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Thursday Satsang Via Zoom and In-Person Viewing at TMC:”A Dialogue with Wolfgang Bischoff” – May 2, 2024

Thursday Satsang Via Zoom and In-Person Viewing at TMCMay 2, 2024

“A Dialogue with Wolfgang Bischoff

7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CT

 5:30-6:45 p.m.: In Person Gentle Hatha Yoga with Michael Snodgrass

7:00-7:30 p.m.: Guided Contemplation with Wolfgang Bischoff

7:30-8:30 p.m.: “A Dialogue with Wolfgang Bischoff”

8:30 p.m.: Evening Prayers

8:40 p.m.: Snacks

On Thursday, May 2nd, join Wolfgang for a dialogue on consciousness, meditation, mindfulness, life, joy, and being. Everyone is invited to join the discussion.

Read below a letter Wolfgang wrote to his students on April’s full moon day.

Dear ones,

On Wednesday, April 24, the spring full moon shines in the starry sky. Let us become still from 9 to 10 pm and contemplate the essence of meditation.

If you can no longer do anything because you are perhaps ill or otherwise absorbed by life, if your mantra has left you and you have difficulty contemplating, if your mind is full of restless movements and you don’t feel well at all, what do you have left?

With every breath, you can sink into the depths of your consciousness and connect with your pure being, your mindfulness, your awareness, your consciousness. This has always been there, is always there and will always be there. Now it looks in wonder at your restlessness and discomfort. When you experience this, a smile emerges within you and you get a shy glimpse of the first inner envelope that surrounds your pure being – joy, peace and bliss. With this inner awareness you can then look at everything in the world within you and around you and experience that you do not have to identify with it.

I wish you all a contemplative, peaceful, quiet hour

in loving solidarity


Wolfgang Bischoff , Spiritual Director of the “Himalaya Institute Germany”.

Wolfgang Bischoff is the founder of several, mainly non-profit organizations as well as the Himalaya Institute Germany and has been supporting the Manini land development project in Odisha, India, for twenty years. As founder of the Human Culture Academy and as a former consultant to the World Bank and UNESCO, he strives to carry a human culture into companies. His main work today is personal destiny counseling to help people to understand, change and order their own lives. In fateful times such as these, we wanted to get to know his perspective on the current upheavals and talked to him about how to shape the life and future of the human community. Wolfgang Bischoff has been taught by masters of the Himalayas in their traditional meditation methods for 37 years.

Wolfgang is a mantra initiator and a member of the AHYMSIN Adhyatma Samiti, or Spiritual Committee.

To support the work of The Meditation Center and register you can donate here (suggested donation $15.00) for Thursday Satsang or make a general donation by clicking on the “donate” button on the “Support TMC” website page.

Or donate through PayPal.

Note: There is parking available for TMC visitors in the St. Boniface lot across the street from the Center.