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Hridaya Yoga în România

Hridaya Yoga este Yoga Inimii Spirituale. Este yoga pentru sufletul tău; o cale spre tine însuți, pornind de la tine însuți. Întotdeauna realizările tale s-au împlinit pentru că ai facut totul din inimă. Adevărata viață o trăiești când pui inima ta în miezul oricărei activități și când visele-ți palpită în ritmul inimii. Doar atunci simți că drumurile ți se deschid și nu mai ai obstacole. Cursul vieții pare dulce și plin de promisiuni și vezi că fericirea este aproape. Astfel este hridaya yoga – o cale de la Inima ta spre Inima ta. 

Yoga în Romania trebuie să aibă un caracter aparte, legat de specificitatea acestui popor. Romanii știu să trăiască din plin și în ceea ce fac, Inima le este cel mai des călăuză. Căldura sufletelor celor de aici, iubirea cu care știu să te înconjoare vine din adâncul frumos al ființei lor. De aceea, o cale spirituală care are ca centru Inima și ca țel – Inima este firească în Romania. Modalitățile folosite sunt în principal meditative, dar includ și lucrul cu corpul fizic ce ne susține viața pe Pământ. 

Tema principală a meditațiilor este descoperirea Inimii. Ne reamintim de ea și ne propunem să îi redăm adevărata valoare de sursă și centru al vieții noastre. Ce ar putea fi mai cuprinzător? Inima ta poate primi în ea totul, poate exprima fericirea, blândețea, frumusețea, forța și nemărginirea. Pentru că suntem nelimitați în iubire și în visare. Iar când visul devine o expresie a realității, deja ești în Inima ta. 

Simona Trandafir

Hridaya Retreat – Introduction

The Hridaya Silent Meditation Retreat is a unique immersion experience which focuses on accessing our real and essential nature, the supreme and divine Self, atman, through an artful integration of meditation and yoga techniques. During the retreat, we address broad aspects of the Spiritual Heart, from a variety of traditions including esoteric Christian, Sufi, and Kashmir Shaivism. The atmosphere will be one of agape and strong spiritual support.

The Hridaya Silent Meditation Retreat was created specifically to comprehensively and intimately understand what meditation is and to feel the amazing inner transformations which it brings.

The program aims to create an experience resembling a solitary retreat (such as in a cave) in order to provide an opportunity to reach deep states of consciousness, intense aspiration for the Divine, and highly focused interiorization for the awakening and blossoming of the soul, jivatman. This method is a unique integration of Advaita Vedanta, Sufism, Tantra, and Dzogchen.
In the advanced stages of practice, all paths of authentic spiritual traditions meet harmoniously and merge into the same ineffable Reality. During the Hridaya Silent Meditation Retreat, practitioners will be skillfully guided to this penetrating understanding where the search for meaning ends in surrender to the domain of revelation. No previous meditation or yoga experience is necessary as this retreat is designed for beginner and advanced meditators alike.

Cultivated Attitudes

This method is crafted to cultivate the following attitudes: 

1. An inner awareness of all sensory perceptions and emotions which will gradually become, through sublimation, an awareness of the Spiritual Heart;

2. The calming down of the mind (a state of peace of mind);

3. The polarization between the individual soul, jivatman, and the divine Self, atman, that is experienced as a state of very strong and profound aspiration and longing for God;

4. The evocation of death of the physical body as a way of transcending desires and egotistical tendencies;

5.The act of powerfully evoking and experiencing the mystery of God’s presence inside our Spiritual Heart.

 Methods, Techniques and Teachings

This retreat includes advice for guided meditation, lectures, and practical methods such as:

  • Ramana Maharshi’s method of introspection (Self-enquiry, atma vicara,using the question “Who Am I?”)
  • Techniques of stilling the mind using breath awareness
  • Study of the symbolism of the Spiritual Heart
  • Methods of Self-centering in everyday life
  • Advice for maintaining awareness of the Spiritual Heart, in the tradition of the Fathers of the Desert (from Christianity )
  • The Christian method of the Prayer of the Heart
  • A proper understanding of Advaita Vedanta’s fundamental principles
  • Methods of passing from individual consciousness to Cosmic Consciousness
  • The four fundamental aspects of the ineffable process of Revealing the Spiritual Heart
  • Daily special meditations on themes connected with Self-Revelation
  • Yogic methods that approach the issue of the Spiritual Heart
  • Poetry
  • Hatha Yoga sessions

 What are the purposes of this Retreat?

