|3rd November 2020|
|7.30pm - 9pm|
The Salisbury Centre
2 Salisbury Road , Edinburgh South EH16 5AB
|Visit the event website here|
A powerful yet simple group meditation for people who want to make a difference in the world
The fundamental purpose of Transmission Meditation is SERVICE TO THE WORLD
Do you want to help the world and also build a stronger connection with your own spiritual nature?
Transmission Meditation is a simple group meditation providing both a dynamic service to the world and powerful personal spiritual development.
Transmission Meditation is a group service activity, in conscious co-operation with the Masters of Wisdom, for the creation of a pool of higher energy for the benefit of humanity and the planet. This is the energy that is bringing about the transformation of our world along more peaceful, just and harmonious lines.
It is a combination of two yogas: Karma Yoga (yoga of service) and Laya Yoga (yoga of energies or chakras). It is highly scientific, safe, non-denominational and extremely potent. It will not interfere with, but will actually enhance any other spiritual practice and/or service activity in which you may be engaged.
As a result of Transmission Meditation, many people find they can experience and demonstrate love more easily. Others report that their mind is more stimulated and creative. Some people receive healing, spontaneously, during the transmissions.
Introduced into the world in 1974 by artist and author Benjamin Creme, there are now hundreds of Transmission Meditation groups active in many countries around the world.
Each workshop reveals the aims, technique, and results of Transmission Meditation and participants will also take part in a group meditation session. The event is freely organised by volunteers with the Edinburgh Transmission Meditation Group.
Admission Free. Beginners welcome. No previous experience required.
For more information:
0131 664 4172
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