In Meditation and Chanting – Fall 2018 course, students will explore vedic stories and discuss their historical context, while connecting their significance to modern applications. Students will root more deeply into their meditation practices through this course, offering them more stability as a student practitioner. Students will also learn various chants, and embody them during this course, while magnifying their healing affects in this group setting. This course is also an opportunity for students to connect with one another as they deepen in their individual and collective practices.
Note: If a student is enrolled in the Ayurvedic Practitioner or Advanced Ayurvedic Practitioner Program, the tuition fee for this class is included.
Dates: Class is starting Saturday August 17, 2019, through Saturday Dec 7, 2019, 11:00 am- 1:30 pm MT.
Please check the calendar for details dates: https://ayurvedsadhana.com/events
- Sat, Aug 17, 11:00 am – 1:30 pm MT
- Sat, Sep 7, 11:00 am – 1:30 pm MT
- Sat, Oct 5, 11:00 am – 1:30 pm MT
- Sat, Nov 2, 11:00 am – 1:30 pm MT
Assignments: Create a 10-minute routine, inspired by our practices in class, to perform daily. Your routine must include: writing out the mantra of your choice, 3 times, 7 days a week. Other suggestions are: pranayama of your choice, meditation of your choice, chanting a mantra of your choice.
Students must submit their mantra writing log for the semester as well as a quick daily write up in your Spiritual Journal of what their daily routine consisted of. Please note if your routine shifted or changed throughout the semester.
Assignments Due: Sunday, Dec 15, 2019, journals must be submitted in each student’s individual homework folders.
Instructor: Susan Gordon
Class Format: All local students must be present for this course, all distance students may attend live online; class will be held in Superior, Colorado near Boulder
Credits: 1 Credit (5 Sessions per Semester / Each Session is 3 hours)