During the retreat, our aim is to inform you about methods for meditation encompassing, but not limited to, the unity of consciousness and Advaita Vedanta, thus leading to self-discovery of the Spiritual Heart. The system of meditation will focus on the methods developed by Ramana Maharshi, that of atma vicara, or more popularly known as the inquiry “Who Am I?”, as well as other complementary meditations and prayers.

 We aim to inform you about the practical and theoretical aspects of this methodology, allowing ample opportunities to directly put it into practice. In doing so, we hope that you will understand the underlying principles and value the purpose of meditation, thus reaping immediate benefits, and coming to love meditation as an essential part of your life.

You will learn some direct methods to pacify your mind and even to transcend it. When your mind is truly still and without any thoughts, and you transcend your ego, and you arrive at a place where you have no name, no social status, no relationships, no past, no future, no country, no spiritual attainment, and no lack of spiritual attainment. It is simply a presence of being. If a movement or a thought appears in this stillness, it is enveloped into the stillness, thus becoming stillness itself. It is as if your life becomes full and saturated with this peace and sacredness.

  1. You will also learn a way which comprises a vision, a spiritual understanding and a method of transforming yourselves. We hope most of you will learn to love meditation as a means for discovering Divine Reality, otherwise referred to as God, although these methods are beyond any specific ideas of religion or any theoretical concepts about God.
  2. We hope most of you will have some peak experiences about Supreme Reality, some special states of consciousness about cosmic love, eternity or the unity of everything, which can be evoked afterwards in daily life. This will help you in your quest to understand the reason for your existence.
  3. Our aim is for you to realize the importance of fully incorporating the Spiritual Heart in your life, beyond concepts, theory and philosophy. The path to the Spiritual Heart journeys through your soul, and therefore, an opening and intimacy of the soul will naturally occur from this. During this retreat, we will have the chance to venture deeper than the emotional psychic level of the Heart, into the Divine Reality which represents the most profound aspect of the Spiritual Heart. Ultimately, you will be compelled to love at a level which your ego usually prevents you from accessing through blockages such as attachments, ignorance, and other negative emotions, thoughts, and beliefs. To access this level of universal love, the obstacles challenging your personality and your ego must be transcended through accessing the Spiritual Heart.
  4. Our ultimate goal is for you to gain a profound understanding about the real nature of your existence and the nature of manifestation of Life and the Universe. More specifically, you will eventually achieve a coherent vision of Divine Unity, Advaita, and nonduality, which is the main revolutionary power, the main transforming idea of Jnana Yoga, and Advaita Vedanta, Taoism, Dzogchen, and Zen.

 Purification Effects from the Retreat

When we venture deeper than the surface of our egos into the realm of the Spiritual Heart, it is common that some purification on the physical, mental, or emotional level can occur. This is merely our bodies’ way of releasing old blockages, traumas, and negative emotions in order to access the deeper levels of the soul. Do not be afraid. Do not avoid the purification. However, don’t dramatize; don’t accord them too much importance. When those transformations eventually synthesize, meditation ceases to be boring, painful, or just a passing experience, and truly becomes a deep, joyful, and blissful experience. Depending on the individual’s level of practice and awareness, these transformations can be immediate or can take a longer time to process. However, change is inevitable and this transformation can be very stable and profound and can transform your life dramatically.


So, what expectations do we need to have from the Retreat? None! Because of the ineffability of what we really are, of what Divine Reality is, this change is a natural progression that comes from stillness, surrender, and, ultimately, from within our true selves.

The aim is to create the best conditions in which the Divine Reality will be revealed in our Heart. From doing this, we will experience some profound effects from these meditations. Many make the mistake of becoming attached to these effects and realizations.

However, do not cling to them. In the openness of our being, much more than this is happening, and we will learn to accept, surrender and be open to the ebb and flow of these realizations.

The Spiritual Heart, Our Real Home

Ultimately, the most important outcome of this retreat is for us to start becoming accustomed to centering in the Spiritual Heart. This means to get used and be aware of that quiet, peaceful, infinite, and eternal foundation of our being which cannot be perceived by the rational mind, but is the source of all inspiration, love, beauty, and spiritual life. Many sages have said that Spiritual Heart is our real home. So abandon yourselves, trust and enjoy this centering. The Spiritual Heart is your axis, your hub.

During this retreat, be at home, be present and integrate this practice fully for an intimate, meaningful experience.

The Spiritual Heart is the “meeting place” for those who wish to relate to life in a sacred manner.

