This 6 week course provide a stable platform for those interested in a stable platform for spiritual awakening.
You will learn a daily meditation practice, the dynamics of mind, body and emotions and basic, accessible principles of natural wellness. In later weeks, we will explore the higher states of human consciousness in the context of self-understanding and personal fulfillment.
No experience is required; this course is open to seekers of all levels of experience. Course content is without affiliation to any particular tradition or religion.
Briya Freeman has an extensive background in meditation, yoga, stress-reduction and natural wellness. She is a principal student under Berdhanya Swami Tierra, a female mystic and shaman of South American origin.
Briya is fiercely devoted to promoting consciousness as a foundation for inspiring more artful and deliberate ways of living.
Briya currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario.
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Wednesdays, September 14 – October 19 (6 weeks) from 7:30 – 8:30 pm
Location: From the comfort of your living room (online – Skype)
Your Investment: $275
“Bala is kind, bright, sunny, simple, convincing, clear and patient. One of the best investments I have ever made. I intend to deepen my understanding with Bala and her associates.”- Peter
“The Practical Awakening course has surpassed all of my expectations. Coming into the course as someone going through a personal transition and looking for ways to work through that, learn more about myself and to make an overall investment into my physical, mental and emotional well being- I found everything that I was looking for. Moreover, Bala has introduced me to basics of meditation, finding comfort in stillness and inactivity in order to focus on my inner self. Great course and I greatly recommend it to all.” -Alex
“What makes this course stand out is that Bala has a gift to see where you are currently misaligned and can gently point you in the right direction.” – Richard
“Spirituality is something I had never tried to understand, yet it is one of the most important things we should learn to understand. If everyone practiced it, the world would be a more loving place. I strongly believe this is something that should be taught to our children in school!” -Matt