberger, Ph.D. is a direct disciple of H.H. Sri Swami Rama and was personally trained by Swamiji since 1970. Dr. Phil is one of the few Americans to receive initiation by Swami Rama into the highest levels of the tantric tradition of the Himalayan Sages. With his Master’s instruction and blessing, Dr. Phil has been teaching and initiating others in this tradition since 1972. He was instrumental in helping Swamiji build the Himalayan Institute, and served on its Board of Directors until 1992.