To support the retreat, complete mauna (silence) must be maintained by all attendees. An atmosphere full of love and aspiration will be created in which participants can surrender to their real and essential nature.

We wish to advise you to be patient and open. If you decide to join this retreat we strongly advise you to make a commitment to yourself that you will stay for the entire 10 days and not leave until the retreat is over (with exception for genuine emergencies). With such a commitment and patience, even beginners will find the strength to overcome minor difficulties and obtain great benefits from the retreat. A retreat can help you understand the mind and life. This is a very valuable and rare opportunity for you, a special gift to yourself….

For some participants, the first several days can be full of restlessness, muscular fever and aches, physical and mental purification, or various spiritual tests. We invite you to commit yourself fully to this retreat, to stay fi rm and double your resolve in the face of such challenges. Try to make this event a very special opportunity for your spiritual transformation.

We are delighted that you can join us and we welcome you to this exceptional retreat!

Read also: The Retreat guidelines

Hridaya Retreat Guidelines

In order to create the preliminary conditions that facilitate our access to deep inner states, mental peace, and aspiration toward the Divine, it is necessary that certain rules be strictly followed for the duration of the retreat. These rules aim to create certain conditions that would resemble those a yogi experiences in solitude, for instance in a cave retreat. The retreat atmosphere has been evaluated carefully as to how it can best support the attendees’ spiritual efforts. The rules are part of this support. All hopeful participants must agree to abide by these guidelines and the consequences of noncompliance.

1. Voluntary Restraint

A meditation retreat is an extraordinary situation (although meditation is actually perfectly normal). A large group of people must live together in very simple conditions, while relating to each other in a completely new way. Here, we relate through the common experience of meditation, with all its pains and joys, discoveries and frustrations. For 10  days, our lifestyle is built around a common purpose rather than more selfish purposes promoted by the world today.
To accomplish this in harmony, we must agree on certain conventions. The most important are mindful silence, giving way to others, sticking to the schedule, and following instructions. This retreat is arranged as a serious opportunity for serious aspirants who wish for a very special and exclusive retreat experience. Please approach these guidelines with this frame of mind, with an openness toward protecting and supporting this atmosphere through your own agreement and cooperation. If you at first glance feel that the guidelines are too strict or too difficult for you, first consider your own state of readiness to participate. If you do indeed feel ready, then inspire yourself with the understanding that this retreat lasts just a few days in the big picture of life!

2. Mauna (silence)

Mauna is compulsory. The period of mauna will begin on the first morning, with the consecration of the retreat, and will end after the last meditation on the last day of the retreat. Absolutely no talking by participants will be allowed. For any real necessities, please inform the Retreat Coordinator in writing of administrative problems.

Much energy and ego goes into our speech. We say things that don’t need to be said, are silly, gossipy, or even harmful. This not only makes the world noisy, it makes our own mind noisy. If there is nobody to talk to we just chatter away to ourselves. In meditation, this can be an annoying hindrance. So we keep silent by not speaking or passing notes to each other during the retreat, in order to quiet our mind and maintain a quiet, peaceful environment for everyone. This can be difficult at times, but most people find it a powerful and wonderful experience. Many people travel from far away to Kamala Center because they cherish this silence, so we respect each other by maintaining the silence with mindfulness and wisdom. Even training ourselves to walk, move, and do things quietly leads to a calm and graceful experience.
It is also important not to judge or project opinions onto others. Developing self-discipline and a compassionate understanding for all things is part of the training.

3. No Use of Any Electronics or Media

Retreat participants are asked not to use CD players, MP3 players, radios, TVs, DVD players, the Internet, or computers for the duration of the retreat. Thus, there is to be no listening to the news or music, doing email, watching movies, etc.

4. Mobile Phones

No use of mobile phones is allowed during the retreat. They should ideally be left at home and off for the retreat’s duration. Participants should make a firm commitment not to use the phone for conversations, SMS messages, etc., for the duration of the retreat.

5. Reading

Reading is not allowed, not even of books of a spiritual nature. Please agree not to read during this retreat. Through the retreat practice, we aim to focus inward as much as possible, and reading can lead us away from strong interiorization, diffusing our efforts and experience in the process.

Keeping silent includes putting away books you’ve brought along or keeping them closed throughout the retreat. You will get plenty of information while you are on the retreat. Reading will be a distraction, possibly confusing you, possibly taking you away from the purpose of this retreat. You will have all the time you want to read when you leave. We also request that you stop writing, except for notes taken during talks and impressions of meditative experiences that you may record in your retreat journal. Letter writing and creative writing will take the mind away from our purpose here.

