2 July 2020  07.00 pm – 08.30 pm (EEST – Estonian time)

There are moments in life where we pause to look back – review what has remained unattainable, what is important i.e. what we value above all else, and what is ultimately worth striving for.

Looking back, we can identify three main needs that have directed most of our activities.
What are they?
First, have you noticed that already from an early age, you have been craving to be happy? Second, have you noticed that this has been followed by the need to be somebody? And finally, have you noticed that you are trying to have control to keep it all together?
These three needs have become so inherent to us that we no longer notice to have them as we go about our daily lives. These needs make us strive faster, farther and higher, hoping to achieve satisfaction and the life of our dreams, without realizing that we are pursuing something that can never be attained by catering to these three needs.
Why is it like that?
For example, if on one day you eventually get the job or position you desired, how do you feel? Does the desire to be somebody disappear? Or the next goal appears with a new job/position to covet?
Why do we have such aspirations? Why do we pursue something that immediately creates a new aspiration? Do we always have to achieve something in order to be happy? Will our aspirations ultimately lead us to attain the goal? Or is all this one insidious trap where we end up losing ourselves? Is it an effort to find some stability and hope for a better life? The urge to be happy or the need to be somebody remains to be accompanied by a constant desire to have control.
In this conversation, Ingvar explores these three needs in detail – the needs that are so common to all of us, permeating our lives in every possible way.

ABOUT the Lecturer

Creator of the Art of Conscious Change course series, founder of Human LLC, teacher of kriya yoga, member of the council and founder of the kriya yoga center Lilleoru. He has developed and taught the application of consciousness since 1992, having as a result of this work, updated the ancient knowledge of kriya yoga to a level that is understandable and practically applicable to all modern people. His lectures and courses have been attended by a total of more than 15,000 people from Estonia and abroad, including representatives of various fields, from students to entrepreneurs and top managers.



20.00 €

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