Once students have finished the Introductory Course, they are invited into the Meditation Course. The format is the same as the Introductory Course, a lecture and a meditation, however, more emphasis is placed on the meditation. In the Meditation Course, we are looking to silence the mind in order to provide a space so the consciousness can enter and awaken.

Once again, the class is built on starting with the basics of meditation such as relaxation, pranayama, internalization and the practical application of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and progressing to more esoteric teachings such as the greater reality of the Being, the chakras, the death of the ego and the development of imagination, inspiration and intuition.

The Topics of the Meditation Course include:

1. Relaxation
2. Rhythmic Breathing
3. Breathing Exercises
4. The Science of Meditation
5. Recommendations for Internalization, Concentration and Meditation
5a. Importance of an Ethical Base
5b. Self-knowledge of the Being
5c. Concentration and Silence
5d. Becoming Conscious of What we Already Know
5e. Concentration
5f. Resistance as a Secret Weapon of the Ego
5g. Superlative Analysis of the ‘I”
5h. An Arduous Task for the Beginner
6. The Eternal Feminine
7. Egyptian Christic Pranayama
8. Concentration and Meditation
a. The First Thing the Student must Acquire in the Spiritual Path
b. Concentration of the Mind on a Single Point
c. Visualization
d. Recitation of Mantras or Intonation of Mystical Words
e. Self-Observation during Meditation
f. Means of Concentration of the Mind in Good Will or in Pious Thoughts
g. Identification of the Essence of the Mind
h. Comprehension and Self-Revelation in Meditation
i. The Koan in the Meditation

9. The Kundalini and the Seven Chakras
9a. The Kundalini
9b. The Muladhara Chakra
9c. The Svadhisthana Chakra
9d. The Manipura Chakra
9e. The Anahata Chakra
9f. The Vishuddha Chakra
9g. The Ajna Chakra
9h. The Sahasrara Chakra
10. The Heart Centre
11. The Chinese Master Wu Wen
12. Om Mani Padme Hum
13. The Heart Sutra
14. The Venerable Masters of Medicine
15. The Elementals of the Body
16. The Lord’s Prayer
17. Imagination
18. The Esoteric Discipline of the Mind
19. Dream Yoga
20. Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition
21a. The Concrete Didactic for the Dissolution of the I
21b. Intimate Psychoanalysis
22. The Ten Rules of Meditation


If you are interested in attending class or want to know more about Gnosis, meditation,

awakening or the Path, we are happy to start a conversation.