6. Sexual Abstinence

Sexual abstinence is mandatory. This really means celibacy and not Tantric continence! This point is obviously non-enforceable (we cannot check you, of course), but is insisted upon to reinforce the atmosphere resembling solitude that we are attempting to create for participants.

If you wish to join the retreat, please agree to abide by this requirement for the duration of the retreat.

7. Fasting

Fasting is not recommended for the entire duration of the retreat (although your own tapas of a weekly fasting day is OK), in order to maintain a high level of vitality and energy for meditation.

8. An Attitude of Solitude

It is recommended that you aim to cultivate a state of experience resembling solitude by agreeing not to: look at others, touch, hug, kiss, say hello (even nonverbally), smile at each other, etc. This can at times feel alienating and lonely for people who are very sociable and miss such simple human contact, but it will drastically help your experience of interiorization. In addition, the opening of the soul will offer you the opportunity to communicate in a much subtler way, through the language of Love. Your friends will still love you at the end of the retreat, maybe even more ….

9. Gender Segregation

Gender segregation – by which the men and women have different designated areas in the hall – is meant to keep sensory distraction to a minimum for participants during the retreat. The men’s side is the right side of the hall, the women’s side is the left side of the hall.

Kamala Center facilitates this point with separate retreat areas and segregated dining areas during any arranged mealtimes.

10. Dress

Participants should try to avoid attention to their own vanity and the desire to attract the opposite sex. We ask that women not wear makeup or perfume and dress discreetly and simply, and that men not display too much nudity. Please wear modest attire that is not too revealing.

The dress recommendation is not meant to stifle your creativity, free expression, etc. It is meant to form part of the atmosphere of consideration and mutual support we aim to cultivate during retreats. People could take the view that it is someone’s own personal problem if he or she is distracted from meditation by glances at members of the opposite sex, etc. However, this does not include an opportunity for a contribution of personal responsibility to this atmosphere through innocuous and simple behaviors we can all follow to help our fellow retreat attendees.

By illustration, when a Buddhist monk ordains, he takes a resolve not to have physical contact with women, including hugs with his own mother. He does not forsake his mother; he in fact loves his mother very much, but gives up hugging her in order to support the lay people’s faith in the monastic life. A lay person who saw a monk hugging a woman (even his mother) may lose some faith in his path. This is behavior undertaken for appearances to support the strength of the tradition. In another metaphor, visitors to monasteries are also asked to dress modestly to support the monks’ practice. Surely, there is no one who would knowingly like to mentally tempt a monk away from his vows and practice. In the same way, let us consider our retreat colleagues as serious aspiring meditators who can use our help and support to focus well during the retreat.

11. Photographs

Please limit your looking at photographs to those of spiritual masters and gurus only. Do not gaze upon photos of your friends, family, etc. in order to help yourself concentrate on transcendental states rather than worldly thoughts.

12. Cigarettes

It is not allowed to smoke during this retreat. Please commit to not smoking for the duration of these 10 days if you intend to join.

13. Meditation Notebook

It is recommended that participants record their meditative and daily experiences in a notebook. This retreat journal can help you not only to push through any challenging moments, but can serve to inspire you and provide a point of reference for your growth during the retreat period. A meditation notebook helps us to objectify our experiences and what we understand during meditation. It can bring inspiration to us even after the retreat. Reading it afterward can be a powerful support in daily life.

14. Following the Schedule

The schedule we follow is very moderate compared to some meditation retreats which start the day before dawn. The day includes approximately 6-6.5 hours of meditation, 1.5-2 hours of Hatha Yoga practice, and 2-2.5 hours of inspiring spiritual talks or Q&A.

Please agree to join all sessions and activities of the retreat if you will sign up for it.

15. Being Late

Everyone must be on time for all spiritual activities, as lateness is very disruptive and latecomers will not be allowed to join until the next session. Please plan accordingly. If you find yourself late for a meditation session, please do not sneak into the hall in the hopes that you will not be noticed or will not disturb others. Instead, please be considerate and wait without any undue noise, meditating outside the hall during the session and entering only during the next break.

16. Retreat Monitors

The Hridaya Retreat includes retreat monitors just like Zen monasteries do in order to discourage violations of the rules, motivate diligence and attention during the meditation sessions, and to help retreat participants feel supported.
Participants who are nodding/sleeping, positioned improperly, talking, entering late, using mobile phones, disregarding segregated areas, moving about, or being generally disruptive will be noted by the monitors on the session report and the retreat leader will be alerted. Monitors may make suggestions to participants for better practice or may remind attendees of various rules and guidelines. However, it is the retreat leader who will give warnings if they are or become necessary.

