Join Harry live, every Tuesday starting January 12th
Up to 9 participants
An intimate group to create a safe place
75 to 90 min sessions
Tune in via Zoom, from 19:00 to 20:15 CET every Tuesday
Spiritual practice is designed to uncover our true nature. Psychological work focuses on creating order in interpersonal relationships and releasing the trauma and stress we may carry in our body and mind. These sessions will unite the spiritual and psychological approaches. This will unlock your inherent potential for growth and healing and help you overcome obstacles on the path of self-discovery.
Who is this for?
This group is for anyone who is interested in Self-inquiry and non-duality, and who desires to deepen their practice and overcome obstacles on the path of self-discovery.
19:00-20:15 CET every Tuesday for 6 weeks, starting January 12th 2021
How does it work?
The coaching takes place in small groups of up to 9 people who will meet online once a week for 6 sessions. Each session Harry will introduce a different topic and key ideas around it leading to a discussion. Time will be available for each participant to interact, ask questions and share experiences if they wish.
The focus of each class is subject to change depending on the needs and focus of the group.
- Session 1- So what IS Enlightenment?
- Session 2- The Self - The best kept secret
- Session 3- Know yourself
- Session 4- Say yes to the mess: Emotional healing and overcoming stress
- Session 5- Mind management - Some tools from the Rishis
- Session 6- Surrender to the Power that knows the way
Depending on the topic, there may be practical assignments for you to work on in between sessions.
Meet your Teacher : Harry Dijkshoorn
Harry is a meditation teacher, trauma therapist and guides people on the path to Self-knowledge. His work is informed by four decades of dedicated therapeutic and spiritual practice, including Western psychotherapy, meditation and the traditional teachings from India.
Harry's work as a trauma therapist is based on a fusion of Western psychotherapy (Somatic Experiencing, a body-centered approach to resolving traumatic stress) and India's non-dual ways of liberation (Buddhism and Advaita Vedanta, and non-dualism).
His main aim is to: "help uncover the inner sense of natural ease and inner strength that every human being is endowed with and to help (re)find your wholeness as a human conscious being."