20 January 2022 07.00 pm – 08.30 pm (EEST – Estonian time)
The arrival of the new year is an interesting time. It is as if one cycle ends and another begins. A cycle created by humans, but significant nevertheless. So long as we are alive, one can always start again and do better, isn’t it so? The new year is a good time to look within. If you look at the past, analyze what was, and learn from it, that would be good. But if you notice only mistakes and failures, start looking for a culprit, then you risk getting stuck in your past. You can also get stuck in the future… after all, expectations are already in the air. Do you expect something from the future? What do you expect from the new year? Do you believe that things will change on their own? What is the change that you want? Do you have dreams or goals? Are they realistic, measurable and achievable? Have you already shared those New Year’s resolutions? What are your expectations of yourself? What do you expect from others? What is possible for you? Does life bring you enough inspiration?
In this conversation, Ingvar opens a deeper truth about expectations and the pathway to change.
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.
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