17. Warnings and Expulsion from the Retreat

Please be advised that certain actions constitute grounds for expulsion from the retreat. The following actions will constitute grounds for a warning:
– Absence from a retreat session
– Being late to a retreat session
– Falling asleep during meditations
– Disregarding segregated areas for men and women
– Talking, making other sounds, or being generally disruptive
– Listening to music, news, sending SMS messages, or talking on the phone
– Disregard for any other of the above mentioned rules.

We would like to re-emphasize that the retreat guidelines must be followed, for the benefit of all participants. Consider carefully before joining whether you truly accept the parameters of the retreat and its rules. If a person has already received two warnings, he or she will be asked to leave without hesitation or negotiation after the third infraction of the rules. No refunds will be given for those who choose to leave or are asked to leave.

In exceptional cases, a very disruptive participant failing to abide by the rules and requirements may be told to leave without the benefit of several warnings. In such cases, when the participant is willing to follow the rules, he or she may be welcome to return. Such decisions will be made solely at the discretion of the Retreat Leader and are non-negotiable.

Read also: Hridaya Retreat – Introduction

Ce este Yoga Inimii Spirituale?

Ce este Yoga Inimii Spirituale?

Yoga Inimii Spirituale – Hridaya Yoga (practicata în cadrul Centrului de Meditatie si Yoga Kamala) este o formă de yoga ce reuneşte sinergic atitudini şi metode îndreptate spre revelarea naturii noastre Reale, atman, pe care tradiţiile contemplative au denumit-o Inima Spirituală. Yoga Inimii Spirituale se bazează pe principii şi viziuni spirituale tradiţionale ce se regăsesc în yoga clasică (Patanjali), în advaita vedanta, în tantra, în shaivism. Acestea sunt corelate cu învăţături din sufism, creştinism, budism, taoism.

Metodele folosite pe această cale sunt în principal: meditaţiile de revelare a Inimii Spirituale, tehnicile de concentrare şi liniştire a minţii, hatha yoga.

Ea implică direcţionarea tuturor elanurilor, energiilor, practicilor în vederea creării condiţiilor revelării Inimii Spirituale. Inima Spirituală este Realitatea atât transcendentă, cât şi imanentă oricărui aspect al macrocosmosului. Este esenţa ultimă a tot.

Yoga Inimii Spirituale ne ajută să trăim în intimitatea existenţei, să simţim „pulsul” fiecărui moment, să-i intuim dimensiunea eternă. Ea implică prezenţa conştiinţei martor, atenţia deschisă iradiind din Inimă, iubirea.

Prin Yoga Inimii Spiritualea spirăm să trăim în Inimă, în Suprema Realitate, în Dumnezeu (dar Dumnezeu simţit dincolo de orice concepte şi definiţii religioase). În felul acesta realizăm identitatea cu totalitatea Vieţii.


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Partea I – Yoga Inimii Spirituale

Partea a II-a – Concepte esenţiale în Yoga Inimii Spirituală

Partea a III-a Practica Spirituală – Fundamente

Partea a IV-a – Inima Spirituală

Partea a V-a – Alte elemente cu privire la Yoga Inimii Spirituală

Ce înseamnă pentru noi Yoga Inimii Spirituală


Cuprins detaliat

Partea I  – Yoga Inimii Spirituale

Capitolul 1. Principii filozofice în Yoga Inimii Spirituale

Importanţa principiilor pe care se bazează practica spirituală

Premise fundamentale


Scopul practicii

Capitolul 2. Centrarea în Inima Spirituală

Esenţa metodei lui Ramana Maharshi

Sentimentul Adevărului

Sărbătoarea centrării în Inimă

Necunoscutul devine Inefabil

Integrarea în viaţa zilnică

Capitolul 3. Principiile practicii


Cum ar putea fi cuantificat Inefabilul?

