“You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.” (Swami Vivekananda)
Course Organiser: Suzanne Tempel
Tutors: Suzanne Tempel and Judith Pennington
Are you curious about consciousness development and altered states? Do you want to know about 'out of body' experiences and remote viewing? Have you ever wondered about how to go to higher states of awareness? Do you have a curious mind and do you like the science behind mystic experiences? Do you want to practice with altered states and meditation?
Then this weekend is for you! This weekend Judith Pennington – founder of the Institute for the Awakened Mind – will join us and share her latest research findings (done at the Monroe Institute) and expertise on these subjects. Judith is the last assistant of the famous Anna Wise; visionary, Bodhisattva, Master, dancer, composer, writer, mother, and friend to thousands of former students and teachers around the world – Anna Wise was one of the most influential practitioners of instrument-assisted meditation in the world. Anna shared her discoveries and theories in her two books – The High Performance Mind and Awakening the Mind.
This weekend we will share with you some of the knowledge that has been gathered for over 50 years regarding consciousness development and growing to higher states of consciousness. Also, Judith will share the stories of her experience with Anna Wise.
Of course, we will practice, meditate and experiment as well. Lectures, meditations, and workshops will be part of the weekend. Join us on this unique weekend!
Course: Friday 16.30 - Sunday 16.00
- An initial deposit of 100 euros is needed to secure your place. After filling in the subscription form you will receive payment details.
- All prices are excluding tourist tax (€2,75 per day). This needs to be paid at Ehzerwold Estate reception at arrival depending on the number nights.
- Drinks at the bar are for your own account. There will be an unlimited supply of fresh water, coffee, and tea in the teaching room.