“… and then you meet it. Like a slipping into a hot bath… like a tender touch softly landing on your hands… a profound breath of freedom.
Waiting in the gaps between the words. The Present Moment.”
Imagine yourself waking up in one of these first spring mornings. The nature is gently inviting you to join the miracle of a new day, a new life. The Sun is rising and you’re slowly walking through the morning forest… The leaves of the trees colored by fresh green...read more
The interview about energy vampires, how to survive and stay true to yourself in such "company" and how the Enlightenment Intensive process can help you with that. With Peter Harper from The Drunken Monk and Mia Jafari from Yogipreneurs. Enjoy the reading!...read more
Meditation helps to step away from the situation, to centre our Self and relax. However, we still need to be able to deal with the situation! That's why I am using The Practice of Presence. It is about being aware of Who am I?, what is my authentic Self, my truth in...read more
In these days people are learning to be their own gurus or guides by acknowledging what is the Truth for them. Peter Harper, the founder of The Drunken Monk, describes the core of his approach. What is your own Truth and Essence? And who is the Real You without social...read more
It's not a fancy philosophy, a religion or some special concept... it's something we all do naturally. We just do not pay any attention to it! Peter Harper, the founder of The Drunken Monk, describes the core of his approach to self awareness. Enjoy the watching!...read more
Interview: Can we use self-realisation techniques to navigate the temperaments of others and live with authenticity?
In this part 2 of our interview with Enlightenment Intensive facilitator Peter Harper and Mia Jafari from Yogipreneurs.co we continue our focus on the difference between resignation and surrender, listening with an open heart and how we can attract the kind of energy...read more
I have found many rewards in having support in my practice. A nice space, sitting with others who are joining the silence or even just a space at home that is set up with a cushion, candles and some incense. But it doesn’t always work to have a schedule. Why is that?...read more
There’s a thick blanket of snow all around and I’m feeling a quiet melancholy. It’s a soft stillness that often comes after an intensive period of working in the studio and in Mandali with two groups in a row. ‘Holding the Space’ they call it … I call it ‘Holding it...read more
The first part of an interview with The Drunken Monk by Mia Jafari from Yogipreneurs about Enlightenment Intensive, self-realisation and business... and how does it all work together. Thank you, Mia and Peter! 2018 was coming to its end. It was a year to celebrate. It...read more
I love winter, the crisp cold of the outside and, after a busy day, the quiet joy of being warm and cosy inside. Even nature rests in a deep hibernation waiting for the spring. So after a productive summer we are celebrating the stillness of this season by publishing...read more