Retreat goal: to deepen your meditation experiences, by given you the knowledge to understand your experiences and to implement this in your daily life and practice of meditation.

Content: Meditation, light exercises yoga asana and pranayam, relaxation exercises, lessons and video content, homework and presentations.

Overview of lessons

Introduction: the retreat, the teacher and the students
Meditation? what, why, how, when, where?
Basics understanding of creation: duality and singularity, Being, Consciousness
The Trivium: Facts, processing and understanding, this result in actions
Perception and Creation. understanding perception and the creation of creation
The mind: mind and thoughts.
States of consciousness
The Siddha practice

Literature recommendations


● Swami Satyanananda Saraswati: Meditations from the Tantras
● Swami Satyanananda Saraswati: Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha
● Swami Satyanananda Saraswati: Four Chapters on Freedom. Commentary on the Yoga Sutras
● Swami Venkatesananda: Vashistha Yog. The Supreme Yoga
● Jeremy Locke: The End of All Evil. 2005
● Lama Tsultrim Allione: Feeding Your Demons
● Further names to search: Books and videos
● Jerry Marzinsky(the mind)
● Alfred Korzybski(Science and Sanity)
● Mark Passio(Cosmic Abandonment and other videos)
● Harald Kautz Vella
● David Icke(on perception)
● Carlos Castaneda(The Active Side of Infinity)

Daily Schedule


● 07.00 Rise and get ready
● 07.30 Light asana, 07.50 Pranayam
● 08.00 Meditation
● 09.00 Breakfast and rest
● 10.00 Lessons
●12.00 exercises, guided meditations, playtime
●13.00 Lunch, rest or walk
●14.00 Research, reading, listening to selected material
●15.30 Relaxing exercises
●16.00 Summing up the experiences of the day
●16.30 Light exercises and pranayam
● 17.00 Meditation
● 18.00 Dinner
● 19.00 Homework, preparing for short presentation of research
● 21.00 Bedtime