Etape şi direcţii în practică

Capitolul 4. Metodologia sistemului

Mijloace folosite

Structura cursului

Elemente comune şedinţelor de hatha yoga

Capitolul 5. Efecte ale practicii spirituale

Efecte fizice

Efecte psihologice

Efecte spirituale

Partea a II-a Concepte esenţiale în Yoga Inimii Spirituale


a) Etimologie

b) Despre „miezul” emoţiei mistice sau artistice

c) Semnificaţia fiorului Inimii

d) Argumentul Inimii

e) La ce aspiră, în esenţă, Yoga Inimii Spirituale

f) Puntea dintre individual şi universal

g) Hrana atenţiei

h) Asana – o concretizare a spiritului

i) Vibraţia ce evocă Tăcerea

j) Graţia divină

k) Spanda – Maestrul interior

2. Conștiința martor

3. Atenția deschisă

a) Semnificaţia atenţiei deschise

b) Cum poate fi atinsă

c) Rolul atenţiei deschise în acuitatea percepţiilor

d) Reîntoarcerea senzaţiilor la sursa acestora

e) Limitările strategiei transformării prin „lucrul cu energia”

f) Atunci, ce este de făcut?

g) Şedinţa de hatha yoga din perspectiva „atenţiei deschise”

h) Senzitivitatea Inimii Spirituale

4. Sublimarea

a) Cum să privim grijile?

b) Actul căutării antrenează contracţia faţă de tot ceea ce e contrar acelei căutări

c) Nu e nimic personal în durere

d) A celebra fluxul creator al vieţii

e) Direcţiile energiei

f) Focul sacrificial şi sublimarea

g) Condensarea fericirii în materie

5. Sahaja

a) Etimologie

b) Semnificaţie

c) Reconcilierea contrariilor

d) Viziunea holistică

Partea a III-a – Practica Spirituală – Fundamente

Capitolul 1. Meditaţia de revelare a Inimii Spirituale

Metoda de bază

Cum se produce “revoluţia interioară”

De unde radiază bucuria meditaţiei

Abandonul conştiinţei egotice

Relaţia dintre abandon şi încredere

Despre vulnerabilitate şi forţa interioară

Conştiinţa Inimii Spirituale duce la Nonreacţie

Capitolul 2. Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga – muzica vieţii

Yoga naturală a Inimii

Sacralitate şi devoţiune prin hatha yoga

Fericirea de a practica

Yoga – celebrare şi abandon

Martorul conştient în hatha yoga

Intrarea şi menţinerea în postură

a) Deslimitarea prin relaxare

b) În asana, atenţia radiază din interior, din Inima spirituală, spre exterior

c) Ce ne revelează liniştea Inimii în timpul execuţiei posturii

d) Echilibrul dintre efort şi relaxare

Rigoarea tehnică – un simplu cadru de expresie a artei spirituale

Creativitatea inerentă practicii posturale

Oglindirea personalităţii în Yoga

Rolul corpului fizic

Memoria ancestrală a trupului

O cheie a stabilităţii minţii

Atitudini de bază faţă de corpul fizic

a) Transfigurarea corporală

b) Corpul fizic experimentat ca spaţiu infinit

c) Non-somatizarea tensiunilor

d) Detaşarea de corpul fizic

e) Nu o eliberare de corp, ci eliberarea „în corp”

f) Nirmana Kaya

g) Sama-rasa

h) Reîntoarcerea energiilor la sursă

i) Glorificarea corpului

j) Kaya Sthairyam – nemişcarea corporală

k) Continuitatea conştientizării

Partea a IV-a – Inima Spirituală

Simplitatea absolută a Inimii

Inima Spirituală nu este doar sufletul, activitatea psihică

Inima Spirituală nu e anāhata cakra

Identitatea dintre ātman şi brahman

Unde ne focalizăm?

Practica spiritualã recomandatã de Ramana

De ce Inima?

Nelimitarea Inimii Spirituale

Inima ca obiect, mijloc de cunoatere şi subiect al meditaţiei

A cuceri versus a te abandona

Construirea unui organ de percepţie

Unitatea dintre Iubire şi cunoaşterea directă, bhaktişi jñāna

“Inteligenţa Inimii” în spiritualitatea creştină

Importanţa “vegherii Inimii”

Ochiul Inimii

Conştientizarea Inimii Spirituale – o cerinţă spirituală fundamentală

Intuiţie şi re-flectare

Luminarii conştiinţei

Care este sursa energiei individualităţii?

Partea a V-a – Alte elemente cu privire la Yoga Inimii Spirituale

Rolul profesorului în Yoga Inimii Spirituale

Cantitate versus calitate

Despre profeţii şi mistere

Secrete şi iniţieri în Yoga Inimii Spirituale

Datorii în vederea participării la cursuri



În ce constă progresul spiritual

Ce înseamnă pentru noi Yoga Inimii Spirituale

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