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Saturday 14th April 2018

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Overcoming Adversity

by Didi Sudesh (Germany)

When we are in harmony, when we agree, without trying to prove something or force someone to accept our view, then we feel at peace. There is a place where we all agree and respect each other. There isn't any kind of tension or stubbornness, and a feeling of helping myself and helping others. This talk explores how to exchange positive energy with others and start the journey of changing ourselves, not others.

Tuesday 13th March 2018

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The Mind and the Subconscious Mind - Part 1

by Dr. Prashant Kakoday

We are all aware of the role the subconscious mind plays in our lives. It is the subconscious that decides our attitudes, habits and traits, and it often overrides our conscious mind. Logic and understanding do not work on the subconscious. This talk offers a few simple and useful insights into these aspects of the self.

Thursday 5th October 2017

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Balance of Mind and Body through Meditation

by Deying Chen

To have a balance in our mind and body it is necessary to have both health and wealth. It is said that 85% of our bodies illnesses comes from the mind. By practising meditation we can learn to be free from negative and cyclical thinking. Then we can work to make both the mind and the body strong and balanced.

Wednesday 14th June 2017

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Putting Feelings Into Healing

by Sujata Rathi 

Healing isn’t about changing who you are, it’s about changing how you feel about who you are. In this talk Sujata shares how to use spiritual wisdom to enhance healing at a mental, emotional and physical level.

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